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How AI gives merchants super powers

How AI gives merchants super powers

When it comes to merchandise planning, the current volume of decisions is enormous. Consider that a retailer with 10 price zones, 10 ad zones, 50 stores, and 50,000 products is approximately 3 million per week (1,000 promo items at 10 ad zones plus 50,000 prices at 10...

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The Future of AI In Retail Is Already Here

The Future of AI In Retail Is Already Here

The most important thing to bear in mind here is that real AI changes are invisible. The real core of retail business – intelligent planning and operating systems – is not publicly discussed by the big companies as that is the secret sauce to competitive advantage....

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Gartner Features 9 Cool Vendors Serving Retail

Gartner Features 9 Cool Vendors Serving Retail

Use cases for artificial intelligence reach further into retail business processes and resulting customer experience than just providing chatbots. CIOs can use this research to find new and innovative vendors supplying AI solutions that support a variety of retail...

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