With the accelerating pace of technology, it’s not out of the realm of possibility that eventually orders will be filled and delivered in near real time.
When it comes to managing the resources and processes that make things run simple, traditional models and systems no longer apply.
To realize the benefits in business that we have seen as consumers, companies must change their approach just as drastically as consumers have. Here's how.
Customer centricity is built on the foundation of service, support, and enablement. Omnichannel customer engagement is a key tool to achieving this.
Image recognition can change marketing and how you think about your online privacy.
The omnicustomer of the future expects a seamless experience and flawless execution. Retailers who solve the supply chain challenge will be the victors.
As you go out “Trick or treating” this Hallow's Eve, just think of the global supply chains that bring the treats to your eager little witch or warlock.
Learn about q.Datum, a Berlin-based start-up, that developed a cross-industry data exchange platform connecting data providers to data consumers.
Take a look at how the native intelligence of social networks can help you discover new people and interests and filter the information you receive.
What do you do when your consumers demand a product that is outside your business’ expertise? You innovate with the help of a business network.