Tag: Amazon

names18_carlosruizloreal_web

L’Oreal: The Beauty of Flexible Manufacturing

via automationworld.com The Beauty of Flexible Manufacturing Dealing with about 1,300 product launches every year to cater to ever-changing consumer demands, L’Oréal has embraced digital technologies not only to discover what the consumer wants but also to react to those needs on the factory floor. By Aaron Hand Mass customization is a phrase that we’re…

Read More
ai-retail-feature-image-04.03.18-1224x256

Retail’s Adapt-Or-Die Moment: How Artificial Intelligence Is Reshaping Commerce- CB Insights

via Retail’s Adapt-Or-Die Moment: How Artificial Intelligence Is Reshaping Commerce Traditional and new-school retailers alike are using AI and robotics to automate various parts of the retail chain, from manufacturing to last-mile delivery. Retail is under pressure to crack the AI code. After all, corporations in every industry are scrambling to adapt and integrate artificial…

Read More
1/26/2017 — Seattle, Washington, USA

Caffe Umbria, Ballard, Seattle, Washington

Concur

Photograph by Stuart Isett/Concur.

Artificial Intelligence: What’s Now And Next In IoT-Driven Supply Chain Innovation- DigitalistMag

via Artificial Intelligence: What’s Now And Next In IoT-Driven Supply Chain Innovation by Marcell Vollmer As with most people, coffee is one of the most important rituals in my morning routine. There’s something about the aroma and taste that kick-starts my ability to have a great day. So imagine my surprise when a favorite coffee…

Read More
The-midsoles-are-available-for-an-additional-price-in-Eccos-Flexure-range-of-shoes.-Photo-via-Ecco.

ECCO emerges as a new contender in the trend for 3D printed sneakers- 3D Printing Industry

via ECCO emerges as a new contender in the trend for 3D printed sneakers by Eric Lai With consumers increasingly turning to online shopping to meet their clothing and fashion needs, retailers are looking for new ways to draw customers back into their brick-and-mortar stores. Innovation Lab ECCO (ILE) and their Quant-U shoe is the latest…

Read More
VR-retail

Fashion That Fits- ApparelNews

via Fashion That Fits by Jerry Inman Fashion has a fit problem, and it’s a $62 billion–plus apparel- and footwear-return problem annually and growing, according to the Franklin, Tenn.–based global research and advisory IHL Group. A staggering 70 percent of all returned apparel online is fit related. As an industry, let’s be honest—“universal sizing” does…

Read More
Innovare i negozi fisici: dagli store a tempo a quelli esperienziali, ecco come cambia il retail

Innovare i negozi fisici: dagli store a tempo a quelli esperienziali, ecco come cambia il retail- EconomyUp

via CASE STUDY di Valentina Pontiggia Innovare i negozi fisici: dagli store a tempo a quelli esperienziali, ecco come cambia il retail I retailer di tutto il mondo stanno sperimentando proposte innovative per fronteggiare le incertezze della distribuzione fisica: Hugo Boss ha lanciato a Berlino uno showroom digitale, Woolrich ha aperto a Milano una “stanza…

Read More
e-commerce_small-1000x450

7 ways to use machine learning in E-commerce- DataToBiz

via DataToBiz Connecting Business to Data 7 ways to use machine learning in E-commerce by Parindsheel Dhillon Machine learning is one of most searched keyword on any search engine at this point of time. The reason is quite clear; the benefits of utilising it in any industry is beyond imagination. Machine learning is making computers…

Read More
all-end-card_mmr

Under Armour debuts connected running shoes – Retail DIVE

via retaildive.com Under Armour debuts connected running shoes Dive Brief: For the second straight year, Under Armour used the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to showcase new models of connected footwear, this time around unveiling two shoes from its HOVR series, equipped with Bluetooth connectivity and the capability to track and store training session…

Read More
images

7 trends that will disrupt and define retail in 2018 – RetailDIVE

via retaildive.com   7 trends that will disrupt and define retail in 2018 From renewed investment in brick and mortar to a growing appetite for acquisitions, here’s what to expect in the year ahead. It’s been a tumultuous time for retail, and 2017 has set records — a lot of them to the negative with…

Read More