Incisiv hosted two Virtual Happy Hours with 18+ technology executives last week to discuss how they are adapting their marketing and sales strategies during a time no one wants to be sold or marketed to.
Incisiv's 1st annual Grocery Digital Benchmark Report explores the correlation between digital maturity and financial performance. It also helps grocers identify key digital capabilities that help them succeed.
There is a divide between technology and line of business (LOB) teams due to competing priorities. But the traditionally defined lines between technology and Line of Business (LOB) leaders have blurred.
With the growing influence of mobile technologies on the retail shopper journey and new operational complexities of the digital store, retailers are re-evaluating their misbeliefs about investment in associate mobile technology.
An annual reference guide for the retail transformation pragmatist. The guide is based on insights from 6500 US shoppers, 1000+ senior business & technology decision makers and 300+ innovative retail enterprises.
Findings and analysis from the survey of small to mid-market (SMB) Industrial Machinery & Heavy Equipment (IMHE) executives who are involved in the product lifecycle management in organizations in the US, UK and Germany.
New product development is critical in today's environment, yet failure rates remain way too high. Digital Twin technology holds promise to lower costs, boost profitability and enhance product success rates.
Findings and analysis from the survey of small to mid-market (SMB) Consumer Products and Retail executives who are involved in the product lifecycle management in organizations in the US, UK and Germany.
Customer experience is intricately linked to, reliant on and powered by retailers’ frontline associates. Why, then, do retailers struggle to empower them with the right tools, training and incentives?
As small and mid-size restaurants face new competitors, strive harder to please customers, and strengthen digital operations, they must utilize focused insights to improve business performance.
As retailers struggle with excess capacity, too much product, and a need to enhance the customer experience, it’s time to experiment with new (and old) ways of doing things. The marketplace model just may be that way.
Retailers clearly associate an excellent employee experience with the ability to deliver a great customer experience. Why, then, do only 1 in 10 adequately enable their frontline workforce with tools and training?