Retailer Breakfast Session
“The connected retail store of the future, the data it can deliver and how to harness this for increased business intelligence” on Thursday 2nd March 2016 at Fortnum & Mason, Piccadilly, London
What are the technologies that will help deliver a ‘connected’ store and add value towards the customer experience?
How can business intelligence help drive better in store conversion rates?
Ricoh are hosting a retail focused breakfast session to discuss how retailers can harness their data to gain valuable Business Intelligence to drive productivity, improve in-store conversion and increase revenue.
Who should attend?
This session is suitable for those tasked with delivering IT and/or innovation within retail. Also, anyone who is looking to better utilise data from across their retail stores to drive more informed decision making will find this session useful.
Why should I attend?
We’ve helped our customers’ achieve significant business improvements and efficiencies by capitalising on insight. Such as a leading UK Retailer who increased wallet share of a £1bn business by 5% through improved stock optimisation thanks to clear view of sales across European clothing.
‘Connected’ store technologies that help to deliver an exceptional customer experience
Building customer loyalty is first and foremost about the brand experience – across all channels. This session will look into how the right tools can help personalise the experience, you’ll keep your customers coming back.
You’ll hear from retail specialists from HP, Kaspersky, NetApp and Ricoh and learn about the emerging technologies, which will allow your stores to be better ‘connected’ and improve the customer experience.
CarpetRight cut their IT costs by 50%, improved store productivity and deployed mobile technology to drive smarter working
We will take a look at how CarpetRight has transformed the level of user productivity and store up-time over the past 3 years. The strategic partnership with Ricoh has allowed their IT team to focus on more improvements in strategic IT services such as innovative, mobile technologies to drive smarter working.
The obstacles and challenges across 2017
The retailer panel will discuss the burning questions across the key challenges of IT within retail.
- The role of the IT team to drive change and create opportunity
- How to free up your IT people to focus on strategic goals
- How to avoid constant firefighting and deliver exceptional levels of service
Register now, don't miss out!
Register now and get your free ticket. We're looking forward to welcome you.