The Economist journalist, Alexandra Suich Bass, wrote an article on the fact that non-technology companies are starting to use Artificial Intelligence on a large scale !
Digital and physical commerce must no longer be the opposite of each other, but must now be gather in order to meet optimally the customers needs who are keen on new technological experiences.
Machine Learning Forecasting is attracting an essential role in several significant data initiatives today. Big retailers, Supply chain, and logistics experts are using Machine Learning Forecasting to aid improve customer engagement and produce more precise demand forecasts better than traditional forecasting techniques. They can also use Machine Learning Forecasting to expand into new sales channels, […]
The observations of Manuel Davy at the end of the 1st day of the NRF NIG Show. One thing is clear: as it does every year, one theme dominates very widely.
To define SaaS, we could describe it as a “turnkey” service model based on recurring billing. Subscribers pay a monthly fee based on usage and which of the solution functionalities they use.
Profits and gross margins are under pressure for fashion retailers. But could Artificial Intelligence hold the key to optimising markdowns and unlocking value in the supply chain?
Accurately anticipating the future is always more effective than going in without a place and experiencing loss. This is true in most cases, especially when it comes to supply chain or distribution. Products cannot be instantly teleported and in fact, there are extensive inventory costs and shortage penalizes sales.
In an environment of thick competition, the cultivation and the multiplication of distribution channels makes inventory management an increasingly crucial part of brand success
Vekia, a key player in Machine Mearning in the Supply Chain sector raises € 12m and speeds things up