Data and AI in Retail: How can you revolutionise your store performance?


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The sense of urgency to transform the role of the physical store has been intensified with demands to deal with heavy cost headwinds (on top of heavy fixed costs), fierce competition, as well as liquid expectations and unprecedented choice in the hands of consumers.

By 2020, at least 75% of retail executives are expected to make moderate to intensive investments on AI to address some of those challenges for the store and beyond. However, the roadmap to success seems to be unclear and elusive for many.

Microsoft are hosting a Breakfast Briefing on 27 June at Mandarin Oriental London that will unite leaders from the UK retail industry to discuss how data and AI can be adopted to enhance store performance. This expands from shelf optimisation, to differentiating the customer experience within the store and other channels.

Retail leaders will be given a unique opportunity to join forces with like-minded individuals to delve into the challenges and opportunities provided by data and AI and the lessons learnt from the pioneers who have already adopted innovative tech.

This session aims to arm you with the tools to move your organisation forward in this digital era and not get left behind.

Register for your free pass to learn the following and more:

  • Key trends influencing the nature of competition for retailers in the age of Amazon
  • How is retail approaching Data and AI, which investments are tangibly impacting store performance?
  • Challenges and opportunities which retailers are confronted with when looking at the adoption of AI within the store and beyond

Event Information

Microsoft VIP Breakfast Briefing – Savvy approaches to compete with Data and AI in the age of Amazon
27 June 2018 | 8.45 – 10.30
Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park | London

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