The need for speed - how Target is meeting the 'same-day' expectations of omni-channel retail customers
Target's Drive Up service is one of a number of services built around the consumer push for same-day fulfillment.
Enterprise hits and misses - PaaS gets a buyer beware warning, VMware gets a crush on Kubernetes, and retail gets store love
This week - retail gets its store love back thanks to Gen Z, but now we have Clothing as a Service (CaaS). VMware puts on a pivotal event, and buyers get a warning on PaaS appeal. Your whiffs include headlines we didn't need, and Walmart's charmless robot army.
The Japanese sportswear brand is looking to analytics to get full value from its Runkeeper purchase, by selling physical products to digitally enabled customers.
Business rewards provider Tango Card has been automating finance and other back-office processes to speed results and improve customer experience
Detaching search from the physical world - why a deal with Campbell's matters so much to Yext CEO Howard Lerman
A first signing with a CPG firm with no physical location marks a new phase for Yext's expansion.
Gen Z may be digitally-native and always connected, but that doesn't mean they don't want to browse the store floor.
Calling BS on "content experiences" and "contexual experience" paid off. A fun debate was joined, and the conversation advanced. Here's what I think B2B content marketers can apply from these discussions.
A new research paper from Georgia Tech takes a surprising position on algorithmic bias in hiring. Their view: we can reduce screening bias if algorithms take the impacted demographic groups into account. Here's my critique.
The It Gets Better Project has reached an audience of LGBTQ+ youth with its video platform and outreach. But the work ahead of them isn't possible without global collaboration. After other tools failed, they turned to Workplace.