AR provides a bridge between the in-store and online customer experience. It also enhances brand awareness, something retailers like Kohl's hope to leverage as …
How real-time analytics and IoT applications are used in retail industries.
Real-time retail requires a development environment that uses low code techniques and a platform that can easily connect to many data
B2B augmented reality (AR) applications for logistics, maintenance, and more can provide new ways to present information to workers.
Continuous intelligence holds promise in use cases in varied industry sectors and horizontally across the departments of many
Tying data to locations can help retailers meet granular local data privacy regulations and reduce global latencies to meet customer performance
In addition to better serving customers and helping integrate systems, a cloud-native application architecture lets retailers adopt new business models.
As things return to normal, IoT strategies could give physical stores a boost, allowing retailers to enhance the experience for their
Setting real-time standards for identity verification will only become more important as our digital world continues to expand and scammers become more …
Retailers moving to cloud need a database that addresses infrastructure performance and reliability issues, as well as connectivity to legacy systems.
Brick-and-mortar stores are turning to smart retails applications, where technology is used in the traditional retail space to entice customers