Retailers Beware, Fraudulent Account Creation with Virtual Phone Numbers

In the last couple of decades, the retail industry has seen dramatic changes, both on the business and on the consumer side. Perhaps the most notable one is buyers’ ever-increasing shift from physical “brick-and-mortar” retailers to online e-commerce platforms. Unfortunately, this has also been accompanied by more and more fraudulent activities, which in turn required for more digital checks and balances.


What is Power BI for Retail Industry?

Power BI (Business Intelligence) is a business analytics platform/service provided by Microsoft. This service aims to provide interactive visualizations and business intelligence, enabling the end-user to create individualized reports and dashboards independently. Especially for retail businesses, Power BI helps them meet the dynamic customer demands in advance with actionable insights. Microsoft Power BI service is based on cloud service, which also offers a desktop-based interface.


Retailers must leverage data to survive this pandemic

Jamie Kiser, COO and CCO at Talend, explains why retailers, striving to ensure they’re not missing out on future opportunities, must leverage one thing: data. By utilizing customer intelligence and better data management, retailers can collect supply chain data in real-time, make better orders to suppliers based on customer intelligence. While major industries from tech to the public sector felt COVID’s pain points, not many felt them as acutely as retail.


How social advocacy is shaping retail consumer trends

The world is changing and so is the way we shop. A few years ago, consumers made it clear that it’s no longer just about which tee is the softest. They wanted to know if the tee was made in a sustainable way, without using forced or underpaid labor. Now, coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic and social uprisings of 2020, shoppers also want—and expect—brands to speak up for social justice.

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Maximizing the Value of Testing in Retail and e-Commerce

Spending via smartphones is going up. According to Forbes, smartphones accounted for 46.5% of all holiday sales on Thanksgiving Day 2020, and 40% of sales on Black Friday. This means close to half of all purchases were made not only online, but on a smartphone—which makes the mobile shopping experience all the more critical. Customers expect their transactions and experiences to go off without a hitch. And if that doesn’t happen?


Predictive Analytics Use Cases In The Retail Industry

In an expanded and commercial industry space new and innovative opportunities are presented to retail organizations from several novel sources of data, log files, and from transaction information to sensor data to achieve unmatched value and combative advantage in their respective fields. In order to attain customer satisfaction and to flourish their business, people across the organization must be empowered, so that swift and accurate decisions can be attained.


How Mixed Reality Transform Retail Store Experience?

Digital transformation is driving industries to evolve to new dimensions. Mixed reality is one of the key components in the digital reality trends that business sectors a rapidly capitalizing into. It is reshaping almost every conventional way that retailers do business. Many industrial trajectories are responding immediately to give more experiential customer experience with reality technologies such as Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Mixed Reality.