how can retailers bring the I, into ai?
Retailers need to up their productivity and compete harder than ever before.
In our recent BRC survey, retailers cited technology as the key area they are investing in, in response to market pressures. We’re also hearing that it almost has to have AI in the title, to really pique the interest of Boards.
But what is AI? And what are we really talking about when we refer to AI in retail?
Our Head of Insight and Analytics, Rachel Lund, talks to Andrew Fowkes, Head of Retail Centre of Excellence at SAS UK & Ireland, the AI experts.
Andrew explains how retailers can bring the intelligence into AI, looking at how retailers are already using and benefiting from AI technology. He also offers advice for retailers taking the first step, and where retailers can invest to get the best results and add real value to their business.
ASK THE EXPERTS DIRECT
We’re holding a member roundtable and dinner with SAS on Tuesday 12 March. If you’d like to chat direct with Andrew and others about how you can maximise the opportunities offered by AI, book your place online.
Please do note places are limited and are allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Listen to the podcast below:
For more information contact:
Andrew Fowkes // Head of Retail Centre of Excellence // SAS UK & Ireland
Powering the customer journey through AI | 12 MAR 19, London
Retailers are already using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to innovate, grow and improve their bottom line. But understanding which AI technologies will add most value to your business - and your customers - can be a challenge.
In our upcoming roundtable, alongside experts in the field from SAS, we'll explore the benefits and practicalities of incorporating AI into the retail experience.
Gain insights and practical advice on what new technologies are available, how they can be used, and which will benefit your business.
The roundtable discussion will be followed by a 3-course meal, providing a unique opportunity to network with industry colleagues and partners.