Armin Roeseler, CIO, Swanson Health Products
Jason Richelson, Founder and CSO, ShopKeep
Onyeka Nchege, CIO, Interstate Batteries
Dave Nickens, Mobile Director, Build.com
Randy Gross, CIO, CompTIA
The retail sector has experienced many changes throughout its history. Over the past 10-15 years the impact of disruptive technologies has been especially pronounced.
David Thompson, EVP, Global Operations and Technology, CTO & CIO, Western Union
There are a few core trends that I see resonating across the industry; all have to do with providing ease and convenience for the customer and the capability to move money in minutes.
Eric Redmond, Global Director, Technology Innovation, Nike
AI can better support troops by improving training systems and creating novel curricula for war games.
Vish Ganapathy, VP, Partner, IBM Industry Academy Member for Consumer Industries
Retailers are facing increased pressure from competitors abroad, traditional manufacturer brands going direct, and new business models from digitally native startups.
Julia Ricci, VP, Information Technology - Retail Shared Services & Solutions, Total Wine & More
Simple integration, continuous learning, low cost and accuracy of face detection and analysis would potentially make face recognition a commodity service for retail software applications.
Guy Amisano, CEO, Salient Management Company
Retailers should leverage POS data in combination with geographic data to determine the buying preferences of consumers in different areas.
Jeff Huckaby, Segment Director, Retail and Consumer Goods, Tableau Software [NASDAQ: DATA]
Business intelligence norms are evolving across the retail industry, and leading retailers are prioritizing analytics initiatives as a result.
Nick Fischer, Senior Vice President & CFO, Betteridge
When it comes to distilling large amounts of data into actionable insights, time is almost always the most binding constraint.
Matan Holander, VP Business Development
Business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce has evolved at multiple levels. Evidently, understanding the unique purchasing preferences of the modern day buyers have become increasingly critical to the long-term growth of B2B merchants.
Robin Copland, VP-Retail, Americas, ThoughtWorks
Expectations of digitally enabled consumers will continue to accelerate at a pace that few retailers are prepared to address.
Victor Elmann, Vice President, Vendor Management, Circuit City Corporation, Inc.
We believe that as more and more people discover just how easy and convenient it is to shop online, the industry will continue to steadily grow even as the pandemic ends.
David Jensen, Director of Ecommerce Engineering, Photobox
Technology has grown from an ignored support function to a position of leadership, setting an example for the rest of the business.
Susanna Zhu, Vice President, Head of U.S. Supply Chain Operations, The Hershey Company
Today, the shopper has many choices: home delivery, order online pick up in-store, a visit to the local market, subscription services and more.
Christine Schultz, CIO, Eddie Bauer
With the Deals Personalization tool in place, retailers will be able to engage the users of their branded apps in real-time.
Luis Sanz, Founder, Olapic
There is no question that data is a critical part of retail success. Each part of the customer journey needs to be tracked and measured.
Brett Thoreson, CEO & Co-Founder, CartStack
E-commerce is a growing industry, with more customers and retailers entering the market - driving advertising and bid prices up.