Alexandra Hourani, NA Digital GMM Director, Converse
Dave Nickens, Mobile Director, Build.com
Gareth Bridges, Director, Digital Business, Equinix Asia-Pacific
Eric Redmond, Global Director, Technology Innovation, Nike
Benoit Montreuil, Professor in ISYE School, Coca- Cola Chair in Material Handling and Distribution
Simulation assists organizations in assessing the state, performance, anomalies, opportunities and risks of current and proposed supply chains and logistic systems.
Jean-Francois Bessiron, VP Goods International, Groupon
Companies seem to be good at collecting data on customers but have not quite tackled how to operationalise that data and use it for the benefit of the customers
Paul Scorza, CIO & EVP-IT, an Ahold Delhaize Company [Euronext: AD] [OTCQX: ADRNY] And Malcolm D'Souza, Sr. Director, IT-Transformation Retail Business Services, an Ahold Delhaize Company [Euronext: AD] [OTCQX: ADRNY]
From digital signage to customer facing devices, to internet cafés, the use and reliance on technology has grown exponentially.
Greg Klingaman, Global Head of Retail & Strategic Partnerships, Diageo
A brand is only as good as its reputation, but risk aversion for fear of the unknown shouldn’t foster a more conservative and incremental approach to retail technology deployment
David Grant, Vice President, PLM, Design and Supply Chain Systems, Fast Retailing [TYO: 9983]
It’s no secret that the apparel manufacturing industry has a history of slow adoption rate of new technology.
Advait Kulkarni, IT Director, Cetera Financial Group
By 2020, it is estimated that the value of e-commerce sales will have topped $4 Trillion.
Romain Liot, COO, Adore Me
Adore Me was established in 2012 and sells inclusive, affordable, fast-fashion intimates online. End of 2017.
Armin Roeseler, CIO, Swanson Health Products
Requirements regarding site performance, reliability, scalability, and flexibility, etc., provide new challenges for IT organizations.
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.
Terre Wellington, Senior Vice President of Store Operations, Lamp Plus
For its ability to strengthen brand loyalty and offer a real human connection, texting is sure to be an important component in the future of brick-and-mortar customer service.
Rohan Penman, Global Head of Technology, T2 Tea
Often solutions are not customer facing, but should aim to provide a seamless experience to ultimately benefit both the efficiency of the business and ultimately the customer.
Amit Mangwani, Director of Retail Marketing, Intel Corporation
The increase in online sales generated by traditional companies is a key contributor to the growth of sales in e-commerce.
Chris Brook-Carter, Managing Director of RWRC (Ascential)
A foot race is on for retailers and brands to join up the dots around their data as they seek to control an understanding of their customers.
Douglas Duncan, CIO, Columbia Insurance Group
If there is one thing that has been a core function of IT shops large and small over the years, it is the delivery of service.
Edward Park, SVP, Head of Retail, Digital, Allocations, Wholesale Operations (North America), GUESS? Inc.
The challenge facing retail today is transforming stores to connect that invaluable hub of experience.
Dr. Mark Chrystal, Chief Analytics Officer at rue21 & Co-Founder, MachineCore, Inc.
AI is going to grow up rapidly; Moore’s law may apply for a while, but its development will almost certainly outpace anything we have seen before.