Posts Tagged ‘physical store’

October 25, 2018

Singularu bet on retail: 90 openings scheduled for 2020

Singularu, the valencian brand of jewelry manufacturer, decides to invert in physical retail: the goal is to reach 90 stores in 2020.
This brand, born as an e-commerce in 2014, thanks to Cristina Aristoy y Paco Tormo, is now able to sell around 15,000 jewels a month…

September 25, 2018

Interview with Christophe Ferlat, general manager of the MODIS group

This month, we interview Christophe Ferlat, general manager of the Modis group, a technology consulting firm in the ICT, Engineering and Life Sciences area. He explains us about Espace Emeraude, about his role within the company and about the technologies that are changing the retail paradigm all over the world…

August 28, 2018

Is it enough to install tech in the store?

Retail Intelligence technologies are able to analyse the KPIs of your physical store exactly as an analytics program would do for your online store. But, to obtain a valid and really useful analysis, it is essential to have quality data and to analyse them with criteria…

July 24, 2018

Data analysis is the key to success

Not long ago, to collect data on customer behavior, stores started loyalty programs, and consequently adapted their marketing campaigns and strategies. Since then, the retail industry has made great progress, realizing the value of Retail Intelligence technologies…

July 5, 2018

Technology helps you understand in-store customer behavior

Nowadays, every retailer concentrates its efforts and reverses its capital to better understand who their customers are and what they want.
The use of business metrics and KPI (Key Performance Indicator) often influences decisions on which channels, investments, initiatives and strategies to choose and why…

March 15, 2018

Do you know what Location Intelligence is?

Today, about 80% of Americans buy online, compared to 46% in 2000. Based on these growing numbers, it is easy to assume that retailing is becoming old and rust. But this is not entirely true, indeed: in 2017, 42% of big retailers increased the number of classic shops, while only 15% reported a net decline…