Despite 2020 being the worst ever year for retail sales growth due to the Covid-19 pandemic, there’s optimism that the roll out of the vaccine and a lifting of restrictions will lead to British high streets reopening.
It’s well documented that 2020 has changed the retail landscape. Businesses have had to adapt the fundamental ways they work. And, with physical processes and in-store customer experiences under threat, this means relying more than ever on digital technologies. In
Customer shopping behaviour is driving the digital transformation of businesses, and retailers who are adopting a digital-first approach address changing customer needs better than those who don’t.
Forward thinking grocery retailers are adopting a data-centric approach to managing their businesses in turbulent economic times. That is according to a new white paper commissioned by retail data specialists rascal systems, who are launching a Master Data Management platform,