This will allow organizations to optimise supply chain efficiencies, improve employee performance, cut waste and better manage compliance requirements. This will also help predict customer behaviour and create a great experience for consumers, including in physical locations such as stores, according to a press release.
BT in-store visibility will be the first solution developed by the Acuitas Digital Alliance and addresses the needs of retailers who want to bring their physical stores up to the same level of ease and quality of experience for customers and staff as their online outlets. This also allows them to ensure consistency across all their sales channels. Existing IT solutions simply do not deliver the comprehensive real-time functionality, data and insights needed for that type of 'digital' in-store experience. It's one of the fundamental problems that the Acuitas Digital Alliance is focused on resolving. (GK)
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