What role does trust play in the relationship between consumers and retailers, and how is this being affected by digital transformation?
Innovation is a hot topic right now. Many organisations claim that they are already innovative, or that they’d like to be. Retail Reply has found that the reality is that innovation is either built into a company, or it’s something they struggle with.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force in May 2018.Are you getting close to compliance?
Retail Reply is hosting a forum on Automated Commerce in London on 22 February 2018. The event highlights some of the most pressing questions with regard to automation in commerce and provides an extensive view on the topic with expert speakers from various sectors.
Retail Reply's Capability Transformation practice helps retailers realise value from their transformation efforts sooner with a focus on business-led and customer-centric planning & delivery.
The retail industry has been constantly reshaped over recent years. Driven by a changing social and economic landscape, retailers have been forced to adapt and innovate to survive. Retail Reply helps you to succeed as a digital retailer by providing customer-centric solutions which create real value.
Competitive advantage and survivability in retail will depend on exceeding customer expectations, through gathering the right insights, intelligently applying automation and maximising the potential of your employees. Avvio Reply and Retail Reply support retail companies to leverage the opportunities offered by advanced technology to create compelling customer journeys while ensuring that the companies’ employees are integrated in the change process.
Retail Reply hosts the Second 2017 Roundtable on the topic of Automated commerce, all the tools and technologies that are revolutionising the retail sector.
Blockchain holds the potentials to positively disrupt your business, earn consumer trust and increase customer growth whilst reducing costs in the process. At Retail Reply, we have developed ten blockchain use-cases from a deep understanding of the technology together with consulting and solutions experience across many industry sectors.
From same-day delivery to dynamic pricing, retailers are evolving to compete with both the fluidity of e-tail and the demands of consumers’ lifestyles, whilst simultaneously playing to the unique strengths of the physical store.
What role does the bricks-and-mortar shop still play, in a retail sector seemingly enslaved to expectant, impatient consumers who can buy any product online and have it delivered to their doorstep within a couple of days? Jason Stanard, Partner at
Retail Reply, explains that the overwhelming majority of shopping experiences include at least one digital element – the phone. Even if a retailer doesn’t have a digital screen in-store, it’s still part of an
omnichannel shopping experience.
What role does
trust play in the relationship between consumers and retailers? And how has this been affected by
Reply, which specialises in the design and implementations of solutions based on new communication channels and digital media, has conducted a research to understand the impact of trust on
brand loyalty in this digital age.
Open your company for ecosystems thinking. Be flexible with delivering value to the customer. Think about partnerships as new ways of generating revenue and optimizing customer experience. Innovate collaboratively with your customers and partners to ultimately improve the customer experience.
How will retail evolve over 2016? Jason Stanard, Partner at
Retail Reply, speaks about the
future of Retail. To engage customers, it’s critical for retailers to think first about the
conversation, not the channels. Customers expect to recognise them and their history regardless of the touchpoint used.
Retail is in the top five most frequently targeted industries when it comes to cyber-attacks. Daren Ward, Partner at Retail Reply, examines top information security threats faced by the retail sector and the trends resulting from them.
With the recent growth of Big Data, it is vital for retailers to consider their ‘total data’ and understand the touchpoints, not only the collection of data but also how and where intelligence needs to be delivered in order to solve critical business problems. Daren Ward, Partner at Retail Reply, discusses how recognising the feedback loops and creating a capability-based plan are the keys to maximising the benefits of Big Data.