Retail at the Speed of Cassandra

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James Colvin, Data Architect at DataStax

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The retail world is at a critical inflection point. Customers have come to expect a frictionless and seamless experience across all channels – bricks and mortar, web, mobile – and the amount of data retailers must manage has exploded. Smart retailers are modernizing their data [management] infrastructure to glean new AI- and ML-driven insights into customer behavior, supply chain performance, and operational efficiency. In this webinar, you’ll learn how your retail organization can harness enterprise and external data to give customers what they want, when, and how they want it to grow revenue and profitability. Our experts will show you how to: -- Maximize your data. Move your data out of siloed, legacy systems into a data platform that efficiently pools massive volumes of data from inside and outside your company to gain insights that simply weren’t possible before. Link the value chain end-to-end from supply to inventory to order and fulfillment with a single source of truth. -- Modernize your infrastructure. Your digital transformation starts with a modern, cloud-native data platform that scales to meet your needs and can connect to just about any data source as well as emerging technologies such as AI-driven automation. -- Make smarter decisions, faster. Stay ahead of market, demand, and supply-chain shifts with unprecedented throughput to inform your decision-making with real-time data. Join us to discover how major retailers including Walmart, The Home Depot, Macy’s, and Best Buy accelerated their digital transformation with DataStax Enterprise powered by Cassandra.

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