Serving Data in New Ways for the Food Industry

Presented by

Mike Leone - ESG, Richard Bray - PredictHQ and Miriam McLemore, AWS

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Data analytics has quickly become one of the most important factors for businesses when it comes to making real-time decisions. Companies that leverage their data in the right ways invariably save money, resources, and provide a better customer experience. There are very few industries where these three considerations are more important than the food service industry. With inflation, staffing shortages, and changing consumer habits after the pandemic, restaurants and businesses in the food service and retail industries are dealing with an entire host of new circumstances when it comes to scheduling, planning inventory, and delivering the experience customers prefer. When decisions around these are made with poor data, it leads to overworked staff, item shortages, and a poor customer experience. However, leveraging real-world data, which companies often already have, helps solve these problems. The right software and platforms can turn the sea of data food industries and retail companies already have into one of their most valuable assets. In ‘Serving Data in New Ways for the Food Industry,’ ESG Senior Analyst Mike Leone is joined by Richard Bray, Chief Strategy Officer at PredictHQ and Miriam McLemore, Director of Enterprise Strategy and Evangelism at AWS to explore how companies in the food and retail spaces can use data analytics to make the right business decisions at the right time. Topics for discussion include: - How data analytics is changing the way companies make their decisions - The powerful role data analytics can play in the food and retail industries - How changing consumer and economic realities can be adapted to with the right data - Where the right data analytics software and platform can save time, money, and resources - And more

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