Can Retail/Wi-Fi Analytics Help Retailers Survive in the Age of Amazon?

Jeff Cotrupe, Global Program Director, Big Data & Analytics
This Frost & Sullivan Analyst Briefing introduces an approach that is helping retailers better understand both their customers and their own operations by harvesting analytics from the Wi-Fi that many of them are already providing to shoppers.

Designed to benefit a wide range of attendees, including:
• Every retail or e-tail organization, and individual retailers of all types and sizes
• Every brand that sells through either the retail or e-tail channels
• Every brand that utilizes mobile technologies for sales and retention activity
• Every company that plays a role, or could, in equipping retailers to better compete
Dec 4 2013
40 mins
Can Retail/Wi-Fi Analytics Help Retailers Survive in the Age of Amazon?
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