This is the big picture of your enterprise – automation helps you to dream up bigger outcomes and deliver them flawlessly. Then you can do more!
With digital technologies, it’s possible to decode every part of every store – the exact shelf that’s waiting to be restocked, the precise hour when transactions peak, the right moment to send an offer to the right aisle. Then you know just what to fix, and what to foresee. Then you can do more.
Shrink your enterprise and take it with you. Change a store layout in Massachusetts from Sweden. Source a supplier in Arizona from Luxemburg. Make a personalized offer in Sao Paulo from San Francisco. Yes, there’s an app for all of it. Go ahead. Do more.
It’s possible to decode every part of every store – the exact shelf that’s waiting to be restocked, the precise hour when transactions peak, the right moment to send an offer to the right aisle. Then you know just what to fix and foresee, so you can amplify the human experience.
Imagine a supply chain that can do more – sense and respond just the way you would. It’s possible when you embed artificial intelligence into your operations, creating a connected global network that is more human.
So is experience. And engagement. With virtual reality, it’s time to take consumers to places where only their imagination could.
Mobility isn’t just about an app or a notification. It’s where omni-channel experiences take shape – by bringing together everything from social listening to store data to personalization. So you don’t just make shopping seamless, but seamlessly delightful to amplify human experiences.
Of course not – the possibilities are endless when you have virtual mirrors. Ones that can create magical immersive realities with the wave of a hand. Just one of the many ways in which personalization can be as real as it gets – that’s when you do more with digital and amplify human experiences.
When everything talks, a lot starts to make sense. Like a warehouse that tells what stock it needs. Or connected apparel that cross-sells other clothing when the weather changes. And even shelves that speak up when it’s time to change the store layout. When things start to do more, you can do more to amplify human experiences.
Yes, it can be as simple as that – whether it’s managing inventory, simplifying store layouts, or creating personalized campaigns. When mobility is done right, it empowers retailers to do more.
Retail Leaders: Dinesh Bajaj, Naresh Ramamurti, Aniket Maindarkar, Amitabh Mudaliar, Kishor Gummaraju
The Experience makers: Anand Balakrishnan, Megan Walling, Karthik Deivarayan
The Experts: Akshay Darbari, Dilip Kolandairaj, Ramesh Lakshmanan, Susan Dunnell, Shashidhar Bommavara Ramakrishnaiah, Subhashis Nath, Kapil Khanduja, Sanjeev Saxena, Shreyans Gautam, Manish Khatri, Ashley Philips, Hanyue Hu, Qian Li, Arun B., Shankar Subraminian, Arun Ramakrishnan, Bhaskar Jayaraman, Hassina Obaidy, Jocelyn Newton, Joseph Fantozzi, Mythri Papolu, Phil Spade, Tammy Bare, Arvind Balasubramanian
The Storytellers: Amelie Simon, Carolyn Griffin, Catherine Gildea, Elizabeth Fernandez, Lauren Dornfeld, Matt Grimm, Olga Shvartsman, Sanja Obradovic, Sonia Petecka, Thomas Sanchez Ubich, Virginia Koran
Marketing team: Amit Deshpande, Priyadarshani Kaul, Rohit Gupta, Sujata Chandekar, Yaminy Sharma, Ashwin Kumar, Lilian Sylvia Dcosta, Lidwin Mendonca, Deeksha, Sudarshan Kumar, Mohan Reddy, Pradeep Hegde, Pankaj Kumar, Capt. Shanthi, Vishwajyoti Bhattacharjee, Navin Rammohan
The Creative Crew: Maria Sadashiv, Sumantra Chaudhury, Sourav Khanna, Kunnath Vidyadhar, Sharan John, Manish Kashyap, Alberto, Jay Akasie, Chandan Dey, Chandrasekaran, Bijoy George