FMI has teamed up with FitForCommerce to complete the Grocery Omnichannel Index to benchmark and evaluate how food retailers deliver on customer expectations for unified shopping experiences across digital (online and mobile), in-store and cross-channel criteria.
The food retail industry is reporting numerous positive trends as it grapples with old issues and confronts new challenges. This webinar provides an insider’s glimpse into the State of the Food Retail Industry.
Before you start evaluating the ins and outs of AI, it's important to understand why and how to apply it to your business.
This webinar explores the issues that are impacting food sales positively or negatively, gleans what strategies are helping food retailers differentiate from their competition, and probes the gaining impact of e-commerce on food retailing and more.
Webinar participants will gain important insights regarding the “digital shopper” and how food retailers can incorporate technology in the shopper experience. It is not just about online shopping and delivery.
In this webinar, FMI and Rosie engage in a panel discussion with leading retailers who have successfully launched online shopping at their stores.
In this webinar, FMI and ROSIE share recommendations on how to maximize your e-commerce profits.
This webinar specifically explores how consumers perceive their relationship with their primary grocery store in the current climate of retail change and innovation.
Jon Ambrose, co-founder and COO of the eCommerce and digital engagement company ROSIE, presents his company's findings on how eCommerce programs can be leveraged to ensure the long-term success of grocers.
The 2018 Supply Chain Benchmarking Survey includes the most pressing issues executives face today. Automation, e-commerce, operating costs and capacities top the list of key performance indicators for every supply chain.
Join r4 Technologies, a leading enterprise AI platform, and a panel of practitioners and experts, while they share practical information for food retailers and manufacturers about: • What is AI • Where is adoption happening today • Case studies driving impact • How to get started.
The shift to digital purchasing of fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) is not only pervasive, it’s all inclusive. Manufacturers and independent operators should be readying their organizations to meet the needs of the digitally engaged food shopper.
The shift to digital purchasing, acquisitions and innovations in the FMCG market is accelerating that pace of online food shopping adoption, meaning that manufacturers and retailers should be readying their organizations to meet the needs of the digitally engaged food shopper.
Listen in and gain perspectives and insights to the forces shaping today’s marketplace and what it will take to be successful in this increasingly disrupted landscape.
Listen to insights from Matt Laukaitis, Senior Vice President and GM, North American Retail, SAP as he provides a review of the digital maturity of the average grocer vs a leader.
Listen to insights from Matt Laukaitis, Senior Vice President and GM, North American Retail, SAP as he walks you through why the 5 five senses are not enough and how value (measured in dollars saved) and convenience (measured in time saved).
Listen to insights from Matt Laukaitis, Senior Vice President and GM, North American Retail, SAP as he provides an overview of the modern day consumer demands and the increasing competiveness of today’s grocery landscape particularly in light of the Amazon purchase of Whole Foods.
To help you heed the call for a more e-commerce-ready organization, Nielsen and FMI are embarking on a multi-year study uncovering what it takes for brick-and-mortar grocery retailers to compete in the digital marketplace. This webinar shares the initial findings of over six months of primary research and analysis.
In foodborne illness investigations, time is of the essence and every minute, hour and day counts. Customer purchase information is often the key to solving investigations and linking certain products to foodborne illnesses. USDA FSIS present information on foodborne illness outbreaks and discuss some of the challenges and benefits of sharing information during investigations to help identify the source of contamination and protect the health of your customers.
This webcast discusses food traceability and the development of a technology architecture that will help all parts of the seafood chain to more readily and efficiently exchange vital product information. While the discussion will be focused on seafood, the topic is one that concerns all food sectors.
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