Retail organizations today rely on both structured and unstructured information to manage supply chains, evaluate sales and marketing efforts, and discover hidden customer opportunities. As is, this information is certainly beneficial; but collected and managed correctly, and it could become invaluable.
Here’s where most of your competitors fall short: they’ve collected the information, but they have no idea how to turn this information into data that skyrockets sales and advances marketing strategies.
Anzo® solutions gather all your information and organize it for quick-and-easy access. This provides the optimal business advantage: the opportunity to gain a deep understanding of your customers, which can improve and personalize your marketing strategies, and ultimately lead to increased revenue.
Plus, Anzo’s approach to automated data management will help drive down key operational costs typically associated with manual entry, mapping and data preparation.
In this webinar we discuss how the Enterprise Data Fabric prevails as the bedrock of enterprise digital strategy. Connected and highly available data is the new normal – powering analytics and AI. The data lake itself is commoditized, like raw compute or disk, and becomes an unseen part of the stack. Semantic graph technology is central to Data Fabric initiatives that meaningfully contribute to digital transformation.
High-performance retailing is all about speed: with Anzo, revenue and price optimization can happen in hours, and merchants can run multiple models in minutes, regardless of an organization's size
A graph-based approach opens up more possibilities for analysis and enables high-performance retailing to understand relationships amongst products based on data, rather than intuition
By sharing real-time data, retailers can feel confident that everyone is working with the same data, allowing retailers to make the best decisions when it comes to stocking products, trading promotion dollars, etc.
Increase sales and create genuine relationships with customers by analyzing data to learn how to personalize marketing efforts and improve your customers' shopping experience
Many retail industry observers are asking why e-commerce giant Amazon purchased the brick & mortar grocery chain Whole Foods. In this blogpost we discuss the answer: customer data.
In this blogpost we discuss how data is increasing in supply chain management for retailers and the challenge that most of this data is unstructured and flowing constantly into servers, with much more to come.
This whitepaper explains what an Enterprise Data Fabric is, how it allows organizations to model and integrate data at whatever level of granularity desired and how Anzo's semantic technology creates a layer of metadata that adds depth and meaning to the overall graph.