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Target has spent much of the past year focused on growing its mobile and digital presence with new features and app enhancements, combined with an emphasis on core product categories. It's a year that is now bearing fruit.
An influx of sensors relating to Internet of Things technology is generating a growing volume of data to feed the predictive supply chain, and informs not only operational decisions, but also helps analyze the behavioral patterns of workers.
Seventy-five percent of all U.S. adults have found the product they wanted was unavailable in-store in the last 12 months. Alhough a tad bit better, the out-of-stock notice occurred for 63 percent of shoppers online in the same time period.
Seventy-five percent of all U.S. adults have found the product they wanted was unavailable in-store in the last 12 months. Alhough a tad bit better, the out-of-stock notice occurred for 63 percent of shoppers online in the same time period. Story
JCPenney added two executives, one from The Home Depot and the other from Target, to its leadership team. Michael Amend is JCPenney's new exec-VP of omnichannel and Mike Robbins joins the company as senior VP of supply chain.
Same-day delivery company Deliv announced an expansion into nine new markets and will now reach more than 100 cities. The expansion gives the company one of the largest footprints in same-day delivery in the country.
To provide merchandise intelligence across its organization and speed items to shelves and its online storefront, Marbles: The Brain Store has started including product data in its product information management platform.
Claiming the current free service is "unsustainable" for retailers and logistical suppliers, John Lewis, the U.K. department store chain, is introducing a £2 charge for click-and-collect orders under £30 starting July 28.