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25 Top multi-unit brands leveraging A.I. in 2020
With a new decade under way, multi-unit brands like Kroger, Uniqlo, McDonald's, among many others, are starting to leverage the potential of Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) across various functions of their business.
The future is now: How multi-unit brands are leveraging A.I. today
Whether we realize it or not, Artificial intelligence (A.I.) is starting to become a part of our daily fabric. From electronic assistants like Alexa and Siri to business tools like Salesforce and Gmail, A.I. has proved to be a powerful technology that helps improve the way we work and live. Listed below are ten examples of brands that are harnessing the power of A.I. to solve for some of their business challenges.
Slideshare: How Site Sonar helps with White space analysis
White space analysis, the process that helps brands identify new and existing untapped market potential, used to take months. In this SlideShare, you’ll learn how you can cut that process down to minutes—and get unprecedently precise results—with SiteZeus’ Site Sonar solution.
Slideshare: How multi-unit brands can identify customers in seconds
These days, it is not enough for multi-unit retail brands to classify and find customers with demographics alone. Same goes for psychographics, loyalty data, and even purchase data. There’s something missing from the puzzle…
What makes your customer tick?
One of the fundamental building blocks for any business is knowing who your target customer is. While traditional data sources like demographics and psychographics help to give that customer a face with information, such as age, ethnicity, income, and education levels, these only reveal a part of the picture.
Retail brands look beyond A.I. to solve for locations
“Artificial intelligence is going to change everything, everything, 180 degrees…There is no way to beat the machines, so you’d better bone up on what makes them tick.” Mark Cuban, American businessman, and investor.
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Location intelligence boosting retail efforts
With an accountable demographic still preferring to shop at brick and mortar shops in this digital era, it is a perfect time for retailers to think about leveraging location intelligence to maximize foot traffic. Here are specific ways to use location intelligence in retail business.
How Customer Segmentation can drive better location-based decision-making
In the retail revolution, outdated customer segmentation tools are holding brands back. While census data and predictive analytics worked well until recently, they’re no longer the gold standard in location intelligence; this is why the news is riddled with store-closure headlines of top brands like Family Dollar, Sears, and Gap. The question then is what’s next? The answer belongs to A.I. powered decision-making solutions. One of the many ways that A.I. can help brands thrive is with customer segmentation. It’s helping brands unearth never-before-discovered insights.
Location Intelligence meets decision technology: SiteZeus leads shift into new Prescriptive-Led Growth era
SiteZeus is excited to be at the forefront of a transformative change occurring within the location intelligence sector. Its artificial intelligence-powered platforms are providing solutions that are helping introduce emerging and established brands to a new age of Prescriptive-Led Growth (PLG).
Prescriptive-Led Growth: A new age of location intelligence
Enjoy this game-changing webinar. SiteZeus Founders Keenan and Hannibal Baldwin cover a radical new approach to location intelligence that puts brands in complete control of growth and optimization. To view this webinar, please tell us a bit about yourself.
Retail in a drone era
When most people think of drones, they might think of unmanned military strikes, or of the toy drones. But the fact is, drones are already used for a number of complex tasks across many different industries. First responders and disaster workers use them to help spot and aid stranded victims. Walmart has applied for over 46 patents involving drone technology. In March of 2018, UPS and Amazon were both reportedly researching ways to make drone delivery a reality, with Amazon securing patents for their Amazon Air Prime service.2 While the logistics still present challenges, it’s clear that the potential for drone capabilities is growing by the day.