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Retailers Lack Mature Big Data and Analytics Competencies

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Big data and analytics have become top priorities for a growing number of retail executives. Yet many retailers don’t yet have mature big data and analytics competencies across five critical dimensions — intent, people, process, technology and data — according to a new study from IDC Retail Insights.

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Interesting article,leveraging technology such as big data and analytics to improve their supply chains, new developments such as this will help successfully managing their warehouse. I work for McGladrey and there's a very informative whitepaper on our website that readers of this article will be interested in. @ Count, manage and move: Warehouse inventory control strategies http://bit.ly/1kgYXWo
Posted by Andrew B | Thursday, February 20 2014 at 3:09AM ET
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