Mikko Kärkkäinen, co-founder and CEO of RELEX Solutions, provides insight into the supply chain challenges grocers face and the company's transformative approach to leveraging data to understand customer behavior better.
Grocers are keen to integrate AI across their supply chains to enhance sustainability while cutting costs. They believe that AI will soon be embedded in most software and view improving sustainability as a top-level goal. In this article, we examine strategic areas where grocers can enhance sustainability and profitability by harnessing artificial intelligence.
Led by our expert panelists, Amanda Oren (Good Food Holdings), James Frank (Toshiba), and Tim Denman (Grocery Doppio), Grocery Doppio’s "AI in Grocery" virtual event featured an engaging panel discussion focused on the current state of automation in grocery stores and the boundless possibilities that arise when artificial intelligence (AI) is integrated into the enterprise.
As e-commerce continues to grow and evolve, it is clear that automated grocery warehouses are the future of online food retail. Given the competitive nature of the grocery industry, it is now more important than ever to understand the advantages of automation in warehouses.
Digital shoppers are the future, convenience is an expectation anywhere and anytime, and grocers need to revisit the medium of seamless interactions for this cohort of shoppers. Selecting a chatbot is expensive and all-consuming of resources. Deliberate research of the fundamentals is paramount before investing in the future of grocery retail.
Grocers must reassess the expectations of convenience for new-age shoppers. Centennials will be the largest cohort of shoppers in the decade; consumer experience for this generation lies at the intersection of artificial intelligence and finger-tip information at lightening speed.
Grocery robots are the future for next-gen inventory management solutions for changing consumer attitudes and shopping preferences. Shelf monitoring, hazard identification, and serving customers are some duties robots will embrace.
Recycling is not only a moral imperative but also a solid business decision. These six disruptors are revolutionizing the recycling landscape by offering sustainable solutions for a greener, more profitable tomorrow.
Efficient inventory management is crucial for success. However, grocers face many challenges, including limited visibility, inaccurate demand forecasting, manual inefficiencies, and a lack of technology. Learn how to meet these challenges head-on.
As a company that is committed to providing a seamless customer experience with no compromise on quality, selection, or convenience, Kroger hit many milestones last year. Here is a look at some of Kroger’s major milestones.