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.
Grocers face challenges in modern inventory solutions in shelf scanning, real-time visibility in stores, and constantly fluctuating consumer behavior. By leveraging AI and machine learning capabilities, grocers can examine shopper behavior and attune better forecasting needs for shoppers. Tailoring the inventory to meet personalized shopping experiences can create a positive shopping experience for shoppers.
The in-store experience is definitely an advantage for brick-and-mortar retail. However, grocers face many challenges to ensure this differentiating experience is brought to their customers. This article looks at some of these challenges.
The bottom line is that consumers are looking for a seamless experience. Technology can empower grocery retailers to adapt by streamlining store operations. As creating an in-store experience becomes increasingly essential for grocers, we look at some of its key benefits.
Consumer data empowers grocers to both retain existing consumers and gain new ones. However, consumer data can also bring in its own set of challenges for grocers. In this article, we examine some of these challenges.
Like any strategy, Micro-Fulfillment Centers also come with their own set of challenges, which are often overlooked. Here, we bring some of the biggest challenges that grocery retailers face while expanding their micro-fulfillment potential.