We live in a time with unparalleled access to information. And while this access to information has unequivocally improved our lives, the genesis of big data occurred so quickly and has been so appealing that we sacrificed our privacy and control of our personal information for convenience without even realizing it.
With Black Friday upon us, we take a look at new technologies that will allow customers in brick-and-mortar stores to check out without waiting on lines and get the products they want for less money.
Mladá Boleslav, 30 October 2019 – ŠKODA AUTO DigiLab Israel Ltd commenced operation at the beginning of 2018 and has since made excellent connections in Tel Aviv’s local start-up and tech scene.
Finextra’s latest coverage from the event highlights how “personalizing services” are to help overcome the “creepy” factor of banks. ANAGOG’s Gil Bolotin is part of the commentary from money20/20 stating that “…in order to truly understand customers for who they are, banks need to understand their offline behaviour. “Coupling offline behavior with online data is the key to creating holistic, individual customer profiles and providing the most curated [personalized] customer experience possible.”
Article by Andrew Busby – Being relevant to your customer, on an individual level, is perhaps the single biggest challenge, not to mention opportunity, facing retail right now.