Consumer behavior is changing, and retailers need to be sure they have a clear line of sight into how those changes are impacting their business. As they reopen, challenges around satisfying demand, optimizing store operations and protecting profits are intensified by the lack of a timely and accurate understanding of data behaviors. To appeal to customers in this “new normal,” retailers need a prescriptive approach to data analysis, which can provide them with insights that help them adapt to the ever-evolving needs and expectations of modern consumers.
Watch this webinar with Terry Stanley, director of operations at Lowes Foods, and Adam Haight, director of sales for Zebra Analytics, to learn how an essential business, Lowes Foods, has leveraged technology and prescriptive analytics to drive insights that provide a deeper understanding of what is truly happening in their business. You’ll walk away with an outline you can use to tackle changing consumer buying behavior in your business to ensure positive business outcomes.
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This webinar qualifies for 1 continuing education unit (CEU) toward your LPC re-certification.
Terry Stanley is the director of operations for Lowes Foods. His responsibilities include asset protection, workforce management, and store safety for the 81 full-service supermarkets in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia. He has 42 years of experience in the grocery industry specializing in operational excellence, shrink reduction, and guest and host satisfaction.
Adam Haight is director of sales at Zebra Analytics, where he is responsible for sales operations, partners, and lead development. He has over 20 years of experience in working with companies that deliver award-winning, high-value enterprise software solutions. He holds a BA from the University of Maryland.