Imagine if Netflix never updated your movie preferences, or even worse, never asked what you liked in the first place. Imagine if your spam folder never adapted to the changing inbound spam. Or finally, imagine that your Internet radio station presented a fixed playlist that didn’t bother to ask
In talking to customers, analysts and partners at the National Retail Federation “Big Show” last week, it was clear to me that retailers are trying to find the “holy grail” in the cross-channel retailing environment that offers “one view of the customer across all channels.” Power has shifted to
Netezza's globetrotting reporter Karina Bernier is in Las Vegas for MicroStrategy World 2011, where the buzz is about retail high-performance analytics (powered by Netezza TwinFin appliances of course). Check out Karina's interviews with Vipul Patel of Michaels Stores, Wei Zheng of Informatica, Al
QuantiSense really, really knows the retail space. Founded in 2001, QuantiSense is the leading provider of business intelligence and data warehousing applications exclusively for specialty retailers. CEO and co-founder Jeff Buck talks with Netezza's Karina Brenier about retail analytics and how
The NRF show in New York City is the nation's oldest trade conference, marking its 100th show in New York City in 2011. Companies have been selling to retail consumers for just about forever. But retail enterprises continue to be among the most innovative and forward-thinking businesses around.
Jim Kelly, GM of Netezza Retail and CPG, talks with Netezza's Karina Bernier about the National Federation of Retailers Big Show in New York City, from Netezza's booth at the Jacob Javit Center (#765).
Many people stopped by Booth #765 today at the Jacob Javits Center on the first day of NRF's Big Show. I walked around the booth during our party this afternoon with my video camera and as you can see, it was an active and energized place indeed.