Oracle Grocery Retail 2020 consumer research survey shows that 53% of respondents in the U.S. have shopped online for groceries during the pandemic, with 37% stocking up more frequently online than in-store.
Hear Helzberg share insights on its quick implementation of Oracle Retail Merchandising Financial Planning and Demand Forecasting project, followed by what’s next on the horizon - assortment planning and how being data-driven with Retail Science is critical.
Oracle Retail consumer research survey finds grocery shoppers opting for virtual carts during the pandemic. More than half of those surveyed buy groceries online regularly, but panic purchasing is easing.
There is considerable debate on whether this holiday shopping season will be the boost retailers sorely need, or a corona-bust. Oracle recently published data that shows what consumers now expect. Behind the numbers, Oracle's Mike Webster shares three issues retailers must tackle.
Retailers must determine how to effectively manage their retail supply chain and retail inventory to meet today's consumers' demands to ultimately reverse the bullwhip effect and effectively plan for the road ahead.
Retail is, by nature, a world defined and powered by its predictable structure and routine. But with store operations limited and revenue streams cut off, retailers are forced to find another way forward.