ICT Investment Trends in Retail Sector Investigated in Kable Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
26 Jan 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Retailers from pole to pole are increasingly interested in investment in different ICT domains since the latter ones can assist in gaining competitive edge as well as more visibility in the nearest term.
Retailers currently increase their expenditure on such disruptive technologies as cloud computing solutions, business intelligence, communications, to name a few.
Beacons, 3D printing and augmented reality are some of new technologies retailers experimenting with.
With the mobile marketplace continue growing, retailers are increasingly interested in customized apps which can be used by them in order to improve customer experience.
In-demand research study “ICT investment trends in the retail sector” worked out by Kable offers a detailed discussion of ICT investment trends in the retail sector. The report limelights changes in ICT budgets set to take place. It contains data on allocation across main elements of IT spend. The study focuses in distribution of ICT money in different areas. The research report includes information on retailers' investment priorities and factors that have influence on retailers' investments. It investigates retailers' distribution of their ICT budget, besides unveiling vendor satisfaction ratings for various technology categories. Details on buying approaches preferred by retailers can be found in the study too.
ICT investment trends in the retail sector: Enterprise ICT spending patterns through to the end of 2016
Published: December, 2015
Price: US$ 2,995.00
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