As competitive pressures in the retail sector have intensified, retailers are looking for ways to ameliorate their bottom lines
Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/17/2019 -- Heyday in the long run hinges upon whether retail industry can keep controlling costs, while prompting consumers to stay loyal to the products and services they offer. Accordingly, retailers are rethinking all of their IT operations by evolving towards a thin-model IT department and demand management practices, namely, which will help them focus on delivering strategic technologies that will benefit their business. A thin-model IT organization can focus on current and future technology priorities designed to add real value to the business. On the other hand, demand management practices can concentrate on discretionary spending on the highest-value projects. Savings from these levers can be used to propel IT by investing in major market-proven technology. These excerpts draw similarities from the report titled, "IT Spending in Retail Industry Market—Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2018-2026," which has been lately incorporated in Market Research Hub's (MRH) expanding repository.
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Over the past couple of decades, several retailers have shifted their investment strategies from growth through new stores to growth through big investments in all areas of the business, for instance, launching new digital sales models and acquiring other businesses. The cost to propel market share continues to increase as retailers try to solve the conundrum of winning battles on multiple areas. As such, retailers are eying to mine the collected data and transform their operations to adhere to the brand promise. To hone in the next big thing, retailers are revealing their ability to innovate, react and adapt to new technology—5G is slated to be the greatest and the most rewarding challenge to date. Given 5G is expected to open the door for drone delivery, endlessly customizable merchandise, augmented reality experience at in-store or at home and virtual reality dressing rooms, IT spending in retail industry is expected to skyrocket. Retailers could more quickly open popups, new stores and kiosks owing to the potency of the 5G wireless network. 5G will allow retailers to send higher-resolution videos and images to consumers which propel purchasing and spending.
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IT Spending in Retail Industry Market: Report Content
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