If asked, many retail executives cannot fully quantify the effect one department’s actions and activities have on another within their particular enterprise. This unfortunate situation is a consequence of a company having multiple sets of business analytics, all measuring different processes. As a result, retailers are challenged to make good decisions that directly affect their bottom line.
Best-in-class retailers, however, are already working toward gaining and maintaining a laser-like focus on their sales numbers, store margins, and gross performances. This effort is enhanced by harnessing the power of massive customer and transaction data warehouses into a set of manageable performance metrics. This collection of metrics is called retail business intelligence.
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