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Data & analytics

Data & analytics Archives

Card spending falls during February Covid lockdown

The report found that electronic card spending last month decreased by $632 million (8.1 per cent) year on year.

NZ has one of the world’s highest adoption rates for subscription services

Besides convenience, Kiwis also tend to have fewer physical items as service reliability, variety, exclusivity and susta...
Inside Retail & Sensormatic

Peeking in the fitting room: How to get real-time data on buyer behaviour

One of the more visible outcomes of the coronavirus pandemic has been a growing awareness and urgency for many physical ...
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Kiwi Christmas spending tipped to hold up despite Covid legacy

Kiwi shoppers are expected to spend more this Christmas season despite Covid-19.
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Talking tech with Endeavour X

Dan Murphy’s has launched numerous tech innovations this year to bring convenience, safety and speed to the customer exp...

Kiwis spent money in 61 countries on Black Friday

Kiwi spending on Black Friday and Cyber Monday soared according to Transferwise.

Are digital fitness apps the biggest opportunity in activewear?

Under Armour’s recent sale of its MyFitnessPal platform comes as other major players beef up their fitness offerings.
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How PepsiCo and HiSmile are using data as their north star

A retail and FMCG business explain how data is changing the way they do business.
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Are retailers falling behind on AI adoption?

A new report from Google Hong Kong shows a discrepancy between AI readiness in retail and other sectors. Here’s why.
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Home PC market surges during lockdowns

New Zealand’s PC market has recorded approximately 40 per cent growth due to increasing notebooks demand during lockdown...
Card spending

Card payments rise while ATM withdrawals slow

New Zealanders are using cards to shop more than cash – and ATM withdrawals are on the decline.

Fashion’s new world order

From dealing with the supply chain to forecasting future trends, clever players within the fashion industry are using te...

Foodstuffs South Island taps into customer data

The supermarket and grocery cooperative has joined its North Island counterpart in using a new customer data science pla...

Click and convert: 3 steps to creating a great app

Three simple steps will ensure your retail business is maximising your app's value, driving sales and making your image ...
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Super Retail Group raising A$203 million to grow omnichannel business

Rebel owner says sales growth has returned to pre-COVID levels as it taps shareholders for capital.