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The new retail revolution:
The Connected Store
Retail is changing.
And the retail store
must change, too.
In 2015…
Online sales totaled $341.7
billion.*
And ecommerce
accounted for
60.4%
Of all retail sales
growth.*
© 2016 IBM
And yet…
still
prefer to shop
in-store.*
85%of consumers
© 2016 IBM
More than 20
online retailers
have opened physical
stores in the past few
years.*
How can the retail
store
transform to
meet the needs of
the digital era?
Our stores can tell us,
if we just listen.
The Future of Retail: The Connected Store
With data from the
Internet of Things,
retail store operations
can be transformed to
rival those of any
online retailer.
Watson IoT
F
Food Loss
Temperature sensors
trigger alerts if food
reaches an unsafe
temperature
preventing spoilage.
© 2016 IBM
Energy use
With data from
occupancy sensors,
smart HVAC and lighting
can automatically adjust
to variations in ...
Watson IoT
Preventive maintenance
By analyzing equipment
performance indicators
such temperature,
vibrations or power
cons...
Queue management
Watson IoT
Queue Management
Using heatmaps of
shopper density and
location, retailers can
offer timely se...
Watson IoT
Shopper Insights
Insights from in store
behavior, purchase
history and social media
activities can help
retaile...
Watson IoT
Inventory management
RFID tags can capture
data including GPS
location, temperature,
pressure & other
informati...
Watson IoT
Fleet Management
GPS location and
weather data provide
information about road
and environmental
conditions that...
Watson IoT
Vendor Fraud
Prevention
Use real-time data
analytics to manage
complex vendor
networks, ensuring
shipment, prod...
Smarter shopping
experiences
Smarter
merchandising and
supply networks
Smarter operations
Introducing
Solutions for:
sensor
technology
automation &
workflow technologies
building
controls
edge & application
analytics
combine’s Honeywell’s ...
Real-time visualization
and monitoring
Anomaly
detection
Intelligent operations
controls
Mobile
alerts
Retail solutions gi...
Want proof of what IBM and Honeywell
can do?
Give us a store and we’ll show you.
http://ibm.co/iot-store-pilot
Watson IoT in retail
Store operations for the
next era of retail.
Learn more at
IBM.COM/IOT/RETAIL
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The New Retail Revolution: Connected Store

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Even though e-commerce is driving quick sales growth, brick and mortar is still the major player in retail industry. According to the survey by TimeTrade, 85% of consumers still prefer to shop in-store. And there are more than 20 online retailers have opened physical stores. It's time for retailers to rethink their omnichannel strategies with store transformation.

The Internet of Things is revolutionizing retail store operations. With the connected devices and sensor data, retailers can receive real-time information of both physical and digital worlds. They can use these insights to offer timely and personalized customer services, make better operational decisions, and secure merchandising and supply networks. Learn about how can IoT provides new opportunities and values for retail business and start your IoT journey with The Honeywell Building Sense.

For more information, visit ibm.com/iot/retail

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The New Retail Revolution: Connected Store

  1. 1. The new retail revolution: The Connected Store
  2. 2. Retail is changing. And the retail store must change, too.
  3. 3. In 2015… Online sales totaled $341.7 billion.*
  4. 4. And ecommerce accounted for 60.4% Of all retail sales growth.*
  5. 5. © 2016 IBM And yet… still prefer to shop in-store.* 85%of consumers
  6. 6. © 2016 IBM More than 20 online retailers have opened physical stores in the past few years.*
  7. 7. How can the retail store transform to meet the needs of the digital era?
  8. 8. Our stores can tell us, if we just listen.
  9. 9. The Future of Retail: The Connected Store
  10. 10. With data from the Internet of Things, retail store operations can be transformed to rival those of any online retailer.
  11. 11. Watson IoT F Food Loss Temperature sensors trigger alerts if food reaches an unsafe temperature preventing spoilage.
  12. 12. © 2016 IBM Energy use With data from occupancy sensors, smart HVAC and lighting can automatically adjust to variations in need between peak and off peak hours.
  13. 13. Watson IoT Preventive maintenance By analyzing equipment performance indicators such temperature, vibrations or power consumption, retailers can predict when equipment will fail before it does.
  14. 14. Queue management Watson IoT Queue Management Using heatmaps of shopper density and location, retailers can offer timely services and reallocate staff to meet demand in real-time.
  15. 15. Watson IoT Shopper Insights Insights from in store behavior, purchase history and social media activities can help retailers to provide personalized offers and predict future trends.
  16. 16. Watson IoT Inventory management RFID tags can capture data including GPS location, temperature, pressure & other information, helping retailers track inventory across the supply chain and restock shelves to meet demand.
  17. 17. Watson IoT Fleet Management GPS location and weather data provide information about road and environmental conditions that enables better route planning and ensure drive safety.
  18. 18. Watson IoT Vendor Fraud Prevention Use real-time data analytics to manage complex vendor networks, ensuring shipment, product quality, and pricing accuracy.
  19. 19. Smarter shopping experiences Smarter merchandising and supply networks Smarter operations Introducing Solutions for:
  20. 20. sensor technology automation & workflow technologies building controls edge & application analytics combine’s Honeywell’s expertise in: IoT platform cognitive apis 3rd party data (weather, social) facilities management with IBM’s expertise in: To deliver integrated solutions for retail operations.
  21. 21. Real-time visualization and monitoring Anomaly detection Intelligent operations controls Mobile alerts Retail solutions give you control of your store, in the palm of your hand
  22. 22. Want proof of what IBM and Honeywell can do? Give us a store and we’ll show you. http://ibm.co/iot-store-pilot
  23. 23. Watson IoT in retail Store operations for the next era of retail. Learn more at IBM.COM/IOT/RETAIL

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