Interactive analytics on Big Data with Amazon Redshift

Today’s post explores the technical infrastructure behind Euclid’s insights and answers: At Euclid, we are very keen on performing big data analytics and delivering innovative business insights. We are constantly looking for ways to improve our ability to iterate fast on new ideas, both from internal sources like our data scientists and analytics team, and […]

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Why in-store experience matters more than ever

A recent editorial on PandoDaily by Nathaniel Mott discusses AT&T’s announcement that it will be revamping its thousands of retail stores to be more customer friendly: AT&T announced this week that it plans to replace its hellish stores with new, customer-focused stores replete with the white walls, wooden tables, and personable employees that Apple popularized […]

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A smarter future for physical retail

By eucliduser | #EuclidData | 13 August, 2013

Noted Silicon Valley innovator and venture capitalist Marc Andreessen earlier this year declared the death of physical retail, stating that the inherent nature of the brick-and-mortar model – real estate costs, inventory management, and the like – makes it fundamentally untenable. Online retail, with its advantages of cost, inventory, lower prices, home delivery, and software […]

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“Reverse showrooming” powers up brick-and-mortar stores

By eucliduser | #EuclidData | 14 August, 2013

As I wrote in my last post, rapid innovation in software is not going to kill physical retail; on the contrary, it’s going to transform it by creating new opportunities to engage with customers. One such example of this is the recent phenomenon of “reverse showrooming,” by which shoppers identify products they like online, and […]

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