In-Store vs. Online. Discover How Automation & Robotics Change the Way Consumers Shop

In the next SCN Summit, scheduled for Sept. 29, discover how consumer trends continue to transform the retail landscape.

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Online food and beverage sales are projected to reach $143 billion by 2025, representing 30% of all omnichannel food and beverage spending, according to updated predictions from FMI – The Food Industry Association and Nielsen.

The e-commerce surge has also increased online shopping behavior, digital purchasing power and omnichannel innovation.

Automation and robotics continue to play a large role in how companies do business.

In the next SCN Summit, scheduled for Sept. 29, discover how consumer trends continue to transform the retail landscape from brick-and-mortar to e-retailers and back again, and how the “New Normal” proved that in-store and online customers can be one and the same. Also, check out how automation and robotics helped retailers keep product moving to consumers, from all channels.

The Supply Chain Network (SCN) Summit is a premier virtual event educating logistics professionals on critical issues impacting the supply chain industry.

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10 a.m. CST
Track 1: Evolution of Retail
Vish Putcha, senior manager strategy of supply chain for Walmart, discusses overall trends impacting the evolution of brick-and-mortar retail.


Noon CST

Track 2: How Automation Achieves Contact-Free Shopping in B2C & B2B Channels
Bruce Williams, CEO of Haultail, discusses the need for adaptive technology to achieve contact-free shopping as well as the unique challenges in automation for B2C vs. B2B channels.


2 p.m. CST
Track 3: B2E is the New Supply Chain
Steve Denton, CEO of Ware2Go, a UPS company, discusses key differentiators of the B2E model, associated growth measures, concrete steps to adopting the B2E model and building a dynamic supply chain.


4 p.m. CST
Track 4: Emerging From COVID-19: Why Better Data Sharing between CPGs and Retailers is Critical
Inna Kuznetsova, CEO of 1010data, reviews the COVID-19-related stock-outs witnessed as a result of sudden, unprecedented lurches in consumer demand, and discusses the critical role data sharing between CPGs and retailers will play in predicting demand, understanding inventory levels at a store level and the role these play in adjusting supply chains on the fly.

 

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