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Symphony RetailAI To Demonstrate AI’s Power At NRF 2020

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Symphony RetailAI, the Dallas, Texas-based provider of the AI-enabled platform and customer-centric solutions that deliver profitable growth for retailers and CPG manufacturers, says it will participate in NRF 2020 Vision, Retail’s Big Show, and take part in a Big Ideas session with SpartanNash and Dollar General on Sunday, Jan. 12. Additionally, Symphony RetailAI’s booth, 5273, is a planned stop on NRF’s Artificial Intelligence Expo Tour, and the company will offer partner demos in Microsoft’s booth, 4501.

At this year’s event, Symphony RetailAI will share how retailers are achieving 2 percent or more revenue and profit growth through the adoption of AI-enabled, role-specific solutions that span the retail value chain. The company says it will showcase how it executes on its customer promise—being the easiest partner to do business with, driving profitable growth in the first year, providing the best quality and service for customer success and delivering the lowest total cost of ownership through breakthrough AI-enabled innovation.

Attendees can engage with Symphony RetailAI at NRF 2020 in a number of ways:

  • From the Big Ideas stage: Discussing Dollar General and SpartanNash’s AI experience
    This session will articulate precisely how retailers are accelerating profitable revenue growth using AI-enabled demand forecasting to the tune of double-digit improvement in forecast accuracy. Symphony RetailAI’s hosted Big Ideas session will be held on Sunday, Jan. 12 from 4 p.m.  until 4:30 p.m. ET on Stage 2, Level 1, Expo. In the session “Going from hype to hyper-performance with AI demand forecasting,” Ray R. Wang, principal analyst and founder, Constellation Research Inc., will lead a discussion with SpartanNash’s Jason Burnett, VP of inventory management, and Dollar General’s Julie Elmore, CTO, about the retailers’ experience with AI. Attendees will leave the session with actionable takeaways and a roadmap for achieving the same success.
  • On the expo floor: Symphony RetailAI’s home base, plus alongside Microsoft
    In addition to in-person demos of AI-enabled solutions in Symphony RetailAI’s booth, solution experts will be on-hand in the Microsoft booth to demonstrate how the companies are partnering to enable intelligent retail. At both booths, Symphony RetailAI will be featuring examples of tangible business impact and transformation that have been enabled by its end-to-end suite of applications including: CINDE; sales and customer insights; promotion optimization; personalized marketing; agile merchandising and category planning; fresh and center store management; intelligent supply chain; demand forecasting; and shelf intelligence. Microsoft also is coordinating its own booth tours with NRF. Symphony RetailAI will host a happy hour from 4:30 p.m. until 6 p.m. ET on Monday, Jan. 13 in its booth.
  • On the move: Stop on NRF’s AI Tour
    Symphony RetailAI’s booth will be a dedicated stop on NRF’s official Artificial Intelligence Expo Tour. During this time, participants can learn how the company’s industry-leading solutions use AI and machine learning to better understand consumer behaviors and demand, drive prescriptive and preemptive recommendations, and yield greater productivity across the retail value chain. NRF’s Expo Tours take place three times throughout the day on Jan. 12-13, as well as once on the morning of Jan. 14. Tours are exclusive for retailer participation and can be added on during the NRF registration process to secure a spot.

NRF attendees can stop by Symphony RetailAI’s booth to see the solutions in action, or schedule a meeting.

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