Event

Retail Roundtable

Wednesday 17th November 2021 6:30pm
The Ivy Bar, Manchester

Join ANS and Microsoft for our upcoming Retail roundtable on Wednesday 17th November at 6:30pm.

Hosted by ANS’ Practice Lead for Data + AI, Rob Cotrill and Industry Lead for Retail, Transport + Hospitality, Megan Corlett, you’ll be given the opportunity to network with peers in your sector as we invite you to reflect and discuss your experiences, challenges, successes and predictions for the future of data.

What to expect?

You’ll hear from CTO at Music Magpie, David Hilton on how adopting public cloud enabled the retailer to become more data driven and access more advanced services in the cloud to drive the business forward.

We’ll also discuss:

  • What does the future hold for retail organisations as the sectors emerge from the pandemic?
  • How can retailers create a single source of truth which holds all their customer data to better understand customer behaviour, market trends and key focus areas
  • In what ways can retailers share data across their organisation to improve communication between departments?
  • Retailers want to deliver more personalised and higher quality experiences to their customers. How can they increase customer satisfaction and ease of transactions through digital and automated processes?
  • How is culture paramount to operational shifts?

We can’t wait to get back to physical events and spend the evening dining with you at The Ivy Bar and Brasserie in Manchester. If you’re a digital leader in retail, this event is not to be missed.

There are a limited number of places so if you would like to join us, secure your place by completing the form to the right or speak to your Account Manager today.

We look forward to seeing you there.

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About Rob Cottrill

As Data & AI Practice Lead, Rob is passionate about demonstrating the real-world value of digital transformation and helping customers realise value from their data. With over 12 years’ experience in the industry, he’s worked in multiple roles across the business including on some of ANS’ first cloud solutions for customers. Rob is responsible for helping organisations modernise their current data platforms from helping to define and build data strategy’s right through to commercial and technical designs.