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Data – A significant decision-making factor for struggling retailers post covid
However, as retailers struggled to stay afloat after the Covid breach, the retailers with outdated IT infrastructure or those who do not have one were the most vulnerable. This has shown them that they need to become more reliant on their IT infrastructures.
Therefore, in the post-covid era, retailers have become highly dependent on their IT infrastructures. They collect data from point-of-sale devices, customer loyalty cards, and other sources to make inventory, marketing campaigns, and pricing decisions. The retail industry needs to take proactive steps to maintain cybersecurity and manage data; this can be done by having a fully functional cloud management system and an IT infrastructure capable of leveraging data to grow their business.
Here is how data can help retailers move forward in the post-covid era:
Better understanding your customers
Much of a retailer's most important data is stored in its IT infrastructure, but accessing that data requires the cloud. Now is the moment for merchants to make the switch to the cloud. Cloud management makes jobs and maintenance easier, increases operational uptime, and allows merchants to scale up and down in response to demand. It enables merchants to maximize the value of consumer data in order to develop customer-centric activities. Big data from cloud-managed networks may be mined for granular insights and utilized to improve in-store consumer interaction, generate value-added experiences, and, most critically, meet customer health and safety requirements.