Global Strategic Directions and Preferences of Retailers

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Growth is a key challenge in the retail systems industry. Key retail solutions vendors need sufficient insights on retailers’ plans, preferences and perceptions to guide the formulation of a competitive and comprehensive IT strategy that enables retail business strategy to meet objectives, both globally and regionally. This research service is prepared after exhaustive interviews with 323 retailers across the World. Actionable analysis and insights from this service will aid retail solutions vendors in mapping their strengths against strategic priorities, technology adoption and investment trends in retail with that of vendor selection criteria of retailers for identifying strategic positioning for growth.

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Global Strategic Directions and Preferences of Retailers, IntroductionIntroduction and MethodologyResearch Service Title and HighlightsIntroduction and MethodologyGlobal Strategic Directions and Preferences of Retailers, Frost & Sullivan AwardsFrost & Sullivan Awards2005 Frost & Sullivan Award for Preferred Retail Solutions Vendor2005 Frost & Sullivan Retail Technology Leadership Award2005 Frost & Sullivan Customer Value Leadership AwardGlobal Strategic Directions and Preferences of Retailers, Strategic Directions and Preferences of Retailers - WorldProfile of Respondents and DefinitionsProfile of Respondents; Retailer Tier and Retail Segment DefinitionsKey Observations and RecommendationsStrategic PrioritiesRetail Applications BudgetInformation Technology (IT) Budget and Application SourcingTechnology Adoption PatternsLinking Strategic Priorities and Technology AdoptionObstacles to Technology AdoptionVendor / Brand Selection Criteria Across RegionsPerceived Strengths and Relative Positioning of Selective VendorsMost Preferred Vendors for Key TechnologiesRecommendations / Strategic Opportunities for VendorsStrategic PrioritiesStrategic Priorities of RetailersInformation Technology (IT) Adoption PreferencesDegree of Retail Technology Adoption and Areas of OpportunityInformation Technology (IT) Purchase PreferencesConnectivity and Integration Implementation PreferencesObstacles to Technology AdoptionVendor / Brand Selection CriteriaVendor / Brand Selection CriteriaPerceived Brand Strength of Select VendorsPerceived Brand Strength of Vendors.Preferred Product Features and Vendors by TechnologyPreferred Product Qualities and Vendors by TechnologyGlobal Strategic Directions and Preferences of Retailers, Strategic Directions and Preferences of Retailers - APACProfile of RespondentsProfile of Respondents; Retailer Tier and Retail Segment DefinitionsKey Observations and RecommendationsStrategic PrioritiesInformation Technology (IT) Budget and Application SourcingRetail Technology Investment PreferencesVendor PreferencesRecommendations / Strategic Opportunities for VendorsStrategic PrioritiesStrategic Priorities of RetailersInformation Technology (IT) Adoption PreferencesDegree of Retail Technology Adoption and Areas of OpportunityInformation Technology (IT) Purchase PreferencesConnectivity and Integration Implementation PreferencesObstacles to Technology AdoptionVendor / Brand Selection CriteriaVendor / Brand Selection CriteriaPerceived Brand Strengths of VendorsPerceived Brand Strength of Vendors. Preferred Product Features and Vendors by Technology Preferred Product Qualities and Vendors by TechnologyGlobal Strategic Directions and Preferences of Retailers, Strategic Directions and Preferences of Retailers - EuropeProfile of RespondentsProfile of Respondents; Retailer Tier and Retail Segment DefinitionsKey Observations and RecommendationsStrategic PrioritiesInformation Technology (IT) Budget and Application SourcingRetail Technology Investment PreferencesVendor Preferences Recommendations / Strategic Opportunities for VendorsStrategic PrioritiesStrategic Priorities of RetailersInformation Technology (IT) Adoption PreferencesDegree of Retail Technology Adoption and Areas of OpportunityInformation Technology (IT) Purchase PreferencesConnectivity and Integration Implementation PreferencesObstacles to Technology AdoptionVendor / Brand Selection CriteriaVendor / Brand Selection CriteriaPerceived Brand Strengths of VendorsPerceived Brand Strength of Vendors. Preferred Product Features and Vendors by TechnologyPreferred Product Qualities and Vendors by TechnologyGlobal Strategic Directions and Preferences of Retailers, Strategic Directions and Preferences of Retailers - North AmericaProfile of RespondentsProfile of Respondents; Retailer Tier and Retail Segment DefinitionsKey Observations and RecommendationsStrategic PrioritiesInformation Technology (IT) Budget and Application SourcingRetail Technology Investment PreferencesVendor PreferencesRecommendations / Strategic Opportunities for VendorsStrategic PrioritiesStrategic Priorities of RetailersInformation Technology (IT) Adoption PreferencesDegree of Retail Technology Adoption and Areas of OpportunityInformation Technology (IT) Purchase PreferencesConnectivity and Integration Implementation PreferencesObstacles to Technology AdoptionVendor / Brand Selection CriteriaVendor / Brand Selection CriteriaPerceived Brand Strengths of VendorsPerceived Brand Strength of Vendors. Preferred Product Features and Vendors by TechnologyPreferred Product Qualities and Vendors by Technology




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