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With benefits extending from increased collaboration to enhanced safety, more consumer goods companies are investing in digital twins, including Unilever, Mars, Coca-Cola, Kraft Heinz, and Johnson & Johnson.
The cloud app is designed to increase supply chain visibility by combining and analyzing data across multiple supply chain systems to provide manufacturers and retailers with real-time information.
Yeti Holdings is increasingly looking at total acquisition and retention trends as it thinks about measuring the reach of direct-to-consumer, a channel the company remains full-speed-ahead on growing.
The technology is designed to quickly provide language and visual insights to 2,000 users around the world, enabling L'Oréal’s financial controllers to more easily identify business-driving insights.
Retailers are returning to their pre-pandemic service expectations, according to new research from McKinsey & Co, presenting challenges for consumer goods companies navigating the inflationary environment.
Just over a year after bringing its Pepviz data science practice to retailers, PepsiCo remains bullish on its potential to add value to operators across all retail spaces.
The two food companies have both invested in Soft Robotics, a tech provider that marries AI, 3D vision soft grasping technology.
Kimberly-Clark is developing an RGM pipeline strategy that more closely resembles its approach to product innovation, as it continuously improves in-market execution.