Blue Yonder

enables retailers to take a transformative approach to their core processes, automating complex decisions that deliver higher profits and customer value using artificial intelligence (AI).

Recent Posts

AI in Retail: See How Otto Embraced Innovation

IN Artificial Intelligence — 03 January, 2018

The Otto Group, the world’s second largest multi-channel retailer, has been on a game-changing AI journey since 2006. AI in retail, however, is not exclusively for global businesses with high budgets and vast investment resources, like Otto. It can revolutionize the performance of small, medium and niche retailers.

Artificial Intelligence in Retail: Does it Solve the Complexity?

IN Artificial Intelligence — 11 December, 2017

Once upon a time, retailing was relatively simple. Merchants selected an appropriate product range, bought them at the lowest possible price and at the right quantities, and sold them for a profit. Today, thanks to its global nature and disruptions to the market, retail is one of the most complex industries to trade in.

bonprix sets prices with AI-based price optimization

IN Price Optimization — 29 November, 2017

In a complex and changing market, retailers need to transform their internal processes to meet the challenges of rising costs and falling profits. Tackling this issue head-on, bonprix decided to use price optimization software to improve its margins. And, with data key to remaining competitive, the company also wanted to gain valuable insights via…

Artificial Intelligence in Retail — Solving UK’s Brexit Stock Problem

IN Artificial Intelligence — 22 November, 2017

Data has never been a more valuable commodity and artificial intelligence in retail could finally help businesses cash in their checks.

The Science of Winning Customers' Hearts: How to Build an Effective Retail AI Strategy

IN — 31 October, 2017

Most of the buying decisions that customers make are emotional, even if they back-rationalize their purchases with logic. This is one reason that understanding consumer buying habits, and creating an engagement strategy that works on a personal level, is so challenging for retailers.

The Power of AI in Retail: What the Experts Say

IN — 30 October, 2017

If there’s one key takeaway that came out of our recent trip to Shoptalk Europe, it’s that the buzz around AI in retail continues to grow.

Blue Yonder Recognized for Innovative Food Replenishment Software

IN Events & Awards — 18 October, 2017

For shoppers, out of stock items are frustrating. For supermarkets, an empty shelf often leads to a reduction in sales and consumer loyalty. On the other hand, too much fresh produce results in vast quantities of unprocessed, healthy food wasted each year. Combatting this problem, Blue Yonder has implemented a fully automated ordering system across…

How Can AI Make Fashion Retail More Responsive?

IN — 26 September, 2017

Fashion retail has always been fast paced, but that pace has increased remarkably in recent years, and it’s down to one predominant influence: the consumer.

The growth of new channels such as mCommerce and shoppable social media platforms have made it possible for fashion fans to browse and buy items in even the tiniest shopping window; from their…

Thought for Food: How Can AI Help Supermarkets Innovate Their Fresh Food Replenishment Model?

IN — 25 September, 2017

As a consumer there’s nothing more frustrating than dashing to the supermarket on your way home from work, only to find that the specific item you want is out of stock. Whether it’s fresh herbs for a recipe you’re cooking that night, or burgers for the impromptu ‘sunny day’ barbecue you are hosting, being greeted by an empty shelf can ruin your…

Blue Yonder Listed in Gartner Hype Cycles

IN Events & Awards — 12 September, 2017

In the technology-rich world of retail, organizations look to industry experts to guide decisions about which solutions are best for their business. Gartner’s annual Hype Cycle is one of the most trusted analyses of the retail tech sector, and Blue Yonder is delighted to be mentioned in three reports this year.