Retailers and consumer goods organizations are collaborating and finding new ways to analyze data from consumers and shoppers in order to extract business intelligence. The aim is to bring efficiencies to supply chains, operations, manufacturing and marketing. Marshall L. Fisher, Wharton professor of operations and information management, and Srini Pallia, a Wipro’s senior vice, explore the challenges and opportunities ahead.
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