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From magic mirrors that enable customers virtually try on various outfits, to using AI algorithms to predict future style trends, apparel brands are using new technologies to bring greater automation and personalization to every facet of the shopping experience.

How is it possible, with so much advanced technology, that we can still not be capturing so much potential?

For fast-fashion retailers that are determined to compete in the fast-paced online world, it is critical to digitize supply chains and be capable of analyzing real-time sales data to understand where customers’ preferences are trending.

JDA has announced that it will acquire Blue Yonder, provider of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) SaaS solutions for retail and the supply chain.

To succeed with modern consumers, apparel retailers must look to future-forward technology to enhance — but not replace — the human touch in the store experience.

To succeed with modern consumers, apparel retailers must look to future-forward technology to enhance — but not replace — the human touch in the store experience.
 

Expect to see AI make even greater inroads.

The lingerie company is doing some pretty cool things with AI.

British men's wear retailer Charles Tyrwhitt partnered with AI marketing platform Tinyclues and expects to run its first AI-driven email-marketing campaigns in Nov. 2017, extending later to other communication channels such as print.

British men's wear retailer Charles Tyrwhitt partnered with AI marketing platform Tinyclues and expects to run its first AI-driven email-marketing campaigns in Nov.

ASICS Digital, which oversees Runkeeper and other of the company's customer-facing digital platforms, is enhancing and personalizing its mobile web experience in partnership with Qubit.

ASICS Digital, which oversees Runkeeper and other of the company's customer-facing digital platforms, is enhancing and personalizing its mobile web experience in partnership with Qubit.

According to Gartner, “By 2020, 85 percent of all customer service interactions will no longer require the support of a human intermediary.” By optimally deploying disruptive tools, such as artificial intelligence (AI), automation, virtual assistants and bots, retailers can transform customer inter

Learn about three of the top tech trends upending retail and how your apparel retail business can take advantage.

How can department stores pivot their attention to the digital store without losing the supportive and guided experience customers are used to?

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