Rolls Royce Goes Electric, Foreshadowing Industry Challenges

Widespread adoption of electric vehicles looms—but first, retailers need to take a geographic approach to sales across diverse markets.

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The Post-COVID Office Takes Shape

As workers return to the office, companies are using indoor location intelligence to optimize the postpandemic workplace.

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How Climate Change Is Shaping Real Estate Investments

Home buyers will now see a climate risk score on their dream house. Will it change where they want to live?

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NextTech: Monitoring the Global Supply Chain in Real Time

By tracking how global supply chain disruptions impact finished goods, a real-time dashboard gives executives an edge in risk assessment.

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Tracking Meatless Menus and Other Trends

When consumer preferences change, retailers, manufacturers, and service providers need to keep up.

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Spotting New Business Opportunities in Consumer Data

The pressure to develop new business opportunities is driving digital and traditional companies toward more precise market analysis.

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A Growing Company Enlists the Four A’s of Location Intelligence

With artificial intelligence, automation, cloud-based architecture, and analytics, an insurance company executes an ambitious growth plan.

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DICK’s Sporting Goods Strengthens Omnichannel through Brick and Mortar Planning

For data-savvy DICK’S Sporting Goods, an optimized network of brick-and-mortar stores remains critically important to customer engagement.

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Five Ways Smart Maps Have Changed the Business World

Maps have evolved dramatically beyond the trusty TripTiks of our youth. Now they're showing business executives the right path.

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How Stores Can Thrive—By Learning from Failure

A new study suggests companies have as much to learn from store closures as they do from expansions, and location plays a compelling role.

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