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Product Information Management Solutions 2017

CGT presents a comparison chart of product information management solution providers to the consumer goods industry in 2017. Plus, experts provide thought leadership for navigating the challenges and opportunities affecting this area of investment.

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Event Preview: Andy Walter on the Keys to E-Commerce Success

Former P&G executive Walter previews key issues to be discussed at the upcoming Path to Purchase Expo symposium on e-commerce.

With consumers no longer distinguishing between their online and offline activity, CPG marketers must connect the dots across touch points to build integrated buyer profiles.

Shopper data pro Ron Lunde joins Oracle's Michael Forhez to examine the data challenges currently facing consumer goods companies.

Megan Moglia, Senior Vice President, Customer Strategy & Activation, 84.51°

For decades, shopping was all about "bigger is better." But consumer expectations have changed as new technologies have emerged.

CGT and IDC Manufacturing Insights present their eighth annual exploration of current and future marketplace trends.

Hormel Foods, Vice President of Digital Experience, Stephen Koven

Stephen Koven will be responsible for developing digital strategies and leading teams to build sales and marketing plans.

The technology's myriad applications will enable increased trust and transparency, both across the supply chain and with consumers.

CGT and sister brand RIS News again join forces to examine how consumer goods companies and retailers are using analytics both individually and collaboratively.

Attendees of the 2017 Consumer Goods Sales & Marketing Summit looking for strategic inspiration and tactical ideas left fully armed with both.

Karenann Terrell, GSK's new CTO

The former Walmart CIO has "a company-wide remit to transform how new technologies are used to improve performance." She starts Sept. 4.

The data transformation company signed deals with three CPGs and two retailers while also expanding the reach of its open data initiative.

The independent grocer will use solutions from Symphony EYC to address ever-expanding shopper demands.

Is analytics keeping pace with data growth?

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