The Future Of Banking Has Arrived

Forrester's Customer Insights

The drivers of the future are evolutions of the past – some playing out now, others that will be far more prominent by 2025 and table stakes by 2030. […].

The Future Of Banking: Invisible, Connected, Insights-Driven, And Purposeful

Forrester's Customer Insights

By 2030, banking will be invisible, connected, insights-driven, and purposeful. Leading banks are pivoting and rebooting their strategy — capitalizing on the pace of change and innovation and setting their course for the next decade.

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Want To Reduce Your Environmental Footprint? Switch To Digital Signage

Retail Touch

Worse, The World Counts expects paper demand to double by 2030, indicating that companies are not taking advantage of more environmentally and cost-friendly solutions. Customer Experience Executive ViewPoints digital signage Bobby Marhamat Raydiant

Retail Trends in 2021 — Overcoming 2020’s Challenges

Retail Touch

Traditionally, the brick-and-mortar store delivered a fairly static and conventional experience to the customer. Last year these were forecast to hit $604 billion by 2025, as retailers address a major pain point in the shopping experience.

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PEAK Humans Can Flourish In Our Transformation-Filled Future Of Work

Forrester's Customer Insights

Forrester’s data shows job losses will reach 29% by 2030, and the creation of equivalent jobs will total only 13%. age of the customer customer experience employee experienceAcademics to consultants are prognosticating on the future of work, picking winners and losers, often to the detriment of employees. Job losses and gains dominate headlines. Humanity remains at the center. The future of work […].

Uncovering The Factors Changing The Face Of Retail

Retail Touch

The 2020 shopper will likely not look anything like the shopper of 2030. Today’s Gen Z consumer lives ‘in the moment,’ makes brash decisions and prefers experiences over physical entities. The Amazon Effect has led to nearly impossible customer demands for many independent retailers.

Uncovering the factors changing the face of retail: Part one

PFS

The 2020 shopper will likely not look anything like the shopper of 2030. Today’s Gen Z consumer lives ‘in the moment’, makes brash decisions and prefers experiences over physical entities. The Amazon Effect has led to nearly impossible customer demands for many independent retailers.

To defy the retail apocalypse, Target and Best Buy embrace the blur

Steve Dennis

This line of largely misguided thinking contributed mightily to the idea that physical retail was destined to go away and led to some aggressive predictions about online shopping penetration getting to 50% by 2030 (or even 30% by 2025) that look less and less prophetic every day.