Retail opportunities are as big and dynamic as the industry has ever seen, and yet, knowing what to do or how to attack said opportunities is a bit more difficult to ascertain.

U.S. retail sales per year are in the trillions and the impact of social media influencers are turning in billions. But challenges arise via near-constant tech disruptions as well as the marketplace becoming increasingly multi-channel.

Where does one start? And what must you master in this modern retail climate? You have to start with the relationships of your own connected data.

Check out this infographic below to discover how graph databases help retailers to leverage the power of data connections to master key relationships and delight customers.

Retail relationships infographic and graph databases.

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Today’s retailers face a number of complex and emerging challenges. Click below to read this white paper Driving Innovation in Retail with Graph Technology and discover how Neo4j helps retailers overcome their biggest challenges via connected data.

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About the Author

Amy E. Hodler , Analytics & AI Program Manager

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Amy manages the Neo4j graph analytics programs and marketing. She loves seeing how our ecosystem uses graph analytics to reveal structures within real-world networks and infer dynamic behavior.

In her career, Amy has consistently helped teams break into new markets at startups and large companies including EDS, Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard (HP). She most recently comes from Cray Inc., where she was the analytics and artificial intelligence market manager.

Amy has a love for science and art with an extreme fascination for complexity science and graph theory. When the weather is good, you’re likely to find her cycling the passes in beautiful Eastern Washington.


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