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In-Memory: Speeding Up Value by Using Operational Intelligence

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    A secret weapon for brick-and-mortar retailers.

    To compete with online retailers, brick-and-mortar stores are responding by personalizing the shopping experience. 

    In-memory technology can create greater personalization by providing immediate feedback to sales staff based on a current shopper's history, combined with their current activity in the store. Used with RFID tags, in-memory technology enables retailers to follow items from dressing room to checkout for complementary suggestions or to determine up-to-date demand.

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In-Memory: Speeding Up Value by Using Operational Intelligence

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    A secret weapon for brick-and-mortar retailers.

    To compete with online retailers, brick-and-mortar stores are responding by personalizing the shopping experience. 

    In-memory technology can create greater personalization by providing immediate feedback to sales staff based on a current shopper's history, combined with their current activity in the store. Used with RFID tags, in-memory technology enables retailers to follow items from dressing room to checkout for complementary suggestions or to determine up-to-date demand.

In-memory technology was around long before Big Data became a buzzword. Parallel computing dates back to the 1980s. With lower cost memory and greater workload demand, in-memory computing has emerged as a key technology. A diverse array of industries, such as finance, retail and ecommerce, looking to capture business opportunities in real-time, are turning to in-memory.

As Big Data has come to the forefront of the next wave of technological innovation, in-memory data grids have become a powerful tool. ScaleOut Software has identified five ways organizations can use in-memory technology.