Synchrony, a premier consumer financial services company, is deploying new artificial intelligence (AI) technology to enhance payment, shopping and credit experiences for customers.
MARCH 4, 2019 - STAMFORD, Conn. – To better understand the transformative effect of artificial intelligence (AI) in the retail industry, Synchrony today released a study, done in partnership with Oxford Economics.
Synchrony’s strategic investment in Skipify enables merchants to offer an instant, one-tap checkout solution.
The convergence of technologies such as voice assistants and smartphones, along with AI-powered data and privacy and security tools, is fueling faster, more integrated and more contextual shopping experiences. Executives from Synchrony and Amazon Pay
Artificial intelligence is already changing the way we shop and buy from making credit decisions faster to allowing us to use our voices to buy products. Synchrony’s chief technology officer Greg Simpson offers insight into how AI technologies
AI brings personalization. And personalization brings loyal customers... which brings even more personalization. Let the virtuous cycle begin.
Get acquainted with the tech that could up your competitive edge. Whether it’s for inventory or personalization, the promise of AI is very real for retailers.
Driving Results with Artificial Intelligence Tools
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The Synchrony Trend Spotter Five Retail Trends to Watch in 2018
The transformation in retail is driven mainly by technology and artificial intelligence. Read on to discover five top trends that are changing the way people shop—now and into the future.
Our survey findings show that retailers are making meaningful strides in their digital transformation efforts, with AI-powered technologies an increasing focus.
Synchrony is using machine learning models and artificial intelligence (AI) technology to help customers get easier access to credit, provide personalized, real-time responses to customer questions, and to equip representatives and credit experts with too
Blink and you might miss it. ...Or so flash-in-the-pan trends tend to go. While some may sound familiar, these tactics are shaping new — and lasting — precedents in retail, delivering speed and innovative experiences.
Retail has changed and businesses across the board will need to adapt to shoppers’ changing expectations. Learn from Greg Simpson, Chief Technology Officer at Synchrony, how A.I. can help.
Small businesses can’t just press “pause” when new technologies emerge or as trends and external conditions change. So often, retailers must adjust their approach mid-stride, and deciding on your next step can be a challenge.
Consumers want—and expect—convenience. Whether in-person, in-app or online, a smooth purchasing experience equals a happy customer.
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