Abingdon, U.K -2nd October 2019 -PMC is hosting a High Performance Conference addressing the question of how retailers can connect and interact with consumers in new and exciting ways, whilst realising a better return on their technology investments. At the conference, taking place on Thursday 14th November, delegates will learn how to accelerate innovation, stay relevant, and deliver cost-effective technology-enabled change.
Nothing stands still for long in the Retail Sector. Today’s retail customers have high expectations of their shopping experience, be it online or in store. Consumers are choosing multichannel buying experiences and expect a seamless experience. Retailers need to provide an experience that will stand out, but achieving this is largely dependent on the capability of the current systems and IT infrastructure.
Keynote Presentations, a Panel Debate and multiple Focus Sessions
To address these and other challenges, conference keynote presenters will include guest speakers from the retail sector, alongside members of the PMC Board and Leadership team. Retail CEOs and CIOs will join other invited guests to debate the theme of Retail IT strategies for today and tomorrow during the Panel Discussion.
The afternoon will see a series of focused Breakout sessions, including presentations from Event Partners Mercaux and Yapster. The day will conclude with a chance for delegate to enjoy a tour of the Williams F1 museum.
To register your interest and select your preferred afternoon Focus Sessions please visit highperformance.pmcretail.com
About PMC Retail
Founded in 2001, PMC is a leading retail IT services and solutions consulting business whose client list boasts a wide range of high street retailers. With a growing team of over 320 people and offices in India and the UK, PMC has a strong track record of success and is renowned in the industry for its open, honest and direct approach. PMC focuses on delivering high quality thought leadership and cost-effective services that help retailers deliver and support their IT investments.