Keeping Count: Getting to Know Datascan and the Retail Landscape

Datascan is an industry leader in inventory counting, helping modern retailers navigate the plethora of supply chain, inventory, stock management and data-related challenges they need to in order to thrive in the modern retail landscape.

On “Keeping Count,” the company will help shape the conversation around those trends, offering leading insights primed to help retailers and more proactively and efficiently get their inventory under control.

This inaugural episode saw Datascan President and CEO Adrian Thomas join host Tyler Kern to introduce viewers to the show, talk about Datascan as a whole, and align his company’s mission with that of the show – to help elevate the way the world views inventory management.

“We’ve been in the business of inventory counting in retail stores [for 50 years],” Thomas said. “Inventory counting – and the importance of inventory counting – is changing. We have a lot of experience in the industry, and we feel that it’s a good time for us to start to share some of that and explore the relevance of inventory counting as retail is transforming.”

That transformation, accelerated by COVID-19, will lead to conversations around the impact of buy online, pick up in store, or BOPIS, curbside pickup, general inventory trends, the interaction between online presences and brick-and-mortar stores, and more.

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