About Graeme Grant

Graeme has spent the past 20 years applying advanced technology to solve critical retail business problems. He has held leadership positions with Salesforce Commerce Cloud, Demandware, and Oracle Retail and has been a key driver of several successful retail-focused start-ups. He helped found CQuotient a predictive intelligence company acquired by Demandware; was an early employee and leader at ProfitLogic which pioneered algorithmic modeling for retail and was acquired by Oracle; and a top executive at Allurent, a groundbreaking merchandising solution for online retailers. Early in his career, Graeme was Director of Digital Convergence for Borders Group Inc., helping link their internet and store channels to better serve their customers. Graeme lives in the Boston area with his wife and four kids. He grew up in Canada which explains why he is polite, says certain words with a funny accent, and spends his spare time playing, coaching or watching hockey.

How Finance Can Positively Optimize Store Labor Spend and Drive Sales

By |2020-05-19T11:25:00-04:00January 28, 2020|

Historically, Finance has been seen as an optimizer of store payroll but hasn’t been regarded as a driver of sales in retail organizations. But with the right tools, Finance can transform itself into a positive optimizer of store payroll and a major driver of store sales.

The Secret Sauce to Get the Most Out of The #1 Store Expense: Labor

By |2020-05-19T12:13:17-04:00December 9, 2019|

Brick and mortar stores remain a very important part of retail, as over 90% of shoppers research products online and 70% prefer to buy in-store. There are numerous combinations of products, shoppers, and circumstances that make it the preferred point of purchase.

How Retail AI Helps Finance Make Smarter Budget Decisions

By |2020-05-19T11:23:58-04:00November 20, 2019|

The Finance department rarely gets the credit it deserves for guiding the success of retail organizations. Keeping tabs on line items throughout the company can be a thankless job. But money talks, and Finance adds the smarts to retail resource allocation.

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