“Tiny Internet” has big potential for consumer and business markets.
Product information is a “telemetry signal” that indicates the strength or weakness of your business.
In the realm of “cart-and-horse,” “chicken-and-egg” analogies, it’s hard to argue that anything goes first or comes before data quality.
Walmart appears to have thrown in the towel on SKU rationalization. Now, at least, they’ll have a larger selection of towels to choose from. It’s likely that leading retailers in several industries will take a harder look at their own SKU rationalization plans and make adjustments to ensure customer satisfaction and retention.