Cellarmasters is one of the early adopters of the Albert AI marketing technology in Australia, and whilst the brand is reaping the rewards, so are its customers. Macro industry factors are driving rapid and unrelenting change into the retail industry. And this seems...
ABOUT CELLARMASTERS Cellarmasters is Australia’s largest direct supplier of boutique wines. Cellarmasters works with some of the most awarded winemakers in the Southern Hemisphere, and is passionate about educating Australians about wine and creating connections...
With the World Economic Forum now predicting that machines will do more workplace tasks than humans by 2025, it’s difficult to deny that artificial intelligence (AI) exists. But it’s also often difficult to recognise AI, even when it’s right in front of you.
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When the concept of digital transformation in marketing moved beyond early adoption and hit critical mass earlier this decade, marketers shared a vision of seamless digital technologies that would replace their cumbersome manual processes.
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