As a Senior Analyst, Nick Finill contributes to ABI Research’s Intelligent Supply Chain service. Nick’s research coverage focuses on how supply chain operators and logistics service providers can leverage transformative technologies to increase intelligence, visibility, and efficiency across their operations. His commercial analysis of the most transformative technology trends has focused on topics such as robotics and automation, AI in supply chain planning, and IoT in inventory management. As well as publishing reports for large and medium-sized enterprise clients, Nick provides bespoke guidance to supply chain stakeholders, speaks at industry events, and has been quoted in a variety of industry and business media including CNN, Drug Store News, Computer Weekly, and Woman’s Wear Daily.
Prior to joining ABI Research, Nick produced a series of global executive-level technology conferences. Nick studied History at the University of York and the Complutense University of Madrid and now lives in London.
Blogs by Nick Finill
Nick Finill in the News
- Locus Robotics Raises $26 Million in New Funding Round
- More Than 50,000 Warehouses to Deploy Robots by 2025 [Report]
- ABI Research Analysts to Provide Strategic Guidance About Industrial-Specific Transformative Technologies to ProMat and Automate 2019 Attendees
- Robots Will Be Working in 50,000 Warehouses by 2025, Report Says
- AI to Transform Supply Chain Market in Next Five Years
- PYMNTS.com: Grocers Consider Checkout Line-Free Future With Unattended Retail
- Smart vending: US to lose tech-driven retail market to East Asia
- Supply Chain Dive: Automated inventory management is becoming a 'key battleground'
- Drug Store News - Report: Inventory management is a key factor in store efficiency
- CNN: Amazon could radically change how you get prescriptions
- Chain Store Age-Study: Employees and online will drive AR in retail, not stores
- Computer Weekly: Augmented reality can improve efficiency for retailers
- Woman's Wear Daily: AR to Inject $122 Billion in E-commerce Revenue by 2022