Featured Editorial
5 Technologies That Will Reinvent Retail
Magazine Article | By Robert Hetu, Gartner

Retailers agree advanced analytics, IoT, business algorithms, digital security, and virtual customer assistants are the top technologies having the most potential to change their organizations in the next five years.

Why Consumers Are Wary Of Biometric Payment Solutions
Article | By Christine Kern, contributing writer

As technology advances and makes new solutions available, it could have a serious impact on the way customers pay for their orders. But despite these advances, many consumers remain wary about the security risks of biometric solutions.

The Dandy Lab Brings IoT, Innovation In-Store
Magazine Article | By Erin Harris, editor-in-chief

By marrying traditional retail and interactive, innovative technologies, The Dandy Lab delivers a useful, memorable customer experience that’s redefining the industry.

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The Gift Of Wow: Preparing Your Store For The Holiday Season
White Paper | By NetSuite

Being prepared for the holiday rush used to mean stocking shelves and making sure your associates were ready for the long hours. But the digital revolution has changed everything, most importantly, customer expectations. Retailers with a physical store presence should be asking themselves — what am I doing to wow the customer?

Unlocking The Hidden Power Of Review Syndication
Q&A | With John Swords, TurnTo Networks

Syndication is a way for retailers to quickly increase the volume of product reviews they display. John Swords, chief product officer of TurnTo Networks, recently took time to speak with RetailITInsights.com about such syndication, which, until now, was only possible through closed networks.

How Predictive Analytics Bring You Closer To Your Customers
Guest Column | By Yan Krupnik, Retalon Predictive Analytics

Understanding customer demand and creating a consistent customer experience begins with a unified and powerful predictive analytics approach. The sooner retailers will adopt this technology the sooner they will begin to see improvements in their bottom and top lines.

5 Ways To Compete Online In The Amazon Era
Guest Column | By Patrick van Boom, TIE Kinetix

The majority of online sales run through leading e-tailers such as Amazon and Walmart.com. And, as the space continues to grow, so too does the difficulty for smaller, specialized online retailers to differentiate from these big box stores that can offer lower free-shipping thresholds and a large variety of products. So, what can non-Amazon internet retailers do to stand out from the pack?

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