Retail IT Featured Editorial

  1. Walmart’s New Shelf-Scanning Robots Exemplify How AI And Humans Can Work Together

    New technology will replenish inventory and make restock more efficient.

  2. Retailers Need To Invest In Technology For Holiday Rush

    Survey finds that neglecting tech investment could cost retailers $300,000 this holiday season.

  3. Shoppers Still Frustrated By Lack Of Personalization Provided By Retailers

    More than two-thirds surveyed said they see shopping experiences as too impersonal.

  4. BJ’s Wholesale Club Launches New Mobile App

    Retailers need to leverage mobile commerce to win customers.

  5. Panelists Outline Benefits And Challenges To RFID Implementation For Retailers

    Target, Lululemon, Athletica, and Levi Strauss all say RFID has boosted performance.

  6. Target Unveils New AR Feature On Its Mobile Website

    New “See It In Your Space” feature allows shoppers to visualize products in their own rooms.

  7. Analytics Could Help Predict Store Closings

    AI and other technology could help analyze data to help determine future of stores.

  8. New Partnership Aims To Help Harness Emerging Technology For Retail

    RILA and Zebra Technologies will work together to further the global retail industry.

  9. Neiman Marcus Adopts New “Digital First” Strategy To Boost Customer Engagement

    Neiman Marcus has unveiled a new "Digital First" strategy designed to further its position in the luxury retail space "by anticipating customers' evolving behaviors and engaging them more deeply to drive traffic online and in stores," according to a company press release. The company also reported total fourth quarter revenues of $1.12 billion, reflecting a 0.5% decline in same-store revenues from the year-ago quarter.

  10. 5 Ways Retailers Can Boost Their Email Marketing ROI

    The holidays are approaching and smart retailers know email is an effective channel for reaching customers. In terms of ROI, email is the most effective marketing channel, generating an average of $38 for every dollar spent. And consumers consistently rate email as the top channel for brand communications — regardless of age. From millennials to Baby Boomers, a majority of consumers prefer email.