Retail IT Featured Editorial

  1. Ecommerce Is The Biggest Driver For Black Friday And Cyber Monday Sales
    12/4/2017

    Leading retailers, including Saks Fifth Avenue, Ann Taylor, Bloomingdale's and Lord & Taylor, saw a 28 percent year-over-year increase in average total sales from Thanksgiving through Cyber Monday. This is based on data collected through Salesfloor’s platform. Shoppers also requested more help from online associates when shopping – indicated by a 31 percent YOY increase.

  2. Deloitte Predicts Healthy Black Friday Sales, Both Online And In Stores
    11/27/2017

    Survey finds 75 percent of Americans plan to shop over the holiday weekend.

  3. Is Black Friday Becoming Obsolete?
    11/27/2017

    What does rising ecommerce mean for traditional brick-and-mortar holiday retail sales?

  4. RiskIQ Finds 1 in 25 Black Friday-themed Apps Are Fake
    11/21/2017

    E-commerce faces greater challenges of fake apps and landing pages than ever.

  5. New UPS Study Highlights Online Shoppers’ Expectations
    11/21/2017

    Return policies, delivery options, and exceptional customer service all top the list.

  6. Retailers Need To Ensure Fool-Proof Websites Before Black Friday Sales
    11/13/2017

    Virtual waiting rooms can help win sales on busy holiday traffic days.

  7. How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Unsubscribe
    11/10/2017

    When did “unsubscribe” become such a dirty word for marketers?

  8. Walmart’s New Shelf-Scanning Robots Exemplify How AI And Humans Can Work Together
    11/6/2017

    New technology will replenish inventory and make restock more efficient.

  9. Retailers Need To Invest In Technology For Holiday Rush
    11/6/2017

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

  10. Shoppers Still Frustrated By Lack Of Personalization Provided By Retailers
    11/6/2017

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