Retail IT Featured Editorial

  1. Why The Distinction Between Online And Brick-And-Mortar Is Dead
    8/9/2017

    A look at the future of retail in the wake of the Amazon-Whole Foods deal. By Heidi Dethloff, VP, Marketing, Digimarc Corporation

  2. Bon-Ton Adopts RFID Technology To Improve Customer Experience And Sales Efficiency
    8/7/2017

    Handheld RFID system allow quick and efficient restocking and increases associate productivity.

  3. David’s Bridal Adopts AI To Help Boost Sales
    8/7/2017

    Partnership with Curalate creates pop-up landing pages from social media.

  4. Boosting Millennial Workplace Performance With Innovative Technology
    8/3/2017

    There are many sweeping generalizations about the millennial workforce today. This includes a lack of loyalty, addiction to mobile devices, and a general sense of entitlement. These criticisms are short-sighted and, ultimately, bad for business.

  5. Introducing The Retail Solutions Network
    8/2/2017

    We’re proud to introduce The Retail Solutions Network, a collection of robust, data-rich resources designed to help retailers become an indispensable part of their customers’ lives by delivering the personal experiences that constantly exceed expectations. Comprised of print and digital media, The Retail Solutions Network aids every member of the retail enterprise from the corner office to the store floor.

  6. An Invitation To RCS Messaging For Retailers
    8/2/2017

    When you look around today, you see a vast amount of mobile phones in use. Before, consumers had to wait to get home or find a nearby payphone to make calls. Now, these handy smartphones are in everyone’s pockets or bags.

  7. How “Forgot Your Password?” Is Losing You Sales
    8/1/2017

    If you’re a merchant who accepts credit cards, you know you’re obliged to comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). You’ve also undoubtedly read about the credit card breach settlements, identity theft precautions, and other hassles that Home Depot, Target, and other payment victims have endured.

  8. AV Over IP Creates New ROI Paradigm In Retail Environments
    7/31/2017

    Our lives — at work and play — revolve around computer networks. And in retail, most of the technologies we use are IP-based and connect to, or through, the network: VOIP/telephony, WiFi, cell phones, conferencing, control signals, access control, CCTV, etc. And that’s not to mention the impact of cloud computing on our daily routines. Everything lives through “the network.”

  9. Amazon Spark Feature Allows Users To Shop Via Social Media
    7/25/2017

    Amazon has launched a new content feature on its Amazon mobile app that takes allows users to shop items they see in photos and read about in posts generated by others, according to TechCrunch. Called Amazon Spark, this product discovery feature takes its cues from Social Media. Amazon describes it as “a place to discover things from people who share your interests…Spark makes it easy to discover – and shop – stories and ideas from a community that likes what you like.”

  10. Target Ends Cartwheel Perks And Merges It Into Its Main Target App
    7/24/2017

    Target has announced that it is ending a pilot rewards program via the Cartwheel app, but promises that something better is in the works for customers, according to CNBC. The pilot ran for approximately a year in five markets, including Denver, Houston, San Diego, St. Louis, and Raleigh-Durham. Existing users have until August 27 to earn points and September 27 to redeem them.