As the groundwork for enterprisewide data visibility falls into place, a game of connect-the-data dots is playing out in stores.
Moe’s Southwest Grill franchisee gets far-ranging, real-time data analysis from a cloud-based service that pulls data from its receipt printers.
As smartphones continue their march toward all-out indispensability, the mobile wallet concept has gone from far-fetched idea to rapid-growth reality.
The independent furniture retailer replaced its payment terminals chain-wide to capitalize on the latest encryption and tokenization technology.
The need to arm associates with mobile devices is well-defined. The applications, hardware, and networks are market-ready. Now we face the biggest challenge: the systemic and operational change necessary to make it all work.
One of the products at the 2015 NRF show that caught my eye – though my eyes couldn’t quite catch up to it – was the A799II thermal receipt printer by CognitiveTPG. Promoted as the “fastest receipt printer,” the A799 shows in this video it can print the over 4,500-word United States Constitution in about 9 seconds. Cognitive executives told me the demonstration was inspired by French artist/engineer Thibault Brevet who presented at the SXSW Conference in 2014.
This video highlights Datalogic's sponsorship of the University of Oregon Ducks athletic programs. The University of Oregon football team is nationally recognized for its speed, efficiency, and teamwork. Datalogic is recognized worldwide for its quick, accurate data capture solutions, excellent quality, and strong partnerships with clients, resellers and integrators.