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The Connected Store

Technology is changing the way that retailers interact with their customers. Where you used to see posters and shelf tags you now see flat-panel …

Customer Experience

THE BEACONS REPORT: Growth Forecasts For The Most Important Retail Technology Since The Mobile Credit Card Reader

More than half of the top 100 U.S. retailers are testing beacons in stores this year. How big will the beacons market become?<p>BI Intelligence finds that these small devices are the fastest-growing in-store technology since mobile credit card readers. The beacon installed base will see triple-digit …

Internet of Things

Beacon technology offers plenty of opportunities for retailers

House of Fraser and Waitrose have experimented with beacons but finding customers who want to use them is a challenge<p>UK retailer House of Fraser announced in August that it will introduce beacon-equipped mannequins in its Aberdeen store to provide customers with a more engaging retail experience. …

3 Tech Trends Retailers Can't Afford To Ignore

Like other industries, retail is experiencing rapid technological change — change that, if disregarded, could have a negative impact on business. That’s why it’s so important for business and IT leaders to keep abreast of the latest in retail technology.<p>Let’s take a look at some of the important …

Canadian Retailers Bet On Technology In Fight With U.S. Giants

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian retailers, scrambling to keep pace with the likes of Wal-Mart Stores Inc and Amazon.com Inc in an increasingly crowded market, are investing heavily in high-tech tools to lure shoppers.<p>Companies have ramped up their efforts to address consumers' evolving shopping habits …

eCommerce

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