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As the name implies, the NRF Big Show is gigantic. It is impossible to see and hear it all in three short days. Check out RIS’ annual look at the key sessions, events and trends from this year’s show and catch up on what you might have missed.

For the second year in a row, RIS News kicks off the New Year with a salute to 10 of retail technology’s most influential and innovative women.

Beginning in March 2018, new Bed Bath & Beyond stores will be noticeably different to shoppers. Find out why and the new tech the retailer is implementing to make the change.

While 2017 trends will continue into the new year, many new challenges are predicted to arise. To stay competitive, it is important for grocery retailers to adapt to these five expected trends for 2018.

Nielsen will be the sole provider of data of the mega retailer's “Walmart One Version of Truth” program, while Jet.com will become a co-operator in Nielsen's e-commerce measurement service. Learn what this expanded relationship means for manufacturers, vendors and business partners alike.

A third of consumer goods companies are enduring declining sales and even the industry leaders are posting minuscule gains at best. See how the top CG companies fared in this annual ranking of the industry’s 100 most successful.

The retailer is deploying a next-gen planning and execution solution to better understand customer and basket information and distribute personalized promotions.

Download this Roadmap report and discover how implementing cutting-edge solutions like digital sourcing, blockchain, IoT and RFID are helping retailers track product throughout the supply chain and get a leg up on the competition.

While Thanksgiving results impressed, including its best Cyber Monday ever, Pier 1 sales hit the skids in December. Read on and discover what went wrong this holiday season and the retailer’s plan to correct on the fly.

Today’s RIFD pilots are no longer “testing the technology.” They are now focused on optimizing processes and systems. Here are nine tips to launch and accelerate an RFID program with little trial and error.

Supply chains can be incredibly complex and unless participants find a way to share data efficiently and effectively, lack of information can lead directly to lost sales.

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