As with many of today's retail tech investments, the pandemic is accelerating the gap between the sellers that have invested in their robotics strategies and those that haven't. We explore how some of today's retailers are using robotics to secure success during the health crisis.
The hair and beauty retailer and distributor launched a new brand campaign at the start of the year aimed at helping consumers achieve salon results from the comfort of their home. It couldn't have picked a better time.
With holiday competition expected to be fierce, the retailer is updating its app, stores and checkout experiences with the hopes of making consumers more comfortable about their ability to retrieve items quickly during the pandemic.
Retail and food service sales rose 1.9% from August to September, the Census Bureau reported, reaching $549.3 billion. Learn what this could indicate for the industry for the holiday season and how retailers can best prepare.
The fleet optimization is being completed as part of its efforts to better meet the needs of today’s new consumer, along with increasing its digital investments and further integrating its digital and physical retail sales channels.
While Kroger is seeing triple-digit growth in home delivery, shoppers continue to flock toward click-and-collect fulfillment because of the flexibility it offers. See how its navigating today's new customer to capture loyalty.
While it’s tempting to chalk up the issue of having more visitors than a website can handle as good problems to have, the truth is that crashing from an influx is the stuff of e-commerce nightmares. Learn how the lifestyle brand managed its retail debut by developing a robust digital foundation.
While consumers remain concerned about the potential of COVID-19 resurgence and are adjusting their shopping habits as a result, two separate studies indicate that retailers are becoming more adept at serving their needs during this period of profound disruption.