With a mountain of challenges comes a single simple question: How to get consumers into the store and keep them coming back? Here are some innovative technologies that show promise for even greater disruption in the store.
Despite their best efforts, most retailers have failed to fully capitalize on all that innovation has to offer.
Dozens of people flock to this store. Every. Single. Sunday.
With eCommerce continuing to disrupt the brick-and-mortar store business model, traditional retailers must offer shoppers a transformed, modern retail experience to stay relevant. The first step is getting their retail execution fundamentals right.
Supply chain professionals navigate many hurdles and hazards, including demand forecasting-related challenges such as real-time inventory visibility, unforeseen market risks, and a lack of accuracy.
Innovation must receive immediate and due attention within consumer industries for achieving growth.
Hughes helps retail stores transform the customer experience – and thrive as a result.
Phase one of retail’s cloud revolution is well underway, but even as it gains momentum a second phase is emerging that will transform software architecture, platforms and infrastructure.
If you want a good snapshot of the the drivers of change in the retail industry directly from those doing the driving, go to ShopTalk. After three days in Las Vegas and participating in dozens of sessions and industry conversations, here is the best of ShopTalk 2019.
Women have claimed their place throughout the retail tech industry, from the developer's chair all the way to the c-suite. But there is still work to be done to overcome decades of exclusion.
While the rest of the population is deep into the holiday spirit, stringing lights and belting out carols, retailers are stressing through the most important time of the year.