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Here our retail magazine provides the latest Digital Commerce news, including omnichannel, e-commerce, unified commerce, chatbots and artificial intelligence, and more.

Publix Goes Contactless at the POS

Grocery retailer Publix has rolled out contactless pay to all its stores to protect the health of its customers and associates during the coronavirus pandemic. Get the details.

Levi Strauss ‘Poised to Win'

Despite operating in a supremely uncertain environment, Levi’s anticipates the strength of its brand coupled with its digital investments will carry it through the coronavirus health crisis.

30th Annual Retail Technology Study

For 30 years RIS has been benchmarking retail’s tech maturity with its annual Retail Technology Study. For the 30th anniversary we carry on the tradition and dive deep into the modern retail tech stack, exploring more than 80 different technologies.

Walmart is expanding the ways in which it provides contactless services during the coronavirus health crisis.

Walmart is offering new, contact-free ways for consumers to purchase items during the coronavirus health crisis, intended to keep both consumers and its associates safer.

Lululemon is re-focusing on its digital efforts as its stores in North America and Europe remain closed due to the coronavirus since mid-march. Find out how the retailer is turning to its RFID tech and a ship-from-store model for fulfillment, while using online classes to engage customers.

The footwear giant anticipates its digital tech investments will help it weather the storm the coronavirus is wreaking upon retail worldwide.

Knowing who you are, what makes you different, and how to create meaningful, frictionless experiences are key to surviving — and thriving — in a crowded marketplace. 

While RIS’ exclusive poll found retail executives are being tasked with learning how to navigate curb-side pickup, surging online orders, and stock outs, it also reveals for 42% of respondents, sales are seeing a boon from this historic event. Find out exactly what our readers are saying.

Addressing the spiking need for home delivery, Walgreens and Postmates have expanded on-demand delivery to almost every state. Find out how Walgreens shoppers can now get health and wellness items and other household essentials delivered to their doors.

The Men's Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank parent company has reopened its e-commerce fulfillment centers and will manufacture and donate 50,000 masks. Get the details.

An uptick in online food shopping due to the coronavirus is just one of the findings from a grocery shopper survey conducted this week by Path to Purchase Institute. Another might surprise you: The most trusted retailer during this time.

The company has expanded its buy-online-pickup-in-store (BOPIS) service with a curbside option as a response to combat the spread of the new coronavirus.

An altered landscape will emerge for both consumers and retailers after Covid-19 passes. Here’s a look at some long-lasting effects to plan for.

Ultra is increasing sanitation measures at all of its stores.

Stores will still provide hair services, a decision that CEO Mary Dillon said is “based on feedback from experts.”

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