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Swimwear retailer Everything But Water selected Manhattan Associates to deliver a software solution that creates a seamless omnichannel shopping experience. Learn the details.

Retailers are looking for a blueprint to make the shift to customer-first commerce. Download this benchmark research report to find out how.

Shoppers want a customized online buying experience that’s fast, easy, and simple, and Content-as-a-Service (CaaS) is the surest way of satisfying them. CaaS is a method of delivering content with speed and consistency while reaching customers on their channel of choice.

Pier 1 Imports has been conducting an extensive analysis of its strengths and operational capabilities. Now halfway through the process, the retailer has developed some objectives after a rough quarter. Here are the five ways Pier 1 hopes to meet its objectives.

As Amazon shakes up grocery retailers, Costco rolls out two new delivery options. Will it be enough for the retailer to compete?

Tailoring the path to purchase for shoppers is the goal of every cutting-edge retailer, but only a handful can truly deliver on the experience. See which retailers are able to personalize successfully and how they do it.

Disney’s new pilot stores and e-commerce destination highlight the iconic brand’s commitment to destination retailing. Find out what the retailer has planned for shoppers as it continues to reimagine and define the shopping experience.

Belgium postal operator bpost will acquire U.S.-based e-commerce service provider Radial for $820 million. Learn the details.

Fashion retailer Chico’s FAS' financial results fell short of the goals the company set, but its upcoming cap ex of $60 million will provide ongoing enhancements to its omnichannel and digital capabilities. Find out what the fashion retailer is working on to drive sales.

Stores without merchandise? Find out what Nordstrom's tiny concept hub will stock.

Toys“R”Us is creating a new online marketplace, set to launch in 2018. Get the details.

Walmart just bought delivery company Parcel, as it gears up to offer New York shoppers same-day delivery on fresh and frozen groceries. Find out what this means for New Yorkers and e-commerce retailers.

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