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How Wireless Power is Transforming the Smart Shelf

Forward-looking retailers are enhancing the old analog shelf with digital features, turning them into smart shelves that benefit both consumers and retailers, and new wireless power tech is helping them advance.

Smart Pricing Strategies for the Post-COVID World

RIS examines the technologies and strategies needed to take your pricing capabilities to the next level as retail powers full steam into pandemic recovery.

Months of near-lockdown conditions have kickstarted new retail tech strategies and solutions that grocers are ready to embrace. See which ones have been pushed to the forefront and which are ready to move off the back burner.

As the retailer continues along its multi-year “One Home Depot” investment strategy to blend its physical and digital selling experiences, it’s seeing results pay off in a big way.

As the name implies, the NRF Big Show is enormous. It is impossible to see 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.

From buy buttons and predictive analytics, to augmented reality and IoT, this year is looking to be very disruptive for retailers Here are a few of the key disruptive digital trends retailers will need to be mindful of this year.

With 16,000 patents coming out of its innovation lab in 2015 alone, Panasonic believes it is setting the pace for change.

Smart signs can adapt offerings to suit the customer’s mood, location analytics tools can help retailers target customers for preferential treatment, remote body scanners will even measure customers for suits from their own homes. And all the collected feedback from smart Things will enable retailers to enhance customer service.

Download this Roadmap report and discover the key milestones retailers must reach as they implement cutting-edge, in-store digital solutions designed to bring the omnichannel experience to the next level.

Electronic shelf labels (ESLs) have the power to eliminate the inconsistencies that consumers typically associate with brick-and-mortar stores. Here we identify and discuss the top 5.

Through Kroger's customer first strategy the retailer is able to drive growth and improve perception of customers. The retailer is able to connect better with customers and reduce costs to invest strategically and increase customer loyalty.

The partnership will focus on reducing out-of-stocks, real-time product availability, and improving in-store customer experiences.

This Annual survey of 1,800 shoppers and retailers provides key insights on shopper satisfaction and preferences for technology used by in-store associates. Download this 7th Annual Shopping Study to learn which technology has a positive impact on the shopping experience. Download Now

Pricer has rolled out electronic shelf labels that allow customers to "like" or "comment" products while shopping in real-time by scanning QR codes on the ESL with their smartphone.

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