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Can the local grocery store come to you? Yes. And the fully autonomous, on-demand stores will be on the road a lot sooner than you think.

RIS publishes a wealth of special reports and research projects throughout the year that explore the trends and technology that are shaping the industry. Check out the five reports that were the best received by readers in 2017.

Download this Roadmap report and discover how implementing cutting-edge solutions like digital sourcing, blockchain, IoT and RFID are helping retailers track product throughout the supply chain and get a leg up on the competition.

IoT is exploding and is changing the way people interact with their physical surroundings, each other and retailers. Read on and discover seven cutting-edge retailers leading the IoT charge.

Grocery's physical footprint is a huge asset how they use it in the future will determine success or failure.

Barnes & Noble's first quarter 2018 didn't bring great news for the bookstore retailer. Here are the seven things the bookstore retailer is working on to turn the tide.

Walmart announced a new pilot fulfillment program where delivery drivers enter a shopper’s home, even when they are not there, to drop off fresh groceries straight to their fridge. Is this the future of fulfillment?

Bad weather can get the best of any retailer. To best manage dynamic weather and its impact on consumer behavior, retailers should consider these four steps.

Kroger and Walmart, as well as other companies across the global food supply chain, have announced a major blockchain collaboration with IBM intended to strengthen consumer confidence in the global food system.

AI and Demand Planning

Download this Retail IQ report and learn how through the use of sophisticated artificial intelligence platforms leading retailers are gaining unheard of insight into the wants and needs of the consumer.

How can a giant supermarket chain feel more like a neighborhood grocery store? This is the question Ahold USA, a company of Ahold Delhaize, one of the world’s largest food retail groups, is working to answer.

Amazon has announced AmazonFresh Pickup, which will offer click-and-collect grocery service for its Prime members. The service is currently only open to Amazon employees in its beta program, but members can sign up to be notified when it opens to the public.

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