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Why Retailers Are Learning to Love Robots

The pandemic lit a fire under retailers to expand the use of robotics, but COVID-19 is not the only accelerant. Advancements in AI, computer vision and sensing systems are also boosting bots. The age of COVID-19 put a premium on processes that protect customers and associates.

The new service will enable retailers to leverage subscription selling models and expand customer service opportunities.

Walmart is forging forward with a nearly $14 billion investment enabling it to “build a business model that will define the next generation of retail.” Uncover the mega-retailer's plans and what experts think.

REGISTER HERE! Date: March 10th @ 2 PM ET Over the past several years, retailers have been investing heavily in a reimagined, smart store experience, building destination stores with next-gen technology designed to create memorable shopping experiences.

As retailers start to look more closely at micro-fulfillment as a way to optimize their last mile, here are some key strategies that established operations employ today as part of their successful fulfillment networks.

The company is also opening 100 new stores this year, with a specific focus on Arizona, California, Florida and the Northeast.

Urban Outfitters will build on its UK pilot and infuse automation into its new distribution center in Kansas City, KS, due to go live in 2023. Get the details.

We talked with a leader of Dash In C-store chain to learn how their self-checkout pilot is helping them seize these sales opportunities while meeting today’s contactless customer.

Buy-online-pickup-in-store was already becoming a staple of modern retail. Then the retail world exploded as the health crisis unfolded and curbside service was quickly rolled out. In our second annual look at order pickup, we examine the retailers ruling curbside and BOPIS fulfillment, and setting the industry standard as we forge ahead.

Attempts to create a “store of the future” are littered with failure due to gimmicky concepts that over-promised and under-delivered. Here are concepts that change the rules and work.

The challenge of free shipping is that logistics depends on too many factors, rates, dimensions, volume, destination, carriers, etc. Learn how to do it right.

Barbeque chain Famous Dave’s is boosting its last-mile delivery capabilities in order to meet today's strong demand for takeout and delivery.

Drizly, which is in compliance with local regulations in more than 1,400 cities, works with local retailers to provide consumers with beer, wine and alcohol.

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