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The evolution of the retail industry made way for omnichannel retailing and, most recently, a need for unified commerce. But most enterprise merchandise management systems are not architected in a manner that brings the pieces of functionality in a cohesive, timely way.

Not to be outdone by Walmart, which is testing delivery drivers that carry orders into a shopper’s home and place them into their refrigerator even when they aren’t there, Amazon is reportedly developing a similar service.

Target Corporation will expand its Google Express partnership nationwide, including voice- activated shopping, and add Target REDcard as a payment option in 2018. Find out more about Target's digital shopping plans.

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

Panera Bread is offering voice-ordering through the Google Assistant on mobile devices for delivery and Rapid Pick-Up. Find out the details and how soon this will be available nationwide.

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

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.

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?

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.

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

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