The athletic apparel retailer opened its largest store ever last month in Chicago. The next-gen experiential store got plenty of attention when it opened its doors, find out how it is faring since the hype subsided.
For brick and mortar to thrive, stores need to offer a personalized customer experience that fosters loyalty between the shopper and the retailer. But how do you solve this seemingly simple, but extremely complex challenge. In this month’s RIS’ exclusive we unlock the keys to in-store personalization.
Innovations in shopper tracking technology provides next-gen insight into how customers, associates and merchandise move inside stores. Savvy retailers are seizing this opportunity to reimagine what the store is and can become.
The retailer has launched RediClinic Express, providing customers access to convenient, affordable, tech-powered healthcare via an in-store kiosk. Learn how the virtual care solution helps make stores a destination.
Strategic Product Marketing Executive of Infovista Network Performance Solutions, Ricardo Belmar, discusses digital transformation in retail and how it is changing the in-store customer experience highlighted with some industry examples.
Computer vision plays an important role across retail today, and will play an even more pivotal role tomorrow. Check out these four key ways computer vision technology is being leveraged to give smart retailers an edge.
The retailer has seen average job size skyrocket at its updated showrooms thanks to the introduction of experimental digital technology. See what has been added to the stores and how it is being leveraged to grow engagement and the bottom line.
Findings in this Targeted Research report indicate a spike in activity for upgrading store networks will enable stores to become gateways to innovation, digital transformation and greater customer engagement.