No matter how successful your retail organization is the hard cold fact is that your technology and underlying systems are racing toward obsolescence. For example, if your organization was founded in 2009 its technology and underlying systems are 10 years out of date.
Retailers are radically rethinking how they use technology, pursuing new business models and creating highly personalized shopping environments that coordinate seamlessly across channels. Read about how you can enhance in-store, online and omnichannel shopping experiences, along with back-of-house operations, in this comprehensive new guide to digital transformation.
Every once in a while, a unique technology application causes a paradigm shift in an entire industry. Take GPS trackers and sensors, which made our commutes more efficient, or cloud technology which changed the very idea of data storage.
Internet of Things technologies brings real-time visibility to the supply chain. With a sensor-based digital supply chain, businesses can transform how they manage products and shipments across channels. To do so, companies need the right strategy.
With eCommerce continuing to disrupt the brick-and-mortar store business model, traditional retailers must offer shoppers a transformed, modern retail experience to stay relevant. The first step is getting their retail execution fundamentals right.
Lee Holman, IHL Group; David Dorf, Infor Retail; and Joe Skorupa, RIS News discuss the trends and technology that will play a major role in 2019. The trio of industry leaders also review the results from RIS’ annual Retail Technology Study.
Every couple of months a new term is introduced that takes the industry by storm only to disappear as quickly as it appeared. See what jargon joined the ranks of omnichannel, unified commerce and digital transformation as retail’s buzziest.