The store of tomorrow is a full-service, connected hub; integrating web, social networks, and the supply chain. To stay competitive, retailers need to be equipped with intelligent and scalable technology to offer their customers a seamless shopping experience.
Retailers are feeling the pressure to evolve, but many still aren’t sure where to start. Here are five tips that will help you hone in on the essential prerequisites and technologies that are part of every retailer's digital transformation.
L’OCCITANE en Provence, a global natural beauty products and cosmetics manufacturer and retailer, will bring the brand's in-store shopping experience online. Founded in 1976, L’OCCITANE has more than 3,000 stores across more than 90 countries with upwards of 50 e-commerce websites.
Dollar General (DG) says its customers who more frequently engaged with DG's digital tools checkout with baskets double the size. Now the retailer is giving the checkout technology a go with a 10 store pilot. Learn the details of its latest technology and what makes it most appealing to shoppers.
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Lululemon Athletica is crushing it, but it's just warming up. The athletic apparel retailer is fueling traffic growth and nearly doubled its email file, but it has more plans in store. Here are the six ways lululemon will run with its momentum.
To reinvigorate its customer base, Foot Locker is designing new, highly interactive stores outside of its traditional mall locations. In addition, an ongoing e-commerce platform refresh adds functionality and improves the digital experience.