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Download this Retail IQ report and discover how leading retailers are leveraging in-store digital technology to ensure associates are able to provide consumers with the personalized service they demand.

Will a merger and mobile first web platform turn things around for the maternity clothing retailer, which suffered a $32.8 million net loss?

New technologies are being introduced at an unprecedented pace, making truly game-changing innovations more difficult to pick out from the crowd.

Starbucks pilots on command coffee orders powered by artificial intelligence and works on solving the problem of rapid customer adoption of its Mobile Order & Pay technology.

Brian Kinsella, Vice President, Product Management, Manhattan Associates talks to RIS News' Executive Editor Tim Denman about supply chain, the automation of the distribution center, and more, during NRF's 2017 Big Show in New York.

While retailers continue to work toward a truly unified approach to payment other challenges stand in the way to providing a great experience.

The trends that will dominate the industry over the next year as retailers continue to invest in game-changing tech to differentiate themselves from the competition.

Download this Technology Solutions Guide and learn how today’s POS units help fostering shopper loyalty, arm associates with vital enterprise and consumer information, disseminate marketing messages, and so much more.

In order to earn shopper loyalty in a fiercely competitive market, retailers not only must be customer focused, they must be customer obsessed.

Download this Trendagram and discover how grocers both big and small are leveraging innovative digital technology and strategies to increase basket size.

The largest furniture retailer in the United States, empowers retail associates with mobile devices and omnichannel capabilities.

The new wayfinding technology is bringing the stagnant directory to life at the Mall of America.

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