November 2017

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November 2017

A collection of news, articles and other featured content about November 2017.

RIS News’ highlights the trend-setting solution providers and technologies that are illuminating retail's future.

Nielsen will be the sole provider of data of the mega retailer's “Walmart One Version of Truth” program, while Jet.com will become a co-operator in Nielsen's e-commerce measurement service. Learn what this expanded relationship means for manufacturers, vendors and business partners alike.

Download this Roadmap report and discover how implementing cutting-edge solutions like digital sourcing, blockchain, IoT and RFID are helping retailers track product throughout the supply chain and get a leg up on the competition.

Learn how leading retailers are leveraging mobility throughout the enterprise to improve customer and associate engagement, streamline operations and increase the bottom line.

Download this Trendagram to discover how engaging in-store associates can improve their loyalty and help them become advanced customer advisors, leading to better customer engagement.

IoT is exploding and is changing the way people interact with their physical surroundings, each other and retailers. Read on and discover seven cutting-edge retailers leading the IoT charge.

Download this Trendagram to discover how managed services provide relief to IT departments and lessen downtime as retail goes through a digital transformation.

In today’s highly competitive retail landscape only those retailers that provide an engaging and memorable customer experience can thrive. See which five retailers are consistently providing a superior experience.

Walmart is rolling out shelf-scanning robots to 50 U.S. stores to replenish inventory faster and free up time for associates. Learn the details of this new tech.

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.