To stand out in a vast sea of options, retailers are using clienteling technology to connect with consumers and deliver the personalized assistance that converts shoppers into repeat buyers — even if that encounter is now conducted at a distance.
Changes in customer shopping behavior throughout 2020 have accelerated the shift to e-commerce, and Walmart was “well positioned to catch and ride these waves," resulting in U.S. e-commerce sales swelling 79%. RIS takes a look at three things helping Walmart keep up with shifting shopper trends and demand.
Consumer shopping trends are pressing convenience stores to pivot, but many operators have experienced roadblocks in adding modern services. Uncover how tech solutions can provide the flexibility needed to overcome legacy store IT infrastructure without ripping out current systems.
The change from DTC to B2B for office furniture retailer Vari was a tremendous shift that required pivoting the company’s strategy, people and technology. Learn how it readied itself to manage the pandemic-prompted work-from-home surge.
During this hyper-competitive retail landscape, Ulta Beauty is getting creative in its efforts to build loyal customers, including leveraging digital experiences and experimenting with mobile point-of-sale to develop personalized interactions.
Whether selling or shopping in 2020, the only thing that can be expected is the unexpected. To help retailers craft their last minute strategies, RIS dove into the data and talked with experts to provide ammo for peak selling season twists and turns.
Walmart has turned two stores into labs centers to explore new solutions to operate stores as both physical shopping destinations and online fulfillment centers. From an augmented reality app, to contact-free checkout, learn what it’s testing.