NRF Wrap Up: Key Retail Technology Deployments Announced at NRF 2012

  • Aarons has deployed Aruba Mobile Virtual Enterprise architecture at 1,800-plus stores
  • BJ’s Wholesale Club is using RedPrairie’s Transportation Management
  • System to streamline transportation management and reduce costs
  • C. Wonder is using VeriFone GlobalBay Mobile POS as its exclusive point-of-sale system, with no fixed POS terminals in any stores
  • Central Network Retail Group (CNRG) will implement MI9 Business
  • Intelligence and Merchant to unite its 33 stores on a single platform
  • Family Dollar is deploying the Kronos WFM suite at 7,000 stores
  • Love Culture selected the Epicor Retail SaaS solution, which delivers Store, Merchandising, Audit & Operations Management and CRM modules
  • Marks & Spencer is working with NCR to pilot new multimedia zones in stores that include digital touchscreens and video walls
  • Rite Aid is using cloud-based WorkPlace OnLine scheduling at 4,700 stores
  • Saks Fifth Avenue is piloting an iPod-based mobile POS solution from Cornell-Mayo in two of its OFF 5TH outlet stores, with plans for a rollout to additional outlet and Saks stores this spring
  • Target will implement a Teradata Active Data Warehouse to manage complex user queries on large data volumes across the enterprise
  • Tesco will begin deploying the Retalix 10 Store Suite in stores worldwide
  • Urban Outfitters has selected QuantiSense Decision OrchestrationPlatform for BI and analytics
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