October 2019

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October 2019

RIS' featured content from October 2019, including, hot articles, an infographic, and two special reports.

RIS brings you on an exclusive photo tour of American Dream and reveals the megamall’s tech dreams for its future retail tenants and shoppers.

Which twenty-five retailers are knocking it out of the park when it comes to their work environment and who beat out Vans, Costco Wholesale, Nike, and Wegmans in the “Top-Rated Workplaces: Best Retailers" list? Find out now.

In this unique Special Report, RIS uncovers why a small group of retailers are scoring big gains in the battle for consumers and how they are reshaping the competitive landscape. Join us as we examine consumer behaviors in grocery retail and the significant steps retailers are taking and the technologies they are implementing to respond to them.

Do you want to improve the customer experience and alleviate everyday issues bogging down operations? Learn how integrated supply chain technology incorporating real-time information and management capabilities can help.

In order to deliver a more modern customer experience and retailer services that increase engagement, retailers need to marry front-end operations to back-end operations. Download this exclusive infographic to discover how to suceed by building efficient digital processes on both side

Engaging Mobile Tech for Shoppers and Associates

Retailers need an enterprise-wide, unified mobile strategy to be successful. This special report paints a picture of the mobile tech that’s captivating both shoppers and associates, as well as where the future of mobility is headed, leaving you with inspiration and tactics to perfect your own mobile retail strategy.

Digital is down slightly, store sales dropped, and the company is gearing up to name a new CEO. Get the latest on BB&B’s store closing plans and efforts to steer the business into the beyond.  

Bill McDermott has stepped down after a decade building up SAP. Find out which two executives will fill his shoes and set the course for the enterprise application software company.