Buy-online-pickup-in-store, better known as BOPIS, isn’t just a trend — it’s becoming a staple of modern retail. RIS takes a look at how far the retail industry has come with this tech and examines where top retailers are with their BOPIS plans in 2020.
A common thread among today’s successful retailers are stores with fast, convenient, omnichannel services. Find specific smart store technologies and strategies to implement in this Targeted Research report.
In its second big c-suite move this month, Tractor Supply Company has promoted Letitia Webster, a 2018 RIS Top Women in Retail Tech award winner, to senior vice president of Ecommerce. Get the details.
Big Lots is investing in next-gen technology to curate a unified view of shoppers’ physical, digital and omnichannel journeys to provide a meaningful and memorable path to purchase and increase loyalty.
By using data insights to expand staff knowledge and deepen the customer relationship, retailers are turning new technologies into rising revenue, creating unique and personalized experiences for customers across all channels.
Retailers are radically rethinking how they use technology, pursuing new business models and creating highly personalized shopping environments that coordinate seamlessly across channels. Read about how you can enhance in-store, online and omnichannel shopping experiences, along with back-of-house operations, in this comprehensive new guide to digital transformation.
The store of tomorrow is a full-service, connected hub; integrating web, social networks, and the supply chain. To stay competitive, retailers need to be equipped with intelligent and scalable technology to offer their customers a seamless shopping experience.
Mobile technology is the link that delivers real-time, user-friendly and unified information across every retail organization. With the right mobile solutions in place, retailers can provide the personalized experience today's shoppers desire while improving organizational efficiencies.
Internet of Things technologies brings real-time visibility to the supply chain. With a sensor-based digital supply chain, businesses can transform how they manage products and shipments across channels. To do so, companies need the right strategy.
Technology is no longer a standalone, separate entity. Instead it melds effortlessly into the retailer’s business foundation, providing an agile system for delivering insightful, efficient service at every touchpoint. Find out how.
Radial surveyed 3,000 consumers in the U.S., the U.K. and Canada to better understand challenges relating to e-commerce order fulfillment and delivery. Download this exclusive eBook and discover the fulfillment trends and expectations shaping consumer satisfaction now.
How can reverse logistics processes find a middle ground for returns that are both convenient for the customer and optimal for a retailer’s bottom line? With the right technology, retailers can institute multi-channel return options and in turn, reduce wasted inventory and maintain a quality customer experience.