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Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)

Download this special report to discover the three key technological advancements that are helping innovative retailers stay ahead of the curve in the store: POS, Inventory, and Employee Engagement.

RFID can provide retailers with measurable benefits. Here are five ways that employees empowered with RFID can make a measurable difference in retail operations that span hundreds or even thousands of stores.

The five cutting-edge retailers highlighted in this cover story are driving the industry forward thanks to a dedication to technological innovation that furthers their unique position in the market.

In order to maximize its available inventory and streamline the last mile of fulfillment Target is undertaking the largest RFID deployment of its kind.

Deciding on the retailers to examine for our annual Five Retailers That Matter feature involved a fair amount of deliberation. And while the decision to include one retailer and exclude another could be debated, one thing is certain: all five retailers that made the final cut truly matter.

New technologies are being introduced at an unprecedented pace, making truly game-changing innovations more difficult to pick out from the crowd.

According to various reports Hudson's Bay is in talks to buy Macy's. Should the deal advance from rumor to reality it could have large scale implications for the two retailers and the industry. Hear the experts take on what the potential acquisition could mean.

Executives from lululemon and adidas revealed at NRF how their RFID implementations paved the way for executing omnichannel strategies.

Ryan Parker, General Manager, Responsive Retail, Intel talks to RIS News' Executive Editor Tim Denman about IoT, 3D printing, artificial intelligence, and more, during NRF's 2017 Big Show in New York.

RIS News Editorial Director Joe Skorupa talks to Todd Kelly, Vice President, Solutions Engineering, Cradlepoint, about digitizing retail, during NRF's 2017 Big Show in New York.

Retailers should take a two-pronged approach to analytics and think strategically to not only deliver near term, but also build a foundation to solve “the next business problem.” 

Target continues to invest in innovation in both back-end systems and customer-facing technology to streamline its digital business and grow the bottom line. Learn how the retailer's latest tech investments helped spur a 26% increase in sales.

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