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Innovation Transforms Shoppers

Keeping smarter-than-ever shoppers the focus of retail decisions was the theme of the sixth annual RIS News Retail Technology Conference

Guess Continues Innovation with Mobile Apps and Social CRM

Guess has been on the forefront of adoption when it comes to leveraging emerging technologies to improve its business. These technologies have helped the retailer triple in revenue at a time when other retailers were treading water.

From multi-channel versus omni-channel, the convergence of marketing and merchandising and localization versus globalization, learn more about the key takeaways from RTC 2012.

It is important for retailers to increase the effectiveness of offers, promotions, personalization and relevancy. At the RIS News Retail Technology Conference, April 11-13, Jeff Tanner of Baylor University, will examine how one major retailer accomplished these goals.

At the RIS News Retail Technology Conference, April 11-13 at the Ritz Carlton Grande Lakes, Orlando, FL Chris Hazelton of The 451 Group, will offer tips on which tablet functions offer the biggest bang for the buck, and identifies best practices for training, device management and security.

POS systems are in a state of evolution, shifting away from traditional fixed unit stations and focused more on new options that include mobile POS, thin-client POS and even POS in the cloud.

Omni-channel retailing has opened up new opportunities for retailers and also exposed points.

Share experiences with IT deployments, traps to avoid, best practices and more in a unique closed-door session.

At the RIS News Retail Technology Conference retail expert Daniel Neukomm, strategy and corporate development for La Jolla Group., will provide insight on how to survive and thrive in a daily deal world using social and online.

Retailers need to ensure their store remains a vital asset and channel for growth. Kevin Wright, vice president of application services for Nebraska Book Company explains at the RIS News Retail Technology Conference.

At the RIS News Retail Technology Conference, retail expert Bill Wood, vice president and CIO of Brookstone, will explain how retailers' relationships with customers need to extend beyond the point of purchase, cementing customer loyalty and serving as a useful differentiator.

Retailing expert Wendy Leibmann, CEO of WSL Strategic Retail, will share how retailers can actively shape the shopper's journey in her keynote address at the RIS News Retail Technology Conference.