Retailers' Store Systems Priorities for 2011 Revealed at ARTS/RIS/IHL Session

Be the first to hear where retailers are prioritizing their Store Systems investments in 2011 at the release of the 8th annual RIS/IHL Store Systems Study. Held in conjunction with ARTS (Association for Retail Technology Standards), this dynamic session will not only highlight budget and store count plans for 2011 but where retailers are looking for improved functionality from their store systems investments. Copies of the study will be provided to all attendees at the session, which will take place on Monday, January 10 from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in Room 3D09, Expo Hall.

IHL Group President Greg Buzek will detail the roles mobile couponing, loyalty programs and business intelligence will play in next-generation POS. Attendees will gain a greater understanding of the effects mobile devices are having on the store systems environment.

In addition, the session will provide a detailed overview from an expert panel on the process initiatives that ARTS executive director Richard Mader and the ARTS organization are undertaking to enable more effective store systems implementations:

• Andrew Paradise, CEO of AisleBuyer, will highlight the ARTS Mobile Blueprint 2.0
• Marianne Gregory, director, Glenture Group, will highlight Version 2 of Data Warehouse Standards
• Wilson Zorn, senior enterprise architect, Adidas, will highlight how the apparel group uses business modeling to improve results.

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