While exhausted retailers might want the 2020 holiday shopping season to be the last thing on their minds right now, there is actually no better time than the present to consider how technologies will impact your in-store experience in the year ahead. Here are four things retailers should keep in mind while building their retail strategy for 2020 and beyond.
Retailers that sell fuel face two critical, fast-approaching deadlines to upgrade their technology, and the available resources to meet them are in short supply. But the smart ones aren’t just complying with these requirements: They’re leveraging the changes to take their networks to the next level and drive their businesses forward. Find out how.
Download this Explorer Series report and discover the 10 things retailers often miss when establishing a secure environment that protects sensitive data and enables retailers to minimize impact and recover quickly from attacks.
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.
Many retailers are challenged to keep up with burgeoning consumer demands due to network architecture limitations. Download the latest chapter in the RIS Explorer Series to learn what you can do about it.
A consumer survey conducted by Radial shows that e-commerce marketplaces are impacting global online shopping trends. Sixty percent of shoppers report that purchasing products at the lowest price is most important and over half now expect free shipping. Download the survey results for the retail tactics you should prioritize this year.
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.
We’ve seen many new fraud and authentication techniques and point solution providers enter the market over the past several years, but have we really made any improvement against fraud, particularly in the payments space?
Djamel Toubrinet, Cegid; James Stratton, Ascent Enterprise Solutions; Dick Calio, R.J. Calio Consulting; and Joe Skorupa, RIS discuss how to capture missed opportunities and become a leader in today’s retail environment. This panel of industry leaders also provide tangible advice to ensure you never miss a sale.
The new head of IT will oversee the global strategy for WBA’s IT operations across all divisions and lead data analytics, business intelligence, development, support, infrastructure, security and technical services. See which retail veteran snagged the coveted, high-profile position.
The Home Depot has made a huge move to use AI to battle shrink. RIS talks with the retailer’s VP of Asset Protection, Scott Glenn, to uncover how a home improvement retailer will utilize this next-gen retail tech.
RIS’ annual look at fastest-rising retail executives features game-changing power players from across retail verticals. Every member of the list has one thing in common ― they are boldly breaking the mold on what retail can be and setting the pace for success in the face rapidly evolving technology.
The pharmacy powerhouse is superchargin its payment processor and security solutions covering more than 2,400 stores nationwide as well as its e-commerce site. See who Rite Aid turned to for the next-gen solution and how it will help the chain streamline payment across the enterprise.
Walmart has been implementing computer vision technology in new ways, including one use at the checkout for the last two years. Find out how the retailer is benefiting from this cutting-edge technology.
Retail is constantly evolving. To stay ahead retailers need to know the hot trends before they emerge. You don’t want to miss industry insider Justin Honaman’s annual look at the top retail tech trends to watch in the New Year.