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RIS Special Reports feature in-depth reporting and analysis on a range
of topics that are impacting retail. 

The NRF Big Show is massive, and no matter how hard you try you just can’t see it all. Check out RIS’ annual wrap up report and catch up on what you might have missed.

In this Targeted Research report strategies are uncovered where retailers are putting boots on the ground and budget dollars to work in the service of digital transformation.

RIS’ editors have handpicked the events and sessions they believe will be the most engaging, and the guide provides a short glimpse into the speakers and sessions that will define The Big Show 2019.

Retailers need an enterprise-wide mobile strategy in order to succeed in the modern retail environment. No longer just a project, mobility should be a unified part of the full retail ecosystem, from customers to employees.

Discover four cutting-edge technology innovators that are brightening the retail landscape, helping to bring their retail clients into the future of shopping.

Explore how retailers are revolutionizing the point of sale to transform the store and meet the desires of today’s shopper.

Hear from the industry’s leading experts on why and how the retailer/vendor relationship is evolving and where these vital partnerships are headed.

RIS explores three of the hottest topics in supply chain today: hyper localization, last-mile innovation and collaboration. Learn how to meet the needs of today's shoppers with a fluid and dynamic, real-time supply chain.

Despite reports to the contrary, the store is not dead, it is being reinvented.

Download the must-read RIS 2017 Software LeaderBoard to see how retail software vendors stack up in head-to-head rankings.

Download this special report to discover how providing an engaging, tailored experience requires a mix of new-school tech and old-school knowhow.

Download this Special Report to learn the three innovative point of sale strategies that matter and the retailers that are making them work.

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