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A collection of retail news, articles and other featured content about Store Systems, including point of sale, IoT, human resources, store operations, workforce management and more.

Stein Mart Files Chapter 11, Closing Stores

Off-price retailer Stein Mart filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Wednesday, adding another name to the list of struggling retailers toppled by COVID-19.

EG Group Brings Reflexis Workforce Management Tech to 500+ Locations

EG Group has implemented Reflexis’ Real-Time Task Manager and Q-Walk to help improve workforce communication and task execution.

REI is pursuing the sale of its corporate headquarters, making a move that’s reflective of today’s new work environment.

As retailers reopen, corporate leadership must consider changes to their operations and workflows in order to keep store associates and shoppers safe.

The Kroger Co. is piloting a way for shoppers to use their mobile devices to checkout using NFC technology – eliminating physical contact. Get the details.

Zebra Technologies Corporation intends to acquire Reflexis Systems, Inc., a privately-held, provider of intelligent workforce management, execution, and communication solutions for organizations in the retail, food service, hospitality and banking industries.

Despite Dick’s Sporting Goods slowing down its store growth, the sporting goods chain is opening 11 new stores in nine states this month.

Two more retailers have joined the growing list of retail casualties from the pandemic. Learn more about the bankruptcy filings of Lord & Taylor, one of America’s oldest department stores, and its owner rental clothing company Le Tote, and Tailored Brands, the parent company of Men’s Wearhouse and Jos. A. Banks.

Seven & I Holdings will acquire Speedway from Marathon Petroleum Corp. for $21 billion along with approximately 3,900 Speedway convenience stores. Learn how the move will support convenience chain 7 Eleven’s growth strategy.

A store’s internal culture is inseparable from business results, and the best-run stores have one thing in common: effective and harmonious communication within the organization.

Starbucks is leaning hard on its tech investments as it adapts to shifting consumer behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Our technology capabilities are becoming a strategic advantage for Tractor Supply,” CEO Harry Lawton said, as the retailer boasted unprecedented sales during the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out what retail technology its investing in to continue the trend.

As shoppers clamor for digital payments solutions from retailers, uncover how CVS Pharmacy will offer its customers a touch-free way to complete their purchases in stores.

A deep dive into the need for speed in forecasting, what COVID-19 has taught us about the value of statistical forecasting — and how corporate culture can make or break even the best tech stack.

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