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Canadian Tire Talks Analytics and Artificial Intelligence

Canadian Tire beat sales expectations despite bad weather. Hear how far this next-gen retailer has come in its data analytics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning progress and find out who has been appointed the new CIO.

HP's ElitePOS modernizes the traditional retail experience with a modular design that supports use cases beyond checkout and a look that seamlessly integrates with high-end retail aesthetics.

The retailer announced it had hired someone in June. Find out which IT veteran is finally starting the top position.

Starbucks is modernizing its tech stack and will begin rolling out new loyalty rewards and ordering capabilities starting this fall. Yet its plans don't stop there. Uncover how its new technology platform will unify systems and features.

Sephora’s next-gen flagship ushers in a new format for the cosmetics retailer. The new stores are overflowing with tech including a sea of tablets loaded with augmented reality software allowing shoppers to interact with the retailer’s entire product array.

As technology improves, augmented reality is finally getting real and retail projects are helping to pioneer the way, with Google and Apple at the helm. Read on to discover how six retailers are already using AR and how they are putting this next-gen feature into consumers’ hands.

As the retail industry continues to reinvent itself amid increasing competition and changing market conditions, the value of a strong and innovative leader is more important than ever.

With so much focus on innovative and disruptive strategies, is return on investment (ROI) still relevant in retail? At the 2017 RetailTechCon, Rosalee Hermens, Chief Information Officer & Senior Vice President, True Value, will present the session " A CIO’s Journey to IT Value." In this s

Revenue is great, engagement is critical, but the ultimate measure of any business is profitability. This annual look at apparel’s most profitable features industry stalwarts like Nike and lululemon as well as a few surprises. Read on and see who made the cut this year.

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