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It’s not too early to think about the upcoming holiday season. This is part one of a two-part series on retail crime trends.
The latest statistics on global retail sales, e-commerce, physical stores trends, consumer challenges, and headwinds.
Taking a look at the modern world's most valuable brands and the strategies that continue making them successful.
The connection between GPS, Wi-Fi, and social media continues to impact the modern world as technology continues to grow and innovate.
Here, we provide some definite answers on the start and adoption rates of RFID, we seek more contactless answers with self-checkout, and we travel on the internet and discover more things.
It might be surprising, but the original purpose of the cash register was to stop theft. The inventor was James Ritty, a saloonkeeper in Dayton, Ohio.
Let’s continue this exploration of the past to discover the success of the future. In Part 2, we review e-commerce, smartphones, and robots. Now ubiquitous in our lives, how did they get their start and what can we expect in the future?
Today’s barcode started out as a finger drawing on Miami Beach by inventor John Woodland in the late 1940s. The inspiration was a frustrated supermarket manager.
Tony D’Onofrio is the global CEO of Prosegur’s Global Retail Business, where he regularly engages with the world’s largest retailers to provide innovative and holistic security solutions.
Attending NRF 2022 in New York last week was surreal on multiple levels, according to Tony D'Onofrio.