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5 Omni-channel Retailing Examples in 2018

5 Omni-channel Retailing Examples in 2018

As online-only retailers continue to see expanded success, traditional brick-and-mortar stores must turn to new strategies to keep up with customer demand. Today’s retail environment demands that the customer shopping journey be a seamless one as it transitions from a physical store to a smartphone app to an interactive catalog (or   Read More


E-commerce Credit Card Fraud: The Growing Challenge

E-commerce Credit Card Fraud: The Growing Challenge

Just as the word “e-commerce” has come to refer to a menagerie of different specialized markets, so e-commerce credit card fraud comes in many different guises. As the great pace of retail evolution dictates that retailers’ transaction processes are constantly changing, so the frauds change with them.

In a bid to   Read More


The ROI for RFID Technology in Retail

The ROI for RFID Technology in Retail

Over recent years, we’ve witnessed a resurgence of interest and substantial growth in the use of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology in retail—a veritable RFID renaissance—with more than six billion tags used in 2016 alone, not just in apparel, but for other categories and uses as well.

We wanted to find   Read More


Keeping Pace with the Global Retail Supply Chain

Keeping Pace with the Global Retail Supply Chain

The retail supply chain network is a critical component of the retail machine. While many view the heart of retail as the interactions and events that happen within the store, this support system has always fueled the way. Through a complex web of processes and activity, a well-managed supply chain   Read More


Grocery E-commerce: Are We Ready?

Grocery E-commerce: Are We Ready?

Omni-channel retailing is growing and evolving in every aspect of retail as consumers continue to look for fast, efficient, and convenient ways to buy their goods and services—and that trend is taking hold in the grocery industry as well. The channel is poised for growth. Although only 12 percent of   Read More