In this ever-changing, fast-paced world, it is no wonder that retail businesses must adapt to how consumers shop.
Watch out Uber, Amazon may just steal away your drivers. The online giant is launching an Uber-like program, called Flex, which uses on-demand independent contractors to deliver Amazon packages.
Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) is launching a wide-ranging cost-cutting initiative and corporate realignment strategy, with omnichannel technology at the center.
RSR Research’s Brian Kilcourse discusses the ways that retailers work to meet the ominchannel expectations of their customers.
Though 83% of marketers believe traditional advertising is the most effective means of influencing buying decisions, only 47% of consumers say they trust it, according to a new study from Expercity.
A new e-commerce site from True Religion sees them embracing omnichannel.
Verizon Enterprise Solutions has identified some trends for retail IT going into the holiday season.
Cell phone company Samsung has launched its solution for mobile payment in the U.S.
eBay Enterprise has announced a new partnership with visual commerce platform Curalate.
IBM is continuing its foray into the retail solutions game. The company announced its Retail Consumer Experience Platform, which is designed to allow retailers to get more personal with customers.