Target is not the only organization looking for a few good retail IT start-ups.
From rolling robots and microfencing to high-tech floor mats, one-click ordering and tools for selling to potential franchisees, these emerging companies prove that one great idea is all you need to do things differently.
Nordstrom Inc. has named Kumar Srinivasan, a former technology executive at Amazon.com who has also experience with e-commerce technology providers, as CTO.
Target Corp. has reached an important milestone in its journey to launching a new retail accelerator in partnership with Boulder, Colorado-based start-up accelerator Techstars.
Urban Outfitters Inc. offers what can appear to be a random and eclectic variety of products on its shelves, but careful planning goes into the specialty chain’s store assortment.
Meeting Walmart’s product information requirements is not always easy for its suppliers, but the retailer is providing a new option that may make things a little simpler.
Target Corp. is expanding the management of its technology organization with two new executive hires.
A furniture shopper sees and feels the fabric and the design of the product, but a solid underlying structure is essential to customer satisfaction.
More powerful than a smartphone and more portable than a laptop, tablet computers offer retail design and construction professionals some unique opportunities.
Best Buy Co. Inc. is expanding a series of programs and partnerships designed to ensure the availability of a crucial IT component – human talent.