A new study has identified the most popular retail POS system.
Another company has joined the constantly expanding ranks of retailers who operate proprietary innovation labs.
Unlike the softgoods retail POS market where there are two leading vendors, one vendor clearly dominates the POS market for hardgoods retailers.
A Swedish-based payments company that allows mobile shoppers to pay for a purchase after has been delivered has entered the increasingly competitive U.S. payments market.
The old-fashioned automat has been reborn as the nation’s first fully-automated, high-tech fast-food restaurant.
Retailers invest in a variety of systems to track a wide range of supply chain and sourcing activities, but often overlook the need for technology to track ethical sourcing.
Online shopping is driving more sales and foot traffic in brick-and-mortar stores than ever before.
Shoppers at The Falls, in Miami, will be able to pick up personal care and over-the-counter items without ever entering a store.
When it comes to their POS systems, specialty softgoods retailers have two clear preferences.
Much has been said lately about the proliferation of mobile and online shopping. But brick-and-mortar retail continues to thrive – a fact that tends to get glossed over.