The POS has never been the most flashy or talked-about solution in the retail IT environment.
Amazon.com has been announcing a lot of new distribution centers lately, and now is opening a new IT office dedicated to logistics, as well as a new physical pick-up location.
Purdys Chocolatier, a 74-unit Canadian chain based in Vancouver, British Columbia, has launched a new digital shopping experience.
Bob Dylan sang “The Times They Are A Changin’” more than 50 years ago, but the sentiment is very current in the world of digital commerce.
The do-it-yourself vertical is all about getting things done correctly, and Ace Hardware International is building the proper foundation for seamless commerce.
Ralph Lauren Corp. is seeking to rectify what it acknowledges have been operational mistakes with a program of cuts and organizational streamlining it calls “The Way Forward Plan.”
Today’s retailers face significant challenges as online increases its share of wallet, mall-based stores stumble, technology requirements mount, and customer engagement remains elusive for many.
The expansion of online fulfillment availability is giving retailers new avenues for selling goods via the Internet.
Thirteen is a lucky number when it comes to Dollar General Corp.’s supply chain operation.
Canadian retail conglomerate The Loblaw Cos. Inc. is pulling up stakes on store-based operations of its Joe Fresh banner in the U.S.
Amazon.com shoppers in the Midwest may be able to get a variety of goods a little quicker in the near future.
Walmart is reportedly testing the applicability of drones a little further back in the supply chain.
Incorrect fit is costing retailers billions of dollars — literally.
Amazon.com Inc. is supporting continued growth in the West and Midwest with fulfillment centers launching in the cities of Tracy and Eastvale, California, and Joliet, Illinois.
Cameron Geiger, senior VP, Walmart technology, has been appointed to the GS1 U.S. board of governors.
Amazon Marketplace sellers may want to run a little leaner this holiday season.
When it comes to supply chain leadership and best practices, a fast food chain beat out the world’s leading e-commerce and discount retailers.
Dollar General Corp. has announced plans to build what will be its 15th fqcility in the discounter’s growing distribution network.