“Workforce is affecting everyone. There are more jobs than qualified applicants.
From my perspective, reducing their physical footprint is a challenge many retailers are facing in the New Year.
This time last year, in the cover story of our January 2017 issue titled, “What’s Next For Retail?” we made some predictions on what would happen in our industry over the course of 2017.
Technology advancements have abounded this year. From retail robots, to the introduction of shopping through augmented reality, technology has become an essential part of retail development.
2017 was an exciting year for retail. Evolving technology, changing consumer preferences, and political shakeups all had a large impact on our industry.
RSR just published their annual benchmark on the Internet of Things (IoT) and a couple of things became clear.
Few industries rival toys for the need to know what’s hot and what’s not. Buyers who stay abreast of the latest trends — from re-introduced classics to the latest innovations in tech toys — are one step ahead of the competition in being able to attract the attention of shoppers in their stores.
Advances in technology have paved the way for highly sophisticated front-end solutions designed to streamline tasks for retail store management.
Amazon recently announced they are launching a program called Amazon Key.
The latest iPhone update, iOS 11, comes with augmented reality built in. The iPhone uses ARKit, a framework that allows you to easily create augmented reality apps and experiences for iPhone users.