In the March issue of Independent Retailer, we interviewed SoftBank, the robotics company who owns Pepper, the retail robot. Though we focused on the consumer-facing implications of robotics in the retail industry, there is much more to the puzzle.
It’s about trust. Customers are loyal to brick-and-mortar locations because they trust you’ll provide the best prices, top-tier service and always take care of their personal information.
Celebrating 25 successful years in design, retail and branding, Emerald Expositions will present the Global Shop Show at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas from March 28-30, 2017.
Pepper, a humanoid robot from SoftBank robotics company, is designed to be a shopping concierge.
Faster than Black Friday shoppers to the sales rack, 2017 is upon us, and you’ve likely got an eye on things you can improve in the year ahead.
As 2017 begins to unfurl before us, one thing retailers know for certain is that cyber crime — and the need for cyber security — has only grown in scale in the past year.
The original Rocket Point of Sale software was designed from scratch exclusively for Windows by Leslie Glass, founder, and president of Rocket POS and DotDude.com Inc.
Just last month Amazon announced their pilot Amazon Go program — a cashier-less convenience store that relies entirely on technology to guide the consumer experience.
If we can guarantee one thing that’s coming in the New Year, it is change. After an extraordinary election year, an unprecedented candidate is ready to take office.
Aspectiva, a technology company specializing in online analysis for retailers, used artificial intelligence tools to conduct a survey of over 75,000 opinions on more than 40 ecommerce sites to develop a report on the state of online shopping.