Inability to integrate labor and inventory forecasts can drag down customer experience.
New technologies, trends point to RFID making a big impact on retail in the coming months.
The initial focus of the Item Level RFID Initiative will be within the apparel sector.
All retailers use vast amounts of data to make decisions – whom to target, how to target, when to target, what to sell, how to sell, where to sell, etc. But the retailing “moment of truth”, for better or worse,...
The pendulum has swung away from generalization and back toward localization, but retailers and brands are learning how to execute locally through their existing buying models.
The new barcode standard packs more info into a smaller space, creating opportunities for retailers and saving time for shoppers.
The Redmond giant's retail test lab focuses on connecting all the moving parts of a retail enterprise, right down to the customer level.
RFID-based scanners can massively speed up checkout and cut wait times, but supply chain challenges have prevented adoption.
Business intelligence, cash management and human resources solutions from retail's Big Show.
Rigorous inventory control can keep both parties satisfied.