Retailers rely on barcoding systems to enhance efficiency and productivity in a number of processes such as receiving, inventory management, and checkout. Retail operators may unknowingly sabotage the productivity of their stores, however, by using barcoding systems that don’t provide the functionality their operations require.
The retail industry sales outlook is pretty healthy, with a 3 percent annual growth rate through the next three years, according to a Zebra Technologies-IHL Group Study. The growth reflects an increasing investment in technology by retailers to improve operations...
Seven in 10 retailers will be investing in Internet of Things technologies as a way to improve customer experience, according to the newly released 2017 Retail Vision Study from Zebra Technologies. The report claims nearly 70 percent of retail decision...
Implementing a free guest Wi-Fi can pay off in more ways than one and by 2017 an estimated 56 percent of retailers will be on board. But every retailer needs to be in the game.
When you tag it, you can see it, measure it, and learn from it. Tagging gives you visibility into your business so you can make the right decisions, at the right time, with the right information. Find out more from Zebra.
Savvy retailers rely on Zebras thermal printers and supplies to help reduce operating and labor costs and build customer loyalty. Thats likely why many of the largest U.S. retailers have installations of more than 1,000 Zebra® printers each, and most of the top U.S. retailers use Zebra mobile printers.
For more than two decades, Sterling Services has offered fresh cuisine selections for vending, dining room management and executive catering to customers in the Detroit Metro area. Sterling Services has broken new ground with Fast Track Convenience powered by Freedom Shopping, self-checkout convenience stores that use RFID technology.
The Bargain! Shop (TB!S) is a rapidly expanding, Canadian-owned retail chain with over 250 stores, located mainly in smaller communities and neighborhoods across the country. It carries a wide range of brand-name quality products for the home and family: electronics,...
Motorola showcased its kiosks with printing capabilities at the National Retail Federation’s Big Show in New York City. Motorola, creator of MK500 kiosks used for price checking, partnered with Zebra Technologies, a company specializing in kiosk printing applications, to design a printer for the machine.
The National Retail Federation's BIG Show is hitting New York Jan. 9-12.
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