This year at NRF, Inclusion brought some highlights from its New York Experience Lounge. Although the "Big Show" has come and gone, the Lounge itself is still open for visits for a limited time, at the company's headquarters at Broadway and Houston.
From low-bandwidth video to eco-friendly communication, the tablet will transform retail even more than it already has.
At this year's Customer Engagement Technology World, OnCue Technologies brought a demo unit of an interactive POS system for retail which features audio and video response. Sy Walker, OnCue's VP of product development, walks us through the features of the machine in this video.
Retail strategist discusses how to bring certain characteristics of the e-commerce world to the brick-and-mortar store.
A L'Oreal retail kiosk in the Bryant Park subway station gives New Yorkers a high-tech beauty consultation.
Although payment options abound, cash should remain part of your business operation.
The benefits of predictive analytics in retail could outweigh the potential for consumer concern.
At this year's NRF show, Zebra Technologies demonstrated its new in-store technology that uses tablets for an assisted shopping and checkout experience.
In-store navigation systems appeal to retailers looking to gain shopper insight and boost customer engagement.
The radical new operating system is leading to the kind of products that people need to see and touch.
The show's Mobile Engagement Zone is bigger than ever despite the unpredictable weather.
CETW in New York City is set to open; here's what to look for this year.
Tech originally used to accept cell phone parking payments now coming to vending, kiosks.
A step-by-step on how to pull off your version of Emart's innovative marketing campaign.
Joseph Grove of Retail Customer Experience discussed the solution with Kaseya's Ray Barber.
CETW rolls into the city by the bay this week, showcasing kiosks, digital signage and customer-engaging tech.
ZoomSystems showed two automated retailing solutions at NRF 2012 designed to prevent the theft of small, high-dollar items like razor cartridges. The aisle- and shelf-friendly kiosks require customers to pay for the items at the point-of-purchase before they are dispensed.
Few things frustrate shoppers more than sales assistants who don't know their products or their inventories. Reality Interactive's Jetty Hartsky shows off her company's iPad-based POD solution to that very problem: the sales e-binder.
NCR used its booth at the fall 2011 CETW to showcase its endless-aisle solution. It enables retailers to bring their e-commerce functionality into the store for use when customers want products not currently in stock.
Ron Bowers from Frank Mayer & Associates demonstrated modifications to the SlideBuy, a movable digital sign, at Customer Engagement Technology World.