Justin’s®, a nut butter and peanut butter cup manufacturer, uses GoSpotCheck to run its field activation team, collect data points surrounding demos and evaluate product launches.
According to a 2015 study from RSR Research, 60% of retailers consider price optimization “very valuable” but only 34% of retailers have deployed a solution and are satisfied with the results. It’s taken more than 15 years for the industry to come around to this thinking, and as more retailers choose to deploy a pricing solution, they must keep in mind that pricing is a process and one that can be critical to organization’s success or failure.
Giant Eagle is a leading supermarket chain that operates more than 400 stores and retail support centers. The company employs more than 34,000 team members and generates more than $9 billion annually. Like many other retailers, Giant Eagle faces growing complexity in executing its store operations and customer engagement strategies: an increase in product launches, bigger stores, omni-channel demands, localized offerings, and compliance with new OSHA and FDA laws.
Listen in as Andrew Bagrin, founder and CEO of My Digital Shield, talks to Innovative Retail Technologies’ Chief Editor, Erin Harris, about four important ways small to midsize retailers can and should secure their businesses against hackers and cyber-attacks this holiday shopping season.
Listen in as Molham Aref, CEO and Kevin Sterneckert, Executive VP of Marketing at Predictix talk to Innovative Retail Technologies’ Editor in Chief, Erin Harris, about how machine learning is used in retail and how it improves merchandising and supply chain operations. During this insightful podcast, Aref and Sterneckert define machine learning and outline the benefits for retailers who adopt it to improve the decision-making process.
Listen in as Matt Pillar and Erin Harris discuss the exciting changes coming to Integrated Solutions For Retailers.
In this informative podcast, Dave Finnegan, CIO at Orvis, shares with Erin Harris three specific ways to drive a culture of innovation inside the organization and why SMRs especially are in the perfect position to adopt innovative solutions and processes to improve the guest experience.
Join ISR’s Executive Editor, Erin Harris, as she talks to Adan Pope, CTO at ShopperTrak about the Internet of Things’ (IoT) impact on retail. During this insightful podcast, you’ll learn the true definition of IoT and why it matters to retailers of every size. You’ll also learn what IoT done right looks like in today’s evolved retail landscape.
|Tech Spending 2015: The Any-Channel Revolution Takes Shape||Tier 1 Best Practices On An SMR Budget||Mobile In Retail: Reality Sets In|
|In 2014, retail investments focused on the consumer experience. In 2015, retail technology spending will meet shoppers’ collective calls for seamless engagement in any channel.||New technologies are helping small to midsize retailers understand their business better and are leveling the playing field with the big retailers.||With brand-new, digital paths-to-purchase, retailers are absorbing what those changes mean to their businesses — step up or get left behind.|
The In-Store Systems and Operations resource center focuses on products and content in the Kiosk, Digital Signage, Merchandise Management, Payment Processing, POS Peripheral, POS Solution, Workforce Management, Task Management, and In-Store Mobile Technology.
Kiosks and Digital Signage include in-store and exterior displays of any scale that utilize unique features, graphics, tablets, displays, and other technology to attract customers and/or allow them to interact with products. These displays can include point-of-purchase displays, retail display kiosks, and interactive kiosks.
Merchandise management software helps retailers manage merchandising, inventory control, sales promotion, and other topics. Merchandise management solutions allow you to analyze, order, price, and distribute your inventory throughout your channels, often with real-time data. Many merchandise management solutions integrate with ERP systems and other common software.
POS Peripherals and POS Solutions encompass the large range of POS hardware and software that is available to retailers. POS peripherals include cash registers, cash drawers, receipt printers, mobile printers, tablets, handhelds, rugged devices, and more. POS solutions encompass the different types of POS software that is available including on-premise, software-as-a-service, and hybrid services.
Workforce Management and Task Management software provide retailers with a way to electronically approve, execute, and verify tasks, track employee time, schedule and monitor shifts, predict shift requirements, and much more.
Erin Harris, the Chief Editor of Innovative Retail Technologies (IRT), and Jim Roddy, the President of IRT and Business Solutions, have been named Top Retail Influencers for 2016 by Vend, a developer of POS software.
Today, on average, IT departments spend 80% of their time just “keeping the lights on.” What if you could remove the burden of managing infrastructure operations without giving up control?
Dan Gilmore, Editor-in-Chief, Supply Chain Digest, Greg Holder, CEO and Co-Founder, Compliance Networks, Camille Fratanduono, VP of Merchandising Operations, Pep Boys, and Richard Wilhjelm, VP of Business Development, Compliance Networks define and discuss the impact of vendor performance management solutions for minimizing late deliveries and troubles, and maximizing fill-rates and ASN accuracy.
Camille Fratanduono, Vice-President, Merchandising Operations, The Pep Boys - Manny, Moe & Joe describes the importance of a benchmarking and collaboration between retailers and suppliers for driving supply chain performance improvement.
Dan Gilmore, Editor-in-Chief, Supply Chain Digest, Greg Holder, CEO and Co-Founder, Compliance Networks, Camille Fratanduono, VP of Merchandising Operations, Pep Boys, and Richard Wilhjelm, VP of Business Development, Compliance Networks define and discuss retail out-of-stocks.