High street retailers are under pressure from online competition, but the use of video technology could benefit in-store operations and keep consumers coming into the shops. With innovations being introduced in stores such as Whole Foods installing a robotic barista in the US, video technology within the retail industry could be a positive step.
British grocery e-commerce service provider Ocado Solutions has gone into partnership with Japan’s largest retailer Aeon to improve Japan’s online grocery business using the Ocado Smart Platform (OSP).
UK fast-fashion retailer Quiz has selected US-based personalisation platform True Fit to improve the shopping experience for customers.
Information technology company Tulip has launched its completely redesigned mobile point-of-sale (POS) solution with a series of enhanced features.
Retail Insight Network lists the top five terms tweeted in retail technology in October 2019, based on data from GlobalData’s Influencer Platform.
The top tweeted terms are the trending industry discussions happening on Twitter. GlobalData uses proprietary algorithms to analyse keywords and key individuals and perform a deeper analysis of what the key individuals in the industry are discussing on Twitter.
US technology company Microsoft has launched its new retail solution to enhance the online and offline shopping experience for consumers.
German technology company SAP has named artificial intelligence (AI) startup Syte as an innovation partner in order to enhance the personalisation capabilities of retailers.