Move over Millennials, Gen Z (currently ages 10-17) consumers have arrived and despite their youthful age, retailers must take them seriously.
Recent trends show some retailers thriving, and others filing … for bankruptcy. Though it’s easy to say ‘you need to listen to customers, diversify, follow trends, take risks, etc.” it is more difficult to begin this process with so many options.
As businesses continue to evolve and strive to present a superior user experience to their customer base, the needs of the POS systems they use to back their sales efforts also need to evolve.
When you think of buying an item what’s your first step? Is it to search online for that product or do you go directly to the store and purchase? Likely it’s a mixture of online and in-store.
Our team was in “Retail Disneyland,” also known as New York City, for NRF last week. We had a fantastic week and had the opportunity to meet so many great people! Below are a few of our key takeaways from Retail’s Big Show.
As the second day of NRF Retail's Big Show kicks off Day 1 may already seem like a distant blur. If you didn't get a chance to stop by our amazing, double-decker booth yesterday, we shot some footage to fill you in on what you missed.
Vegas temperatures may have dropped this past week, but CES was just heating up.
Increasingly it no longer matters to consumers whether they are online or in-store: they expect a combination of entertainment, convenience and increasingly so, personalization.
While global corporations like Amazon and Sephora may have been the first to jump on omnichannel retail, small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are also ideal candidates.
Online shopping is king. It’s simple, it’s fast, (it’s an awesome distraction from work) and can be done anywhere. But if online shopping is king, in-store is queen.
2016 is in the books. To help with the holiday hangover and get you excited for the new year, we compiled a list of our top retail resources from the past 12 months in order to get you geared up for 2017.
Several new retail technologies are emerging today, and they can make the customer experience more convenient and enjoyable. We'll look at three of these popular trends—the Internet of Things, 3D printing, and augumented/virtual reality—to see how you might incorporate them into your stores in the new year.
Here are some interesting facts about data. Every day, the world generates 2.5 quintillion bytes of data. That is 25 with 17 zeroes. 90% of the world’s data has been generated in the past 2 years alone.