VentureBeat reported today on a NASDAQ study that speaks to the disruption in retail caused by e-commerce.
Forbes contributor and Retail Minded founder Nicole Leinbach-Reyhle wrote Saturday (Aug.
Last month, we blogged about a Frost & Sullivan study that found Australian Retailers are lagging in omnichannel technology.
This month, IBM released a study indicating that Australian consumers are indeed demanding omnichannel retail experiences.
Last week, we blogged about Spring, an app that basically refers users to fashion brands’ e-commerce (and m-commerce) sites. Sort of along the same lines, TechCrunch wrote yesterday (Aug. 21) about an app called Gleam.
Sprint's new CEO Marcelo Claure doubled the amount of data availble for shared plans today, putting an end to the company's previous "Framily" plans.
Yesterday (Aug. 14), VentureBeat reported on Spring, a brand-new iOS app that promotes fashion brands directly to consumers. The app curates "lifestyle imagery" of selected products to appeal to users and of course, to generate sales.
TechCrunch reported yesterday (Aug. 13) on Starwood Hotels' two R2D2-like robotic butlers (called "Botlrs") serving guests at the company's Cupertino Aloft Hotel.
"When a guest calls down and asks for a toothbrush or extra towels, hotel employees simply load up the robot with the requested items, dial in the room number, and the Botlr handles the rest," wrote TechCrunch's Jordan Crook.
Yesterday (Aug.12), TechCrunch reported on VMBeacons (short for Visual Merchandising Beacons), mannequins that send product/purchase info for the clothes they're displaying to shoppers' phones using BLE/iBeacon technology. (See above photo.)
RetailWire reported today on a promotion Target ran in late July offering $10 off any online order of $40 or more if the customer chose in-store pickup.
"By all accounts, it could be the first or possibily a rare case of in-store pickup being incentivized," wrote RetailWire's Tom Ryan.
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