This week in Retail IT news, mobile POS usage is expected to triple, a U.S. senator issues a “code of conduct” for how stores should use data collected from retail activity, and SaaS companies help marketing efforts.
This week’s news includes growth among independent grocers, convenience stores considering pre-paid credit cards, and “smart shelves” developed for supermarkets.
This week, report shows consumer view of mobile wallet programs, and hospitality trends include digital room service.
In this week’s news, a survey reveals online shoppers will spend more than others this holiday season and providing free Wi-Fi has ROI for retailers.
This week, news focuses on the influence technology will have on the restaurant industry, changing demands for loyalty program technology, and Millennials’ technology-related preferences to find travel information.
This week’s news includes a reminder from Isis that the mobile wallet market is growing, a survey that shows supermarket apps have marked ROI, and a warning that cyber criminals target small convenience stores.
This week’s news includes a projection for an increase in holiday spending, retailers turning to technology to help find the right employees, and a study shows consumers are influencing business strategy.
In the news, resort sales are making a comeback, c-stores are competing with QSRs for dining dollars, and one vision for the future of restaurants is filled with hi-tech trends.
In this week’s news, your convenience stores clients could see ROI from mobile payments, e-tobacco products are moving to brick and mortar stores, and grocery prices are on the rise.
In this week’s news, mobile payment technology use is growing among small businesses, a study shows that companies are investing in Big Data, and crowdsourcing data analytics could help retailers.