Dan Berthiaume

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Dan Berthiaume is a recognized expert on retail technology, having covered the space since 1999. He has been interviewed on National Public Radio and Coffee Break with Game Changers, and quoted in a variety of publications. Dan also has served as a moderator and panelist at numerous industry events.  

 

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12/05/2022

Instacart launches same-day delivery of trees, seasonal décor

Instacart wants to save customers a trip to the tree lot this holiday season.
12/05/2022

Community Groceries to open frictionless store with Amazon technology

A Kansas City-based local grocer is equipping its store with Amazon “Just Walk Out” and Amazon One cashierless shopping solutions.
12/02/2022

The top reasons shoppers use buy now, pay later are…

A new survey reveals how, why and when consumers make purchases using a buy now, pay later service.
12/02/2022

Instacart unveils new suite of CPG ad solutions

Instacart continues expanding the targeted advertising capabilities it offers CPG brands.
12/02/2022

Exclusive: Amazon exec discusses how company is fighting online fraud

Amazon has advice for e-commerce retailers seeking to prevent and mediate cybercrime, based on its own successes.
12/02/2022

Mariah Carey’s holiday metaverse promotion includes virtual store

All Mariah Carey wants for Christmas is you – to visit her shoppable holiday metaverse experience.
12/02/2022

Three surprises from Cyber Week 2022

Cyber Week defied expectations in ways that should make many retailers happy.
12/01/2022

BJ’s connects advertisers with customers across channels

BJ’s Wholesale Club Holdings Inc. is joining the club of retailers operating proprietary media networks.
12/01/2022

Batteries Plus names new digital head, plans e-commerce revamp

Batteries Plus is bringing in a veteran technology executive to oversee a transformation of its e-commerce experience.
12/01/2022

Forever 21 tests ‘real’ products in the metaverse

Forever 21 is launching what it calls its first-ever “metaverse-inspired” fashion collection.