Retailers are discovering tangible value in the digital realm with non-fungible tokens.
Video games are emerging as a mainstream channel for online consumer engagement, and even sales.
When innovative technology is introduced in the retail environment, sometimes its best use is not the first use.
‘On-demand’ delivery is starting to be measured in minutes, rather than hours.
Your customers are where the money is – go to them.
Sometimes my mind wanders to what “touchless” retailing really means, among other industry topics.
Amazon has all but confirmed Prime Day will take place in June – and it’s not too late to prepare.
Consumer spending is already showing signs of a post-vaccination surge, and retailers need to have the right technology to respond.
Amazon is looking to dominate all areas of retail, and there are several competitive strategies to consider.
The technology-enabled “store of the future” is developing now, in several different directions.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly evolving into a standard technology tool retailers use across the enterprise.
Having been born in 1970, I squarely land in the demographic known as Generation X.