Channels -> Retail
Putting POS in the palm of your hand
TISSL's Stuart Coetzee extols the virtue of mobile POS devices. As tools in a restaurant's armoury that can speed up ordering and table service and make for happier diners, more upselling and increased table turn, they are hard to beat.
Stuart Coetzee, TISSL | 11th April 2013
My Top Tech Predictions for 2013
From the demise of the network provider to the rise in influence of 'social signals' and open source solutions, technology expert Ruth Cheesley, founder of Virya Technologies, reveals her top tech predictions for 2013.
Ruth Cheesley, Virya Technologies | 18th January 2013
It's 8 PM: Do you know where your orders are?
In a matter of a decade, retail has come to mean multiple sales channels that include not just stores but also e-commerce, m-commerce (mobile), f-commerce (Facebook), s-commerce (social) and v-commerce (video-enabled).
Craig Sears-Black, Manhattan Associates | 9th November 2012
The Adoption & Economics of Omni-Channel Retailing
Andy Tudor, Head of Multichannel Solutions at Retail Assist, comments on retail's move from 'multi-channel' to 'omni-channel'. What does this mean for the industry and what kind of take-up can we expect for this new distribution model?
Andy Tudor, Retail Assist | 16th May 2012
ME Commerce - Moving your IT strategy from 'multiple channels' to 'multichannel'
Andy Tudor of retail IT solutions provider Retail Assist discusses the opportunities open to retailers when introducing and integrating multiple channels. He focuses in particular on the challenges and benefits surrounding mobile commerce.
Andy Tudor, Retail Assist | 31st January 2012
Mac accessibility improved in Lion, the latest OS X
Apple has announced the next version of OS X, the operating system for Macs, called Lion. It has 250+ new features, including 11 specific accessibility features and several more that could have...
Peter Abrahams, Bloor Research | 21st June 2011
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