Retail Technology

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Retail Technology

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The coming AI revolution in retail and consumer products
How companies are thinking about implementing intelligent automation in their businesses.
Jo Malone recording RGR at NRF 2019
Investing in creativity
Retail Gets Real Episode 105: The “English scent maverick” discusses how she is changing the world of fragrance.
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Girls' Lounge at NRF 2019: The evolution of Retail session
3 ways data leads the way for retail disruption
“Data is at the forefront of everything, and the customer is the center of everything.”
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Katia Beauchamp of Birchbox recording podcast
Birchbox CEO on the evolution of the disruptive beauty brand
Retail Gets Real Episode 104: CEO Katia Beauchamp on how the brand appeals to casual customers.
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The very near future of AI and automation in retail
Episode 103 of Retail Gets Real: Insights from IBM and NRF’s groundbreaking global study on AI and automation.
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Target CEO Brian Cornell
4 keys to retail success from Target CEO Brian Cornell
Video from the main stage at NRF 2019: Retail’s Big Show.
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NRF's IT-CIO Council is comprised of retailing’s most prominent chief information officers, collaborating to take a proactive stance on creating new technology environments while sharing ideas and experiences.

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Technology articles from STORES magazine

February 18, 2019
Trust and courage
January 28, 2019
How one savvy startup may be changing the future of food waste
January 21, 2019
Automation in groceries could be the next step in want it-need-it-get-it now
January 8, 2019
Retailers seek solutions to escalating dilemma of online returns
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Retail technology standards

NRF and international technology standards consortium Object Management Group (OMG) have formed a new partnership to manage the functions previously performed by NRF’s Association for Retail Technology Standards (ARTS) division.

Download standards and resources that help retailers solve complex problems and stay ahead of the technology curve.