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While Amazon preps to expand Amazon Go, its cashierless retail shopping strategy, Berkeley Research Group leader Keith Jelinek offers insight on what's ahead with cashierless checkout and why consumer response is a key part of potential success.
Ricardo Belmar, senior director, worldwide enterprise product marketing at InfoVista, has been entrenched in the world of networks, technology and retail customer experience for decades. Retail Customer Experience, a Mobile Payments Today sister publication, caught up with him at the recent NRF 'Big Show' to get his perspective on what's ahead.
Karen Katz, former president and CEO of Neiman Marcus Group, and Visa CEO Alfred Kelly shared insight, expectations and strategy during a panel talk at the NRF Big Show in January on boosting the retail mobile commerce customer experience.
Wayfair is hot for mobile as it's allowing the retail home furnishing seller to drive an enhanced customer experience that is proving rewarding for the bottom line. Fast casual Panera is also benefiting from the mobile tech evolution and new digital tools are paying for themselves in terms of sales growth.
Amazon's supermarket, which boasts a cashierless checkout, is open to the masses after a year in beta with Seattle-based company employees. Retail industry pundits, not surprisingly, have a lot to say about the public launch.
Verifone North America President Joe Mach shares insight on what retailers are doing, the big trends in play with customer experience and how consumers are spurring trends and retail customer experience strategies.
Marriott International's David Kepron will share his insights on the pervasiveness of digital media and how its integration to consumers' lives at the upcoming CONNECT: The Mobile CX Summit.
Every retailer and restaurant is going mobile or has gone mobile but a successful strategy to meld it with the physical customer experience takes work. Lots of work.
Retailers not using Internet of Things technology may soon want to investigate its potential given big opportunities to boost the customer experience and save big bucks.
While 84 percent of shoppers are using their smartphone for retail shopping purposes, retailers are facing more than a few obstacles when it comes to downloads of a branded app.
A First Data study reveals e-gift card usage is on the climb, driven by those ages 18 to 34. The biggest card buyers are those ages 35 to 54. The main reason is convenience.
Defining Internet of Things as intelligent interaction between humans and things to exchange information is easy enough, but assessing how and where IoT is playing, or should play, within the retail customer experience is a bit more difficult.
Digital gurus at Dunkin' Donuts and Pita Pit offer up real-life insight on mobile app strategy.
There are more than a few big reasons Wal-Mart is advancing its mobile retail customer experience and the big one is consumers want a smooth, fast, easy experience. In fact, they're demanding it.
If there is one reason retailers must move forward with a mobile app strategy it’s this: consumers not paying in cash spend an average of 13 percent more when it’s a mobile payment experience.
John Costello, Dunkin’ Brands president, global marketing and innovation, doesn’t mince words when it comes to the state of retail and what retailers must do to survive and beat the competition.
Kohl's customers can now tap Apple Pay to use their store charge cards and not miss out on earning loyalty rewards in the process.
The Arizona-based retailer knows its customer have become mobile-device obsessed, so it has worked with Verifone to expand its digital strategy.
Panera Bread is still going full throttle in expanding payment strategies to reduce consumer friction points and enhancing the customer experience.
Executives gathered in Miami this week to discuss the smartphone's impact with millennials and the fast casual industry.