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Both/And and the True Nature of Retail: Top 20 Takeaways from NRF, Part 1

Walmart, Amazon, JD.com and Alibaba.com are among retailers optimizing core business while innovating new ones. You should too.

Both/And and the True Nature of Retail: Top 20 Takeaways from NRF, Part 2

In the most amazing combination of revolutionary and totally boring ever, we as consumers have evolved from shopping in stores, to ordering online and waiting, to ordering online and picking up from a locker, back at the store.

Fashion retailers need only two words to describe the frenetic pace of change taking place within their industry: Amazon and Zara.

Mobility and cross-channel solutions are still high on the list of investment for retailers and brands.

This year previous areas of investment should see big return, with social commerce, in-store technologies, and artificial intelligence becoming more widely adopted and fully integrated into the everyday shopping experience.

In case you missed these in 2018, it's not to late to catch the top 10 stories of last year.

A new digital core can optimize your mission-critical processes, create new capabilities to better understand and anticipate customer needs, and provide a foundation that lets you take advantage of emerging technologies such as big data, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML).

Despite the efforts of some major American big-box chains, most retailers continually overlook the opportunity to serve U.S. Hispanic consumers in authentic and resonant ways — especially during the holiday season.

This special issue is a guide to suppliers of software and related IT solutions to the apparel marketplace, including vendor contact information, operating system requirements and a round-up of functions and services.

The profile system is based on specific body types that have been created through extensive and “high touch” development processes that involve actually trying various garments on varying body types.

At the Equipment Zone, customers can engage with product experts and run test print samples using their own files on the Epson dye-sublimation, signage, photography and direct-to-garment (DTG) solutions.

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