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March 5, 2013

By Mike Poldino, Motorola Solutions

By Mike Poldino, Motorola Solutions

Unless you have recently upgraded your point-of-sale (POS) systems, chances are the bioptic POS in your grocery store today can only scan 1D bar codes printed on the paper labels placed on items or on paper coupons. While that met the needs of yesterday’s POS, times have changed. And in order to provide your customer with the best possible experience at the POS, your POS needs to change too.

Beyond 1D — the new types of bar codes appearing in your POS lanes

July 19, 2012

By Eileen F. Mitchell, RCS Real Estate Advisors

By Eileen F. Mitchell, emitchell@rcsrealestate.com

May 14, 2012

By Steve Castro-Miller, LogMeIn, Inc.

By Steve Castro-Miller, steve@boldchat.com

November 10, 2011

Deloitte’s 26th annual holiday survey of consumer spending intentions and trends, released Thursday, found that nearly half (48%) of consumers say they most likely will shop for gifts online this holiday season – a 13% increase from last year.

New York City -- Deloitte’s 26th annual holiday survey of consumer spending intentions and trends, released Thursday, found that nearly half (48%) of consumers say they most likely will shop for gifts online this holiday season – a 13% increase from last year. 

This makes the Internet the No.1 shopping destination, now tied with discount stores, for the first time since adding the channel to Deloitte’s annual study.

October 24, 2011

When the Retail Orphan Initiative (RetailROI) was launched three years ago, its goal was to raise awareness of — and develop solutions for — orphans and other vulnerable children around the globe. Fast forward to 2011, and the charitable foundation, which is made up of IT-focused retail executives, consultants and vendors, remains laser-focused on its mission. Leveraging the power and influence of retailers, RetailROI is changing for the better the lives of vulnerable children globally.


November 8, 2010

Prysm said Tuesday that American Eagle Outfitters has chosen Prysm’s freeform display solution to transform.

New York City Prysm said Tuesday that American Eagle Outfitters has chosen Prysm’s freeform display solution to transform its new flagship store in the SoHo of New York City.

The American Eagle Outfitters store is the first installation of the Prysm Laser Phosphor Display solution, which incorporates high-definition stackable display building blocks.

August 31, 2008

Retailers love e-mail blasts because they are a cheap way to reach online shoppers...

May 31, 2008

Farm Fresh is improving its energy efficiency and reducing its impact on the environment...