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Retail IT and technology news articles comprising case studies, product information, opinion articles, reports, new contract wins and product launches. The site hosts information from trade associations, government departments, research analysts and the vendor community. These articles are about specific industry IT solutions and topics relating to how improvements and efficiency gains can be made by the use of information technology in-store and in the retail supply chain. All topics are covered in these articles which include Mobile Computing, RFID, Automatic Identification/Datacapture (AIDC), Printing & Labelling, EPoS systems, Kiosk TechnologySurveillance & Security, Internet Retailing, Retail Supply Chain Management, Digital Signage, through to current news,informed opinion articles and key events on the retail calendar.

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Half of shoppers believe QR codes are ‘the future of shopping’, research shows

Half of shoppers believe QR codes are ‘the future of shopping’, research shows

New research shows that half (50%) of shoppers call QR codes ‘the future of shopping’, despite their relative scarcity pre-pandemic.The study, conducted in January 2021 by retail innovation agency Outform, covers a representative sample of 2,000 global respondents, and delves into how coronavirus has changed shoppers’ habits and attitudes.

PcComponentes selects CitrusAd as new Retail Media platform

PcComponentes selects CitrusAd as new Retail Media platform

PcComponentes, the Spanish ecommerce site for technology products, has launched CitrusAd’s Retail Media platform as the technology provider for its marketplace, providing brands with new opportunities to promote themselves on its websites, whether through sponsored product campaigns, banners or through brand pages.

Survey shatters myth of British shoppers’ love for queuing

Survey shatters myth of British shoppers’ love for queuing

Nearly three quarters of UK shoppers (73%) admit to leaving retail stores feeling frustrated about their experience, according to new research by voice communication specialists, VoCoVo.

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