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Invisible payments to take the stage as the new commerce norm
Invisible payments to take the stage as the new commerce norm Payvision, a global fintech and omnichannel payments provider, has released a new ebook exploring the future of commerce payments. The research looks into how the next generation of payments is reinventing the shopping experience, giving merchants clear insight into key strategic retail trends.

Schneider Electric and Scale Computing partner to help retailers support critical business applications with edge computing
Schneider Electric and Scale Computing partner to help retailers support critical business applications with edge computing Schneider Electric has entered into a partnership with Scale Computing to deliver the Scale Computing HC3 Edge for retail solution in Schneider Electric’s EcoStruxure Micro Data Centres.
Retail’s weakness is cyber crime’s opportunity
Retail’s weakness is cyber crime’s opportunity Black Friday kicks off the festive shopping season 29 November this year, with millions of shoppers expected to take advantage of low prices. In 2018 alone, online Black Friday sales totaled $6.22bn; up 23% on the previous year’s figures. 2019 presents an excellent opportunity for retailers to not only increase revenues again, but elevate brand voice and extract valuable customer data leading to potential repeat sales later on.
WatchGuard brings secure Wi-Fi to the outdoors with new ruggedised Wi-Fi access point
WatchGuard brings secure Wi-Fi to the outdoors with new ruggedised Wi-Fi access point WatchGuard Technologies has released a new cloud-managed outdoor Wi-Fi access point (AP), the AP327X.
Curve launches first purely mobile offering with Samsung Pay
Curve launches first purely mobile offering with Samsung Pay Curve, the Over-The-Top banking platform that consolidates multiple cards and accounts into one smart card and an even smarter app, has launched its first purely mobile offering with Samsung Pay.
Printer repair specialist Ontrac Digital Ltd drives towards carbon neutrality
Printer repair specialist Ontrac Digital Ltd drives towards carbon neutrality Midlands based commercial printer repair company Ontrac Digital has made efforts to reduce its carbon footprint and has recently moved to replacing its vehicles from diesel to electric. They hope this will be the start of an on-going effort to reduce carbon emissions.
How do you ‘schuh’? Shoe retailer optimises processes with DENSO handhelds
How do you ‘schuh’? Shoe retailer optimises processes with DENSO handhelds Footwear retailer schuh uses the BHT-1505BB handheld terminal from DENSO WAVE EUROPE. The branded shoe stockist was looking for a mobile data collection device to reduce the stock take time in their 132 stores in the UK and Ireland.
A third of “gold” jewellery sold online in the UK is suspected as fake, warns the British Hallmarking Council
A third of “gold” jewellery sold online in the UK is suspected as fake, warns the British Hallmarking Council A third of ‘gold’ jewellery being sold online is suspected to be unhallmarked and therefore may be fake, raising concerns that UK consumers are being duped by internet traders, according to data released from the British Hallmarking Council (the UK’s hallmarking body) and the Goldsmiths’ Company Assay Office.
Cavender’s adopts TrueCommerce ecUtopia EDI solution
Cavender’s adopts TrueCommerce ecUtopia EDI solution TrueCommerce, a global provider of trading partner connectivity, integration and unified commerce solutions, has announced that Cavender's, a premier specialty retailer of Western and work footwear, apparel and accessories for the American South and Southwest, has adopted its TrueCommerce ecUtopia EDI platform to seamlessly collaborate with their entire supplier community and boost supply chain efficiency.
Chip-enabled cards segment estimated to hold more than 46% market share by 2018 end, which is expected to give way to regular cards
Chip-enabled cards segment estimated to hold more than 46% market share by 2018 end, which is expected to give way to regular cards In an era filled with digital electronics, it would seem as if working with an actual plastic card would be a waste of a time. But modern technology has taken the use of plastic cards to the next level. Increased technological developments in plastic cards, such as smart cards and chip cards, are gaining traction among consumers.

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