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Retail IT News: February in Review

Hello and welcome to February: In Review

We’re two months into 2019, and retailers are marching on in the build-up to both Summer, and the subsequent holiday season. Amazon Go is expanding, while many other companies are working on tweaking their own version of frictionless selling.  This blog post focuses on the highlights of retail IT news in February.

Amazon Go secures space in the heart of London

For the first time, Amazon has expanded its Go store concept outside of the United States.

NCR Launches Transformational New Store Architecture Solution for Retailers

Pilot Flying J is currently deploying the platform across its network of more than 750 travel centers.

Discover how to implement the Store of the Future.

49% of retailers name in-store mobile experience a top priority

Thirty-three percent of consumers said they frequently make purchases through their mobile devices, and 41% of those surveyed said they plan to increase their frequency of mobile shopping via smartphones or tablets in the next 24 months, according to BRP's "2019 Special Report: In-Store Mobility."

Macy’s will expand AR-powered virtual try-on across beauty categories

Macy’s has unveiled new solutions designed to enhance the in-store and mobile customer experience at the Shoptalk conference being held in Las Vegas.

Restaurants may ‘need to invest in own tech’ to meet consumer demand

Increasing consumer use of the latest retail innovations may force restaurants and other customer-facing businesses to invest in more technology to meet demand.

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