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Retail IT News: January in Review

Hello and welcome to January: In Review

The first month of 2019 has come and gone, and retailers can finally take a well-deserved break, having gotten through a busy seasonal period. Retailers cannot rest for long, however; for the next seasonal period will sneak up and catch the idle unawares. This blog post focuses on what retailers have been doing to prepare for the next challenging period.

Amazon wins patent for package pickup on public buses

The e-commerce giant continues to collect patents around fulfillment and delivery processes.

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.

You can now charge your phone at M&S

Marks & Spencer’s customers will now be able to charge their phones in store as the retailer signs its first start-up company under its accelerator program.

Virtual reality for retail, marketing could hit $1.8B in 2022

Revenue related to virtual reality technology initiatives is expected to jump by 3,000% over the next four years.

Grocery delivery in the US is set to 'explode' as barriers break down

Only 3% of grocery spending currently takes place online however the likes of Walmart, Kroger and Amazon are rapidly perfecting their delivery services and others may soon follow.

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