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Retail IT News: June in Review

Hello and welcome to June: In Review

As June comes to a close, and true summer weather has finally made an appearance, retailers continue to perfect the in-store customer experience. A slew of in-store innovations have been rolled out by retailers across the world in an attempt to provide a new kind of retail experience. As we get closer to Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and the holiday period, retailers are gauging how prepared they are.

This blog post focuses on the highlights of retail IT news in June.

Technology is on the menu for C-store food-service leaders

As convenience store operators invest more money, time and square footage in food-service operations, many are turning to technology for faster service, automation and an improved bottom line.

Amazon to end US restaurant delivery service

The service was available only to Amazon Prime members and faced steep competition from other restaurant delivery companies such as GrubHub, PostMates, DoorDash, and Uber Eats. The London branch of Amazon Restaurants was shuttered in 2018.

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Sally Beauty launches app to showcase loyalty rewards

Sally Beauty launched an app to highlight its customer-loyalty program, letting mobile users track reward points and redeem certificates through the app or in stores.

75 retailers reveal their AI investment plans

AI is a top investment priority for retailers and the majority have pinpointed the business areas where they believe it will deliver the biggest ROI, exclusive Retail Week research reveals.

Buy Now, Pay Later solution provider expands to Canada

The platform lets shoppers divide their purchases into interest-free installments paid over up to six weeks at no additional cost.

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