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Retail IT News: March in Review

Hello and welcome to March In Review

This month, our blog highlights include the effect of SCA (Strong Customer Authentication) on online retailers, another retailer turning to store automation, Amazon’s expansion of its Wholefoods cashierless technology and the self-checkout technology trends in grocery.

This blog covers the retail news highlights of March:

Online retailers warned of lost sales as SCA comes into effect

Online retailers are being warned to be prepared for the introduction of Strong Customer Authentication (SCA), the biggest change to payments since Chip & Pin rolled out 16 years ago.

Amazon opens second Whole Foods store with cashierless technology

Amazon is expanding the availability of its “Just Walk Out” autonomous checkout experience in its Whole Foods Market grocery chain.

Selecta Group debuts automated store in Belgium

Selecta Group, the Switzerland-based route service provider of convenience services, is launching its next generation of food tech solutions in Europe — a modern, fully automated store concept at Corda Campus in Hasselt, Belgium, according to a press release.

As self-checkout expands in grocery, here are 4 ways the technology is leveling up

From age verification to produce-recognition systems, retailers have new ways to make an old concept faster, more secure and easier to use.

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