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EuroCIS Newsletter

Overview: Retail Technology News

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Customer-facing technology paves the way for digital transformation of retail


New holistic and data-driven approaches optimize personalization and shopper experience, finds the Digital Transformation team of Frost & Sullivan. Customer-driven digital transformation is of the utmost importance for retailers wanting to stand the pace.
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Consumers to abandon cash by 2020


More than half of consumers expect to abandon cash as paying method in the next two years, according to a global research report by Paysafe. Mobile wallets and contactless payment present new opportunities for retailers.
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Artificial intelligence patents are transforming the retail landscape


The latest research provides insight on technology developments and developers. According to Netscribes, over 1200 patent publications have been filed globally since 2012, with a focus on artificial intelligence in the retail and e-commerce segment.
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Australian 3D online shopping platform is about to go live


The 360 Mall is an innovative e-commerce solution: Shoppers can shop online in 3D, virtually walk around the stores and even pick up items. The beta site was successful and now about a hundred retailers are waiting for the project to go online.
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EuroCIS 2018: Technology Never Sleeps!


From February 27th to March 1st 2018, visitors can learn about the latest trends, innovations and case studies in retail technology. The EuroCis 2018 in Düsseldorf is the place to be for anyone who wants to keep up with technological possibilities for retailers.
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