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EuroCIS Newsletter

Overview: Retail Technology News

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Retailer spending on AI to grow nearly fourfold

14/02/2018

A new study from Juniper Research has found that global retailer spending on AI will reach 7.3 billion dollars per annum by 2022, up from an estimated 2 billion dollars in 2018, as retailers target new avenues to increase personalisation of the customer experience.
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By 2020, Artificial Intelligence will create more jobs than it eliminates

05/02/2018

2020 will be a pivotal year in AI-related employment dynamics, according to Gartner, Inc., as artificial intelligence (AI) will become a positive job motivator.
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Guided Innovation Tours: Online registration now open!

30/01/2018

For the third time, there will be guided tours for visitors at EuroCIS 2018, The Leading Trade Fair for Retail Technology, from 27 February to 1 March 2018 in Düsseldorf. Those very successful tours will be organised in German and in English.
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Proceed to checkout? Not on your mobile, say researchers

23/01/2018

Shoppers hoping to bag a bargain are much less likely to go through with their purchases if they are using phones and tablets to buy goods online. This is because consumers often worry they are not seeing the full picture on a mobile app or that they could be missing out on special offers or overlooking hidden costs, according to new research.
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Survey reveals mobility as key investment decision for retailers

16/01/2018

New research indicates that retailers deploying in-store mobile successfully are seeing a sales growth of upwards of 146 percent. Retailers suffering flat or declining sales can boost their brick and mortar store performance by implementing mobile devices and apps.
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