Dunnhumby recently released a special edition of its Retailer Preference Index, a nationwide study of the $1 trillion U.S. grocery market, examining which grocers are winning customers despite the ongoing inflation crisis. View the rankings here.
Among the changes are an enhanced registry, more personalization capabilities, an overall more inclusive experience, and increased content across the website to help consumers make informed shopping decisions. Learn more.
Michael Saldaña, the retail operations and communications manager for UNTUCKit, says the company was able to get by with manual scheduling and timekeeping at the beginning. As their footprint began to expand, however, complications arose. Learn more.
According to the State of Retail Payments report from the National Retail Federation, over two thirds of merchants were using touchless payment technologies by 2021. Learn about the continued progress in a post-cash retail world.
Retail apps are the window to reconnecting with customers in-store and forging stronger connections than ever – supporting customers’ new habits and heightened expectations for personalization, post-pandemic. Learn more.
In the last year, several notable direct to consumer retailers made the leap to the physical opening up brick and mortar stores. Keep an eye on these five retailers as they provide engaging consumer experiences that stand out from the digital realm.