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  • Retail technology view from the top: CollectPlus's Neil Ashworth

    Retail technology view from the top: CollectPlus's Neil Ashworth

    Neil Ashworth, CEO of CollectPlus, talks to Essential Retail about how shopping centres could become the delivery hubs of the future.

    Retail technology view from the top: CollectPlus's Neil Ashworth
  • Retail technology view from the top: BT Expedite's Mark Denton

    Retail technology view from the top: BT Expedite's Mark Denton

    In the week Morrisons and Amazon announced an eye-opening grocery partnership, Mark Denton, head of retail products & propositions at BT Expedite, says it could be the start of multiple collaborations of this type.

    Retail technology view from the top: BT Expedite's Mark Denton
  • Retail technology view from the top: Barclaycard's James McDonald

    Retail technology view from the top: Barclaycard's James McDonald

    Barclaycard's Director of Innovation and Strategic Initiatives, James McDonald, on new trends at the point of sale and the payment industry's responsibility to help retailers create a better customer experience.

    Retail technology view from the top: Barclaycard's James McDonald
  • Retail technology view from the top: K3 Retail's Tony Bryant

    Retail technology view from the top: K3 Retail's Tony Bryant

    K3 Retail's Tony Bryant, says he's encouraged by retailers' newfound focus on the customer journey but is adamant they must get things right behind the scenes before deploying shiny in-store technology.

    Retail technology view from the top: K3 Retail's Tony Bryant
  • Retail technology view from the top: SML's Dean Frew

    Retail technology view from the top: SML's Dean Frew

    SML Group's CTO Dean Frew on Tesco F&F's widescale RFID deployment, other successful retail case studies and the importance for RFID technology to be ingrained deep within a retailer's business processes.

    Retail technology view from the top: SML's Dean Frew
  • Retail technology view from the top: Verifone's Kevin Freeguard

    Retail technology view from the top: Verifone's Kevin Freeguard

    Verifone UK & Ireland's Kevin Freeguard on how UK retailers are driving innovation in their industry and why the point of sale has grown in importance to the overall customer experience.

    Retail technology view from the top: Verifone's Kevin Freeguard
  • Retail technology view from the top: Manhattan's Craig Sears-Black

    Retail technology view from the top: Manhattan's Craig Sears-Black

    Manhattan Associates' UK managing director Craig Sears-Black on the importance of a top-down approach to deploying new in-store technology while engaging and educating staff to use it in the most productive way.

    Retail technology view from the top: Manhattan's Craig Sears-Black
  • Retail technology view from the top: Ergonomic Solutions' Ian Dewar

    Retail technology view from the top: Ergonomic Solutions' Ian Dewar

    A study suggests in-store hardware malfunctions have been a factor in the slowdown in growth of Apple Pay usage in the US. Ergonomic Solutions' Ian Dewar says system availability and security is a serious matter for retailers.

    Retail technology view from the top: Ergonomic Solutions' Ian Dewar
  • Retail technology view from the top: Box Technologies' Raj Parmar

    Retail technology view from the top: Box Technologies' Raj Parmar

    Retailers should've invested in suitable store tech to help manage the frantic Christmas period, but those who haven't upgraded will need to get the retailing basics spot on, argues Box Technologies' Raj Parmar.

    Retail technology view from the top: Box Technologies' Raj Parmar
  • Retail technology view from the top: JDA Software's Lee Gill

    Retail technology view from the top: JDA Software's Lee Gill

    Driving top-line sales through better use of data is one solution in retail's battle to make multichannel retailing profitable, but a period of precarious-looking balance sheets will ensue. JDA's Lee Gill reflects on retail's big challenge.

    Retail technology view from the top: JDA Software's Lee Gill
  • Retail technology view from the top: IBM's Danny Bagge

    Retail technology view from the top: IBM's Danny Bagge

    Buying and merchandising is an art form, but balancing the art with automation is a challenge all retail merchandisers face in today's fast-moving market, argues IBM's Danny Bagge.

    Retail technology view from the top: IBM's Danny Bagge
  • Retail technology view from the top: Visa Europe's Natasha Toothill

    Retail technology view from the top: Visa Europe's Natasha Toothill

    The rise in the contactless payment limit will benefit multiple retailers and it is a stepping stone on the journey to widespread high value mobile transactions in the UK, says Visa Europe's Natasha Toothill.

    Retail technology view from the top: Visa Europe's Natasha Toothill

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