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Store tech

Store tech Archives

Decathlon automating warehouse operations to “more than double” productivity

Good-to-Person robots will move at one-metre-a-second to help workers fulfil 144 orders per hour.

Rethinking fraud management in a hyper growth digital economy

As the world tries to assess the pandemic’s impact on the global economy, one thing is certain: eCommerce has powered Au...

Digital checklists help Kmart navigate new pandemic challenges

Kmart has been using iAuditor to review loss prevention, conduct business audits, and manage operational processes acros...

L’Oreal turns to Google as coronavirus spurs virtual make-up shift

Shoppers searching Google for cosmetics will be able to try them on virtually through a deal with L'Oreal, as the French...
Woolworths Estore

What Walmart’s e-commerce labs tell us about the future of retail

Retailers around the world are powering forward with innovative digital concepts to improve the customer experience, how...

Samsung partners with Retail Prodigy Group to grow physical experience

Retail Prodigy Group has taken over as the lead operations partner for Samsung’s Experience Stores in Australia.
Inside Retail & Knapp

Here’s why micro fulfilment centres are transforming grocery

The automation-led technology has transformed the way that the supermarket picks, packs and dispatches orders for Austra...
Cue Clothing CIO Shane Lenton

How Cue is bringing the best of online to its physical stores

Video stylists and multichannel wishlists are changing how the retailer sells to customers.

Why Sass & Bide is investing in stores when others are cutting costs

The designer fashion label has invested in tech for a new, showstopping window display.

Sometimes only a physical keypad will do

Physical keys are more intuitive, providing tactile feedback when the button is pressed

Coles IT crash frustrates customers, temporarily shuts 800 stores

The supermarket chain was unable to process payments for a number of hours on Friday.

Woolies launches new tech to deliver groceries same day in Melbourne

Micro-fulfilment tech could be a game changer, says Woolies CEO.
Image of Singtel store

How a Singaporean telco built the world’s best store

Here’s how the innovative Unboxed store concept from Singtel works.

Inside Nike’s latest House of Innovation

The sportswear giant's newest store in Paris focuses on offering customers a digitally-powered in-store experience.

It’s time for the joy to return to retail

Now more than ever, brands need to be on a constant mission to inject some joy back into retail to serve and support aud...

David Jones launches Flower Show

David Jones has introduced virtual guided tours led by horticulture experts, with behind-the-scenes content to be made a...
Group of teenage girls

Here’s why Gen Z hates your store

Retailers must take note of the changing values and expectations of Generation Z before it comes into its full economic ...
Nike Rise store

How Covid is changing the game for experiential retail

It may be some time before customers feel safe coming back to stores, but online shopping doesn’t have to be dull and fu...

Brosa launches second bricks-and-mortar showroom

Online retailer pushes further into bricks and mortar.

Sonos files for IPO

Sonos bets future on the Sonic Internet; driven by voice assistants and music streaming.