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  • 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
  • Retail technology view from the top: SAS's Andrew Fowkes

    Retail technology view from the top: SAS's Andrew Fowkes

    Retail is data rich and always has been but the industry is not actually conditioned to use it, according to SAS's Andrew Fowkes. Also, should retailers be increasing pay for their data analysts?

    Retail technology view from the top: SAS's Andrew Fowkes
  • Retail technology view from the top: Citrix's Jacqueline de Rojas

    Retail technology view from the top: Citrix's Jacqueline de Rojas

    Changing the language of tech roles, increasing diversity in boardrooms and a shift in cultural thinking around flexible working can help boost business productivity, says Jacqueline de Rojas.

    Retail technology view from the top: Citrix's Jacqueline de Rojas
  • Retail technology view from the top: UST Global's Jonathan Vardon

    Retail technology view from the top: UST Global's Jonathan Vardon

    UST Global's head of retail and ex-Boots IT director, Jonathan Vardon, discusses the cybersecurity dangers facing retailers on the "Dark Net" and how start-ups can help retailers untangle their "legacy spaghetti".

    Retail technology view from the top: UST Global's Jonathan Vardon
  • Retail technology view from the top: Zebra Technologies' Mark Thomson

    Retail technology view from the top: Zebra Technologies' Mark Thomson

    As the Internet of Things looks set to manifest itself as a real business disruptor over the next few years, Zebra Technologies' Mark Thomson says its impact on retail can be broken down into three key areas.

    Retail technology view from the top: Zebra Technologies' Mark Thomson
  • Retail technology view from the top: Accenture's Martin Digby

    Retail technology view from the top: Accenture's Martin Digby

    Accenture's proposed acquisition of Javelin Group, announced this week, has put the focus on digital transformation in the retail industry. Accenture's Martin Digby discusses retailer strategy in a digital world.

    Retail technology view from the top: Accenture's Martin Digby
  • Retail technology view from the top: Planet Retail's Helen Slaven

    Retail technology view from the top: Planet Retail's Helen Slaven

    Merger and acquisition activity in retail is rife right now, but is there more to come? Planet Retail's Helen Slaven predicts some significant UK grocery market consolidation is on the horizon.

    Retail technology view from the top: Planet Retail's Helen Slaven
  • Retail technology view from the top: Wincor Nixdorf's Thomas Fell

    Retail technology view from the top: Wincor Nixdorf's Thomas Fell

    First it was self-service, then it was the discounter concept. Now, the third paradigm shift in retail can be described as the digital revolution, argues Wincor Nixdorf's Thomas Fell.

    Retail technology view from the top: Wincor Nixdorf's Thomas Fell
  • Retail technology view from the top: PayPal's Rob Harper

    Retail technology view from the top: PayPal's Rob Harper

    Shopping is entering the mobile-first era which means mobile commerce is poised for a major breakthrough in 2015, says PayPal's Rob Harper.

    Retail technology view from the top: PayPal's Rob Harper
  • Retail technology view from the top: Fujitsu's Rupal Karia

    Retail technology view from the top: Fujitsu's Rupal Karia

    After Argos's announcement that it is to open digital stores within Sainsbury's supermarkets, Fujitsu's Rupal Karia argues there is more collaboration between retailers to come.

    Retail technology view from the top: Fujitsu's Rupal Karia
  • Retail technology view from the top: Epson's David Spratt

    Retail technology view from the top: Epson's David Spratt

    Agile retailers have an opportunity to gain an advantage on some of the traditionally dominant industry players by embracing new technology in an improving economy, argues Epson UK's David Spratt.

    Retail technology view from the top: Epson's David Spratt
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