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There will be 1.05 billion shoppers using mobile coupons globally by 2019, according to a new study from Juniper Research.

This figure will be almost double the 560 million users of mobile coupons this year, the research predicted


Argos is incorporating augmented reality into its publications and customer apps, in what it says is the largest roll-out of the technology by a UK retailer

The majority of Britons are not concerned about the amount of personal information that they share with brands, according to new research

The entry deadline for the 2014 Retail Systems Awards has been extended to Wednesday, 6 August


NBCUniversal is launching a new social media campaign in which movie goers will be able to influence the products and deals they are buying

Fifty four per cent of online shoppers feel that they are more conscious of security issues compared to 12 months ago

EE customers will soon be able to travel around London’s tube, DLR and Overground networks using their mobile phone to make payments


UK retailers are offering more delivery options to overseas shoppers, a new MICROS Systems report finds

Many UK retailers have no plans to install contactless payment technology, a survey by Vista Retail Support has found

A large number of consumers don't trust retailers with their data, according to an ACI Worldwide/Aite Group study


B&Q has unveiled an industry-first ‘kinetic email’ marketing campaign, developed with Oracle Marketing Cloud

Zetes has rolled out its ZetesAthena cloud-based in-store mobile management solution at The Entertainer

ForNova's Sparks market intelligence solution has been adopted by Phones 4u

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2013, how was it for you? Scott Thompson takes a look at the year's most important retail technology-related developments

Scott Thompson and Michelle Stevens bring you the highlights from the RBTE 2014 exhibition floor and conference streams

It may be all the rage right now, but click and collect is far from the finished article. Liz Morrell reports

Is wearable tech one to watch and will it fly in the retail sector? Hannah Prevett reports

Scott Thompson reviews the 2013 FStech/Retail Systems Payments Conference, which took place at the IoD Hub, London, in late October

The challenge of merchandise planning is nearly as old as retail itself. But the dawn of multi-channel retailing has increased complexity, whilst offering consumers more choice than ever

Many, perhaps most UK consumers are now extremely dependent on their cards. Consequently, security around card payments is a primary area of interest for both retailers and criminals

There is no doubt that multi-channel is the present and future of every major retailer on Britain’s High Streets today. The future of multi-channel will see retailers respond to showrooming by turning their stores into interactive showcases for products

Growing numbers of successful retail implementations of cloud-based solutions are removing some of the earlier security concerns merchants harboured as well as highlighting some of the benefits of operating with more flexible infrastructures, writes Glynn Davis

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From Abandonment to Acquisition: Five tactics to reduce abandonment in your m-commerce channel
In this WhitePaper, Jumio examine how despite a track record of constant growth through perpetual innovation, the online retail industry is actually currently underperforming and further growth being held back. Here’s Jumio’s perspective on the abandonment challenge and five tactics to apply to your mobile site or app to reduce abandonment along with examples of businesses that are already successfully applying these tactics.
Website Security Threat Report 2013
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Vulnerability Assessment
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