Some would speculate that the iPad is Apple’s last great device to disrupt the industry. Others, including TabTimes, believe that it is slightly more complex than that.
As has been the case with most of Apple’s recent product introductions, the company should have no problem selling as many of the new iPad minis as it can make, but there’s the rub.
Retail businesses provide 11% of Moto Solutions’s total annual revenue, as part of the company’s “enterprise” division. So, increasing Moto’s sales to retailers can have a measurable impact on Moto’s growth.
The 25,000 device roll-out is intended to make it possible for more store workers to help customers locate items and give information on products, even in areas for which they don’t have specialized expertise.
Tablets have invaded the homes of consumers–and Apple is the King of this generation of mobile computers. Since the iPad’s initial announcement in 2010, Apple has sold nearly 80 million iPads. The mobile computer’s next ring to dominate? Your local department store or collectibles shop.
The boom in tablets is giving retailers the opportunity to raise their game and engage in retailing tactics that deliver a superior customer experience. In this lunch and learn Web session you will hear about a two-tiered approach to deploying tablets.
SymphonyIRI recently published a new report entitled “Merchandising Trends: Driving Consumption through Shopper Marketing.” In it, they note the role merchandising plays in retail across various consumer packaged goods categories.
RBM Technologies and Motorola Solutions will offer industry expertise on retail tablet deployment and enterprise productivity at the RIS News webinar, “Two-Pronged Approach to Tablet Strategy”.
iRobot to Wheel Out Ava, The Smart Robot With an iPad Brain That Combines Traditional In-Store & Online Shopping
Is it too early to talk Christmas? I think not, because according to an article from the Boston Herald, robots might be roaming the mobbed malls of America.
Apple’s retail stores continued their enviable performance in Q1 of fiscal 2012. The stores’ total revenue of $6.1 billion was 59% higher than the same period the previous year.
A recap of a Super Session at the National Retail Federation’s “Big Show” in New York City. In this session, Alison Paul speaks to a recent survey by Deloitte LLP on the next evolution of the retail store: Store 3.0
RIS News looks at retailers’ incredible interest in tablets, exploring the status of current deployments, examining near-term investment intentions, and tracking future trending plans.