By Russ Harty
Retailers often spend significant time determining the layout, décor, and other aesthetic aspects of their shops. They rightly focus on ensuring a consistent brand experience exists for customers throughout the store. Yet businesses that have wanted their countertop devices to fit in with their brand image often have limited options.
By James Marcella
The physical security practitioner has a myriad of electronic devices at their disposal to detect, deter, and deny adversaries from harming people or property. Video surveillance is one such countermeasure used for deterrence and, more importantly, as an assessment tool to verify the events of a given scene and situation. The quality of that video could mean the difference between identifying a suspect or not.
By Courtney Mamuscia
It’s no secret that mobile technology has changed our lives. We are now able to be in contact with anyone and access the tiniest minutia of information from nearly anywhere in the world using our increasingly sophisticated smartphones and tablets. And increasingly, these mobile capabilities are also transforming another aspect of modern life: how consumers shop.
By Randy Briley
By Larry Dawson
Retailers are increasingly searching for single-platform applications that incorporate their enterprise resource planning (ERP) and human capital management (HCM) requirements into a unified environment. Many retailers grapple with separate application suites that don’t talk to each other. Their accounting, supply chain, inventory, and POS management functions are isolated from their talent, compensation, scheduling, employee benefits, and workforce management systems.
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