Global Cannabis Retail POS Software Market 2019 Ample Organics, Cova POS, Dispensary Point of Sale Business Solution

| September 11, 2019

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The Global Cannabis Retail POS Software market report offers a complete evaluation of this market, highlighting the growth boosters, obstructions, future prospects, and the changing competitive aspect of this market, notably. It also exacts the most prominent market trends and the current and previous performance of this market in order to determine its status in the near future. Key facts examined in this report include the Cannabis Retail POS Software market size by players, regions, product types and end industries, history data 2016-2018 and forecast data 2019-2025. As per the world economic growth rate of the past four years, market size is estimated from xxx million $ in 2015 to xxx million $ in 2018.

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Article | February 10, 2020

Last July, a small group representing the giants of the tech industry gathered in the seat of US government, Washington DC. They probably didn’t want to be there. Congress had summoned their employers Apple, Facebook, Google, and Amazon to answer questions about the command they hold over the markets they operate in. On Amazon’s behalf, associate general counsel Nate Sutton spoke in defense of his employer’s role in US retail. Throughout, he argued that Amazon isn’t so powerful as to be able to control prices and stifle competition. Amazon, he pointed out, makes up less than 1% of retail globally. In the US, it accounts for around 4% of retail. In fact, Walmart is much larger than Amazon, he said. In terms of sales, Sutton is right. Walmart reported $510 billion in total sales across its US and international segments in the 2019 fiscal year, versus Amazon’s $233 billion in roughly the same period.

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Are you thinking about retail customer experience all wrong?

Article | March 5, 2020

It's not hyperbole to say that modern retail lives and dies by one overwhelmingly powerful metric: the customer experience. But knowing how to actually provide it, to a given retailer's unique collection of customers, is what has escaped so many of the retailers we once thought were too big to fail. As the industry becomes more conceptually innovative and tech-driven, there isn't a single obvious path that guarantees the ability to deliver on that promise. Customer demands pop up too quickly, and retailers are running out of fingers to plug the dike. It's time to find a more sustainable approach.

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The Retail Industry and the Persistent Digital Threat Landscape

Article | March 17, 2020

In today’s age of digital transformation, retailers have changed the ways in which they interact and engage with consumers — starting with online shopping and e-commerce experience. In order for retail organizations to remain competitive, an omnichannel experience is critical, and with that, retail organizations are relying heavily on websites, mobile apps, online marketplaces, and social media to promote products, sell goods and even provide customer service. As competition to acquire and retain customers continues to increase, many retailers are also expanding their efforts to include social media and digital advertising platforms to enter new markets, generate awareness, and connect with potential customers. However, retailers aren’t the only ones that are targeting the opportunities online and digital platforms offer. Cybercriminals also recognize the opportunities that online platforms represent for retailers, and are seeking to exploit their market share and revenue potential.

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WeWork To Sell Iconic NYC Building To Amazon

Article | March 12, 2020

Amazon’s New York expansion plans will now include the former Lord & Taylor building in downtown Manhattan, as the eCommerce company announced that it will purchase the storied building from office sharing startup WeWork, according to the New York Post. The price tag on the building, famous for being the former New York hub for the shopping retailer, is in excess of $1 billion. The building’s current owner is WeWork, which has been having a difficult time as of late after a failed IPO and then the need for a bailout from SoftBank later. The building has 12 stories. It was sold to WeWork in 2017 for $850 million on the basis that it would become the WeWork headquarters.

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Alghanim Industries is one of the largest, privately-owned companies in the Gulf region. A multi-national company in outlook with operations in 40 countries, Alghanim Industries is a multi-billion dollar conglomerate with more than 30 businesses.

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