RETAIL & SPORTS SYSTEMS LIMITED

RETAIL & SPORTS SYSTEMS LIMITED is a Retail company located in Bingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom.Providers of Fully Integrated Epos & eCommerce systems to the Retail & Sports Industry.

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REI HIRES RETAIL VETERAN CIO

REI | November 07, 2017

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REI recently named Christine Putur, a technology veteran of retail sector companies such as Coach and Staples, as its new chief information officer, REI confirmed to Retail Dive. The news was first reported by GeekWire, which noted that Putur fills the CIO job left open when former REI CIO Julie Averill left the company earlier this year to become the CTO at Lululemon....

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RETAIL TURNOVER RELATIVELY UNCHANGED IN SEPTEMBER

retailworldmagazine | November 06, 2017

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Australian retailers have now experienced three consecutive months of zero or negative growth, highlighting the very challenging environment they currently face. Australian retail turnover was unchanged (zero per cent) in September 2017, seasonally adjusted, according to the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) retail trade figures. This follows a fall of 0.5 per cent in August 2017....

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NO STOREFRONT? NO PROBLEM: FUTURE RETAIL MAY BE UNATTENDED

pymnts | November 10, 2017

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If only shopping weren’t so … shoppy. Sure, eCommerce takes away a lot of the hassle, but sometimes you need that last-minute pair of sunglasses or gloves, and ordering them online just isn’t an option. At least, not until Amazon invests in some beam-me-up magic. Say you just got off an airplane, and the weather is much colder than you expected. You’re traveling, and didn’t pack anything warmer....

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LOWE’S PUTS ‘LAB-LIKE’ SMART HOME CENTERS IN 70 STORES

Retail latest news | November 13, 2017

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As consumers become more tech savvy and connected than ever before, retailers like Lowe’s are offering smart home products to meet evolving consumer needs. To help integrate these products and connected systems into customers’ everyday lives, Lowe’s has launched a store-within-a-store smart home concept inside 70 of its U.S. stores, calling them the SmartSpot store, reports the Charlotte Business Journal....

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REI HIRES RETAIL VETERAN CIO

REI | November 07, 2017

REI recently named Christine Putur, a technology veteran of retail sector companies such as Coach and Staples, as its new chief information officer, REI confirmed to Retail Dive. The news was first reported by GeekWire, which noted that Putur fills the CIO job left open when former REI CIO Julie Averill left the company earlier this year to become the CTO at Lululemon....

Read More
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RETAIL TURNOVER RELATIVELY UNCHANGED IN SEPTEMBER

retailworldmagazine | November 06, 2017

Australian retailers have now experienced three consecutive months of zero or negative growth, highlighting the very challenging environment they currently face. Australian retail turnover was unchanged (zero per cent) in September 2017, seasonally adjusted, according to the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) retail trade figures. This follows a fall of 0.5 per cent in August 2017....

Read More
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NO STOREFRONT? NO PROBLEM: FUTURE RETAIL MAY BE UNATTENDED

pymnts | November 10, 2017

If only shopping weren’t so … shoppy. Sure, eCommerce takes away a lot of the hassle, but sometimes you need that last-minute pair of sunglasses or gloves, and ordering them online just isn’t an option. At least, not until Amazon invests in some beam-me-up magic. Say you just got off an airplane, and the weather is much colder than you expected. You’re traveling, and didn’t pack anything warmer....

Read More
news image

LOWE’S PUTS ‘LAB-LIKE’ SMART HOME CENTERS IN 70 STORES

Retail latest news | November 13, 2017

As consumers become more tech savvy and connected than ever before, retailers like Lowe’s are offering smart home products to meet evolving consumer needs. To help integrate these products and connected systems into customers’ everyday lives, Lowe’s has launched a store-within-a-store smart home concept inside 70 of its U.S. stores, calling them the SmartSpot store, reports the Charlotte Business Journal....

Read More