An exciting part of my role is sharing and hearing stories on how technology helps organizations. If a picture is worth a thousand words, these latest videos speak volumes to how Henkel is a faster and more agile company.
Retailers are facing an industry-mandated deadline of October 2015 to support EMV (chip-and-PIN) cards at the point of sale.
To catch you up since our last newsletter in December and the busyness of NRF, here’s a look at the retail & consumer goods industry highlights from Microsoft.
This was my 10th year attending the NRF Big Show and I have been constantly amazed at its rapid growth over the years, especially from being heavily US-focused to being a truly global conference for Retailers. Microsoft’s presence at NRF has been getting bigger over the years and I have had the opportunity to speak at the Big Ideas sessions several times, be part of the official NRF Bloggers team and most importantly meet and learn a lot about the ever changing landscape of Retail.
This week, Microsoft participated in the National Retail Federation Big Show in New York, where we showed what the future of retail will look like and highlighted how customers like GameStop and Hardee’s are creating better shopping experiences through the use of technology. One of the key takeaways from NRF is that modern shopping and modern retail are no longer just for big companies.