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CASE STUDY: Asda grey space keeps Christmas on ice till the big day

Date: 31.08.18 | Section: News
ASDA and supply chain specialist Oakland International have worked to create a flexible warehouse network with Stowga marketplace to ensure Christmas is a cracker for all

Merry Christmas from Retail Technology

Date: 22.12.17 | Section: News

Data the key to Christmas cheer

Date: 01.12.17 | Section: Ask The Expert
Ken Parnham, general manager Europe, Near, explains why making the most of your customer data is key to a merry Christmas for retailers

A merry AI Christmas for The Entertainer

Date: 25.10.17 | Section: News
UK toy retailer The Entertainer is bringing artificial intelligence (AI) to stores this Christmas

Study: M&S puts Magic & Sparkle into the cloud

Date: 15.08.14 | Section: News
The UK retailer used cloud services to prepare its website for a major Christmas TV and social media drive

2014: The year of innovative customer service

Date: 21.03.14 | Section: Market Analysis
Business and IT process automation expert Neil Kinson reflects upon how retailers can improve their customer service to achieve a competitive edge in 2014

Are end-of-season 'sales' the best way to clear stock?

Date: 13.02.14 | Section: Ask The Expert
Online sales technology expert Phil Bird ponders the short-term gains of selling off surplus stock cheaply against the long-term risks to brand and the bottom line

E-retail Christmas trends defined

Date: 06.02.14 | Section: News
IBM uses benchmark data to identify key seasonal shopping days and the growing domination of mobile devices as part of the online customer shopping journey

UK e-retail web performance slides

Date: 30.01.14 | Section: News
Increased downtime and slower download speeds over busy Christmas period sees the year end on a sour note for the top 50 UK online retailers

UK online performance scores are in

Date: 22.01.14 | Section: News
End-of-year retail site speed tests reveal winners and losers, while the cost of excessive third party tag usage on performance is called into question