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Adidas China automates for trade compliance

Date: 28.03.17 | Section: News
Adidas Greater China is automating its China General Trade activities to more quickly respond to regulatory changes

Breach at The Home Depot confirmed

Date: 09.09.14 | Section: News
US retailer confirms payment data systems suffered breach which could impact customers using cards at US and Canadian stores

Breach at Home Depot?

Date: 05.09.14 | Section: News
The US retailer could be the latest victim of yet another credit card fraud scandal

Online payment systems support tReds growth

Date: 24.04.14 | Section: News
Shoe retailer puts best foot forward with selection of online payment management technology and services to support and secure its e-commerce business

Retail IT experts warn on XP deadline

Date: 08.04.14 | Section: News
After years of warning Microsoft has today discontinued support for Windows XP and Office 2003. RetailTechnology.co.uk explores the impact on retailers

Retailers set to boost technology spend, report reveals

Date: 07.04.14 | Section: News
The UK's top 60 retailers look set to spend more on technology in the coming year, with web and mobile sites and new IT systems top of their three priorities

Legal expert warns on new online EU laws

Date: 03.04.14 | Section: News
New regulations affect payment and cancellation information, pre-ticked boxes and downloadable content, but may also confound 'warbrobing' trend

App connects Unilever supplier data

Date: 10.03.14 | Section: News
Consumer goods multinational helps its suppliers complete audits and assessments on the go with new iPad app from supply chain software provider

Welcome Break speeds customer payments

Date: 28.02.14 | Section: News
UK motorway service operator modernises its instore payments operations by implementing a bespoke unified payment service

Surveys issue PCI warning to UK firms

Date: 21.02.14 | Section: News
New research has found merchants fail to maintain security standards, while UK companies in particular lag behind their US counterparts in terms of cyber readiness