NRF 2019: What to expect from retail technology companies

Leading retail technology companies will be presenting their solutions — at the National Retail Federation’s Big Show NRF19 on January 13-15, 2019 in the US.
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Beabloo, a company in Active Customer Intelligence solutions that improve retail customer experience, has tied up with KIOSK Information Systems (KIOSK) to showcase a digital signage display with active customer intelligence at NRF 2019.

Beabloo’s Digital Signage solution provides a simple analytics dashboard to facilitate smarter advertising decisions. Dashboards include shopper demographic data, content preferences, sales metrics, and store inventory.

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Brother Mobile Solutions, a provider of mobile and desktop printers, will present its retail solutions to deliver top efficiencies in-store and in the warehouse at NRF 2019.

Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions, which works with 60 percent of the top 25 global retailers, will showcase its latest solutions, services and innovative concepts that enhance the shopping experience for customers and improve operational results for retailers.

MicroStrategy, a provider of enterprise analytics and mobility software, will showcase the industry’s first enterprise platform for HyperIntelligence, transformational mobility, and federated analytics at NRF.

Zebra Technologies will be showcasing retail solutions that enhance the shopping experience. These solutions provide intelligence about the shopper and goods they are looking for.

Sensormatic Solutions will showcase new product innovations and concepts at NRF 2019. Sensormatic Solutions offers solutions for optimizing staffing, ensuring product availability and empowering store associates to connecting customers and merchandise across the enterprise.

Mercatus, a provider in digital commerce solutions for retail verticals, launched AisleOne, a personalization engine that can integrate into retailers’ marketing emails, apps and e-commerce websites.

Softeon, a supply chain software provider, will be demonstrating its Distributed Order Management system at NRF 2019.

Manthan, a AI and cloud analytics company, will announced its innovations in analytics — AI and Machine Learning, context aware computing, prescriptive analytics and conversational analytics — for retail.

Fujitsu Frontech North America will be previewing the Future of Retail Store Automation at NRF.

Esri, a location intelligence provider, will be showcasing Esri technology that can help drive market growth.

Scandit, an enterprise technology platform, will be showcasing its retail technology at NRF 2019. Scandit’s mobile computer vision enables retailers to offer a grab-and-go experience similar to Amazon Go with a smaller upfront investment that doesn’t require the installation of any additional cameras or sensors in retail stores.

Retailers such as Sephora, Louis Vuitton, and Levi Strauss & Co. are some of the customers of Scandit’s technology.

Riverbed will showcase retail-focused digital performance solutions at NRF 2019 to enable retailers to optimize their online and in-store channels.

Panasonic will showcase technology solutions for customers in the manufacturing, logistics and retail sectors at NRF 2019.

Veea, a company delivering solutions at the network edge, will showcase retail solutions for small to large retailers, at this year’s NRF.

Mystore-E announced the US launch of Tore-E, an AI-based personal assistant platform that empowers retail store managers to merchandise in real time using data analytics and insights. Retailers James Allen and Value City Furniture are using Tore-E to create more relevant in-store experiences.

Aerohive Networks will be showcasing how retail industry can change the way they engage with their customers and optimize their shopping experience through new apps and insights powered by cloud-managed Wireless, Machine Learning (ML), and Artificial Intelligence (AI) capabilities.

City Furniture, a large furniture retailer with over 27 locations across the state of Florida, has transformed its customer experience with Aerohive’s retail wireless solution.

NCR Corporation will present cloud-based point-of-sale (POS) solution at NRF 2019. The company will also unveil new virtualization technology, which creates an agile infrastructure across the entire store to reduce costs and optimize operations for faster innovation.

OKI Data Americas will present retail marketing solutions with the launch of OKI Connected Print at NRF.

Converge Retail said the Converge Retail platform was recently deployed in two of Costco’s stores.

Reflexis Systems, a real-time store operations and workforce management solutions provider, has been selected by Tesco Central Europe (CE) to transform their store operations by implementing Reflexis Task Manager and Mobility. Tesco deployed cloud-based solutions to 14,000 colleagues in nearly 1,000 stores across Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia.

IT services company Software AG announced that it will explain how Kiabi, a French family fashion retail chain, expanded its operations in multiple countries and leveraged technology for transformation.

Checkpoint Systems announced HALO. HALO facilitates maximum efficiency in minimum time by expediting shipping and receiving processes in the supply chain.

Rajani Baburajan

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