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January 13, 2020 | by Diebold Nixdorf
The BEETLE Point of Sale is designed to empowered retailers to do more and be more.
October 17, 2019 | by Reint Jan Holterman
The fuel and convenience industry focus is shifting in response to emerging customer trends. Our retail expert shares his three takeaways from NACS 2019.
August 28, 2019 | by Arvin Jawa
Cookie-cutter scalability used to be the norm for retailers looking to expand. But our retail expert argues those days are gone, and retailers need to prepare for a new paradigm.
August 19, 2019
BRP explores how retailers are progressing with their security efforts to protect consumers’ payment and personal data.
June 10, 2019 | by Arvin Jawa
Brick-and-mortar closes deals, but retail journeys begin on mobile and cross over from the real-time digital environment to real-life store experiences that are engaging, hyper-relevant, completely personalized and data-driven. Read more on relevancy, personalization, and the consumer experience.
March 27, 2019 | by Diebold Nixdorf
Through a strategic partnership with Diebold Nixdorf, Rinascente is further enhancing the consumer experience through integrated systems, software, and services that are enabling new functionality and efficiencies across the entire value chain.
February 22, 2019 | by Diebold Nixdorf
See our DN Vynamic Mobile Retail app in action. This technology allows you to build customer loyalty through frictionless shopping, self-service, biometric payment options, and so much more. We're empowering retailers to create deeper relationships with their customers with tools for the digital age.
February 18, 2019 | by Diebold Nixdorf
Everyone loves the meatballs at IKEA. What if you could use a self-checkout that automatically recognizes the finger foods on your tray, without the need for a cashier (or a six page instruction manual)? Trayzi - the solution we developed for IKEA - makes this a reality. Experience seamless self-checkout at its finest.
February 05, 2019 | by Arvin Jawa
Consumers use brands as a way to help define their own self-identity. Organizations use brands to outwardly define the culture they would like to propagate. Yet, even branding has become subject to the ever-changing and fickle nature of the consumer. Being afforded with more and more choice, consumers tend to be less loyal and exhibit behaviors of rapid adoption and hyper abandonment. As a result, brands are in a constant battle to keep themselves relevant.
January 08, 2019 | by Douglas Hartung
This blog was co-authored by Google’s Head of Local Shopping, Nathalie Walton, and DN’s Senior Director of Business Development, Douglas Hartung.