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Crowdsourced Picking&Delivery for eCommerce

ReadyCart.co

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Crowdsourced Picking&Delivery Technology for retailer's eCommerce solution - laser focused around maximizing customer satisfaction and retailer profitability. ReadyCart Crowdsourced Picking&Delivery Technology Crowdsourced network build and eCommerce integration Retailer specific training collaboration and creation Network onboarding and ecosystem to handle training, scheduling, payment etc. Crowdsourced Picking&Delivery Technology  Picking&Delivery App Delivery Analytics Portal +MORE

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Mobile Checkout

FutureProof Retail

The Mobile Checkout retail platform digitizes brick and mortar stores, bringing the convenience and personalization of eCommerce to physical retailers and their customers. Mobile Checkout Eliminates the Lines Mobile Checkout is a brandable iOS and Android app, a better system than self-checkout for the complete shopping experience from scan to payment. Private White-label Retailers deepen the customer relationship and own the install by deploying the platform as their own-brand staff and shopper apps. Scan Products Customers scan and bag while shopping. Mobile Payment Pay securely with credit card or mobile wallet directly through the app. Skip the Line Customers never wait in line to check out. Customize to your needs Expand the system with functionality like loyalty programs or counter service mobile ordering.     +MORE

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Pseudo Customer Centricity: Fool’s Gold

Gary Hawkins on Winsight Grocery Business, CART

Retailers must employ a customer-first philosophy into organizational culture Many regional retailers are (at last!) intent on becoming customer-centric, more than a decade after The Kroger Co. led the way and more than two decades after early loyalty pioneers proved the value of a true customer focus. But too many retailers believe that customer centricity can simply be bolted on to their organizations without realizing that true customer centricity is far more involved. Like the intrepid gold miners of the 1840s, these retailers awaken to the realization that what they’ve taken for retail gold is in actuality a false promise, seduced by the fools gold of pseudo customer centricity. I can recount meetings with senior executives from well-known retailers who espouse their customer centricity efforts; spending massive sums on consultants and solutions powered by a decade’s old approach based on customer segments integrated to the retailer’s category planning processes, and even personalized offers to shoppers. Countless of these retailers remain anchored in a product-focused world, even those who tout using technology to discover what products should be put on offer to their customers rather than starting with a vendor-funded offer pool.  True disciples of customer centricity deeply embed a customer-first philosophy into their organizational culture, extending it to every part of the enterprise. These companies realize that providing savings on products relevant to the shopper is only the beginning. Leading companies such as Amazon and Kroger are investing heavily in taking customer centricity to the next level: comprehensive, seamless user experiences across channels and devices, integrating personalized product recommendations with an understanding of the individual shopper’s specific health conditions, and laying the technology foundation for immersive shopping experiences melding the physical and digital worlds. Customer first disciples understand the dynamic flow of customers and their shopping behavior over time, putting in place capabilities and processes attuned to providing contextual relevancy inside and outside the store. And personalization—driven by past purchases and recommendation algorithms—is fast evolving to what I think of as strategic hyper-personalization, leveraging vast intelligence about each individual shopper to power a mix of recommendations to win the shopping trip, grow baskets, maximize retention, and foster customer advocacy—one customer at a time, in real time. Many regional retailers are based in more rural areas where company executives believe their shoppers are less tech savvy, relieving pressure on digital imperatives. According to Pew Research, 95% of Americans own a cellphone in 2018, with 77% of Americans owning a smartphone. Pew also calls out that in 2018, 89% of Americans use the internet. Location is no longer a proxy for customer technology illiteracy.  This year, Amazon is projected to realize over $258 billion in U.S. retail sales, an estimated 49% of all online retail spending in the United States. With this kind of penetration, and the ability to ship products anywhere overnight, traditional supermarket retailers would do well to remember that their shoppers are increasingly expecting (demanding!) the seamless and comprehensive user experience provided by Amazon, and increasingly by Kroger and Walmart. Yet, too many retailers remain mired in digital purgatory, constrained by capability silos and the inability to bring piecemeal capabilities together in a seamless fashion for shoppers.  Lastly, many seasoned grocery executives have spent their careers being rewarded for following, letting someone else bring innovation to market and only following when it has been proven successful. Years ago IT executives would buy IBM, even if it wasn’t the best choice, but because it was the "safe" choice. This practice continues today as retailers sign deals with "established" providers because they believe it is the safe choice, failing to understand that today’s environment rewards fresh, forward-looking thinking. Retail executives need to look beyond yesterday’s approach to customer centricity to capabilities and platforms that actually position the retailer for future success. The cost of failing to provide a seamless shopping experience, for failing to provide true individual shopper personalization, and failing to provide real time contextual relevancy, can rapidly obliterate any savings or security from yesterday’s "proven" approach. Tom Furphy, a former Amazon executive and the originator of Amazon Fresh, in a recent interviewspeaking to the challenges retailers face today, especially a reliance on past practices, says it all: “What seems safe is actually destructive. That’s a recipe for longer term disaster.” This article originally appeared on Winsight Grocery Business and can be viewed here +MORE

The Top Five Ways Retailers Benefit from Industry Trade Shows

Courtney Muller, Chief Corporate Development & Strategy Officer, Clarion UX

When was the last time you attended a retail or food and beverage trade show? If you have to pause to think of the answer – or know immediately that the answer is, “Never” – then it might be time to find a show or expo near you. Trade shows are the best places for those within the industry to get out of their stores and network; find new products and stay abreast of the cutting edge technology offerings; and gain invaluable education in the areas you need it most. In short, even if you spend time every day trying to stay current, you could never see it all – or know what to search for. There is no better place than a trade show … from seeing new products, meeting new people, becoming educated on a new way to engage your customers, or finding out about technology … this is the place to find what you don’t know!   Here are some of the top reasons you should attend a trade show this year: Network with Decision Makers When you think of networking, perhaps the typical “mixer” scenario comes to mind with people you don’t know awkwardly milling about a bar or restaurant, trying to strike up conversations with random people in the hopes that you might be able to benefit one another in some way. Networking at a trade show couldn’t be any more different. As an attendee, you can specifically find exhibitors with the products you seek; attend educational sessions that pertain to topics you are interested in, therefore attracting other audience members who share the same challenges; and be assured that your peers in the same industry as you are seeking similar solutions as you.  And you might even run into a colleague you haven’t seen in years! Find New Products and Foods You subscribe to industry periodicals and get Google Alerts in your inbox every day, but have you seen that new robot that identifies out of stock items and potential slip and fall hazards? Have you read about leveraging data to establish loyalty and trust with food delivery customers? A trade show is the perfect venue to scope out all that is new in the retail world from tech products to new foods and services – all in one place – to help you use technology to create a seamless customer experience. As you look for new technology innovation to keep you competitive, you may find the perfect partner for online ordering, rapid delivery, or rapid checkout through customer’s smartphones.  No matter what you want to go to a trade show to find, you will likely be pleasantly surprised by discovering even more than you thought along the aisles. See New Trends in Action Are vegan offerings a must-have? Should you offer chef demonstrations to showcase meal ideas? Are international flavors high on consumer’s minds? What chef dishes are they trying replicate at home? Be on the front line of this year’s and next year’s trends so you can bank on what your customers will be looking for in the near future. You’ll walk away with new products and great ideas you can implement immediately in your store operations. You may even realize that you are on the verge of creating an entirely different trend yourself that has yet to appear on the market – good information that you can capitalize on in the year to come. Receive Best in Class Education If school is a distant memory – or perhaps you learned hands-on in a family business and worked your way up the ranks – one of the best perks of most trade shows is the educational content provided to attendees and exhibitors alike. Whether you’re interested in operational excellence, developing your workforce, building bigger baskets, or sessions dedicated to those hot new tech trends we previously mentioned, trade shows like The NGA Show (presented by the National Grocers Association) in San Diego this coming February will have you covered on all fronts. What’s more, you can connect with presenting industry specialists to gain even more valuable insight into the topics that interest you most. Gain Immediate, Actionable Ideas The bottom line … your time is valuable and you want to spend any time out of your store obtaining the cream of the crop ideas - from new products, growth strategies and tech trends. Hear what the experts have to share, sample emerging products, uncover new technology, and refresh your enthusiasm for the business. You’ll walk away with a plan to bring all of these new ideas and initiatives into your store operation to drive profits, growth and innovation.   No matter where you are in your retail career, a trade show will no doubt provide you with opportunities, education and inspiration as you progress in the business. Interested in learning more? Check out the upcoming NGA show: National Grocers Association Show, San Diego, CA, February 24-27, 2019, www.thengashow.com  Each year, The NGA Show brings together independent retailers and wholesalers, food retail industry executives, food/CPG manufacturers and service providers for unparalleled opportunities to learn, engage, share, network, and innovate.  Given today’s ever-changing marketplace and evolving advancements in innovation occurring in the food retail industry, The NGA Show is a must-attend event, providing over 40 educational workshops, an expo floor featuring innovative and game-changing products and solutions and countless networking opportunities.  Registration is open at www.thengashow.com – early bird registration rates in effect through December 10, 2018.  +MORE

NGA Show 2019: The Epicenter of Grocery Industry Innovation

CART, Advancing Retail

In a special event leading up to the opening of the new NGA Show 2019, CART will bring together unique education, an impressive line up of speakers, and cutting edge innovation to make San Diego the epicenter of grocery industry innovation during Feb. 24-27, 2019. With a focus on regional retailers and dynamic independent operators, the CART team will present an innovation tour de force designed to help attendees not only stay in the game but help them win. CART is coming together with leading retailers through-out the industry to provide attendees a new worldview for the future of retail where transformation and disruption are the new normal: iRetail. Focused on five ‘i’s, iRetail will give attending executives a framework for evaluating their existing capabilities and provide a roadmap to closing the innovation gap. In a time of declining and disappearing industry events, the NGA Show has become a beacon of light for the industry as it has grown each year, even outgrowing its longtime home in Las Vegas, spurring the move to San Diego this coming February. CART has had a long time partnership with NGA and is taking the relationship to a new level this year, building on the success of CART’s Innovation Event at last year’s show.  Make sure to put Sunday, Feb. 24, 2019, on your calendar and plan to attend the CART special event at the new NGA Show! +MORE

Technology's Profound Impact on the Supermarket Industry

Peter Larkin, President & CEO, National Grocers Association

Often cited as the one of the greatest catalyst of change within the retail grocery industry, technology is an area that independent supermarket operators must understand, and embrace.  Technology continues to have a profound impact, where virtually every detail of the supermarket industry is being touched by new solutions and platforms. I see three technology threads, each entwined with the other. One is the explosion of mobile applications and programs that are turning grocery shoppers into high information consumers. According to Pew research, smart phone adoption among Americans has more than doubled since 2011. Not only are shoppers becoming more sophisticated, but they are using technology as a way to gain more information, transparency, and convenience. At the touch of a mobile screen, consumers can instantly access to updated information on locally sourced perishables, competitive promotions, price checks and recipe ingredient lists. In turn, this migration to the digital space is shaping customer relationships with retailers. Today’s shopper does not want to be talked to but instead wants to be a part of the conversation. Consumer product manufacturers and marketers make up a second technology thread. By analyzing large chunks of customer data and retail sales, manufacturers, retailers and service suppliers are exploring innovative ways to touch their target audiences. Big data though can be vast and hard to harness. Whether it’s social media, a mobile payment system, or loyalty programs, technology can effectively create many new opportunities for savvy retailers to learn about and to connect with their shoppers to better serve their needs. A good place to see and learn about a number of these innovative solutions is right here at www.advancingretail.org. The third thread is in the store itself, where technology is increasingly employed to improve overall store productivity to program more effective lighting, to boost checkout efficiency, to track shopper traffic flows to improve layout and sales per square foot, or to offer customers immediate cost savings via real time wifi connections as they shop. A great, and very recent, example of this is Sedano's Supermarkets launch of a “robotic supermarket,” which entails an automated fulfillment center where AI-enabled robots will assemble full supermarket orders of up to 60 items. While the landscape is quickly evolving, many independent grocers are taking advantage of cutting-edge technologies to engage with their shoppers, find efficiencies, and reach new and existing customers where, how, and when they want. Independents have been making their move into digital. They are hiring dedicated staff, dedicating marketing budgets to digital initiatives, more effectively leveraging social media platforms, and integrating the latest technologies into their business strategies.  With the dramatic pace in which new apps and tech solutions are coming on to the market, it can all seem a bit overwhelming, but technology will play a defining role in the supermarket industry.  Those retailers that are on the forefront of implementing new technology and embrace the hyper-connected, tech-savvy consumer are positioning themselves for success. I’m one who is convinced that these threads will weave into a pattern of rising sales and profits. And that’s why the 2019 NGA Show will kick-off with a new educational event, spearheaded by our partners at CART, entitled “iRetail: Technology Innovation Reshaping the Grocery Industry.” The event is designed to give supermarket operators a framework for navigating fast-paced innovation while maintaining a focus on the importance of people and physical stores as we move into the future. Despite increased competition from all angles, it is an exciting time for the supermarket industry – and we at NGA are bullish about what the future holds for the independent grocers! Known as the true entrepreneurs of the industry, independents are nimble enough to quickly overcome obstacles, and are finding innovative ways to respond to changing consumer preferences, which is something they’ve always been good at given their close ties to their communities and the consumers they serve. +MORE

Customer Touchpoints and the Human Experience

Gary Hawkins, CART

I was visiting someone in the hospital the other day and, looking about the room, noticed an Amazon Echo installed on the wall opposite the hospital bed. There was a sign under the device telling patients that they could ask Alexa to call their nurse or make other requests. In speaking with the nurse I learned that Amazon is working with the hospital in a pilot to test the application of Alexa in the hospital environment. Beyond the hospital, Amazon is pushing Alexa into the hospitality industry where a growing number of hotels are putting the digital assistant in rooms so guests can request services just by asking. While this alone is fascinating, and illustrates just how far and how fast voice-based technology is moving, it really opens up a larger discussion on customer touchpoints. Retailers today have a fast growing number of ways to connect with a shopper, inside and outside the store. And, more than ever before, retailers need to be mindful of the human experience they are providing across those myriad touchpoints because in today’s digital world, user experience is everything. Consider the myriad ways a retailer can touch a shopper: In the digital world that includes the website, mobile, email, text, social media, and more. A Deloitte study calls out that “more than 60% of customers interact through multiple channels and irrespective of time, place, device, or medium, they expect consistency.” In the store, retailers can engage using kiosks, mobile, and the POS. We can’t forget about print, including the weekly ad and direct mail, along with television, radio, and other mass channels. And of course, just like in the hospital, voice will soon be everywhere. A good exercise for retail marketers to go through is to create an inventory of all the touchpoints they currently use, and then alongside that create a list of other touchpoints that could be deployed or used. Once the list of existing touchpoints is created, work to understand which shoppers are using each and why. For example, do high-value shoppers regularly use your mobile app? Do more convenience shoppers gravitate to your website?  Don’t forget about your associates; oftentimes they are the only interaction the shopper has with your business. The Wall Street Journal had an article recently about how airlines are arming their flight attendants with extensive data on their flyers to facilitate service on board. As a very frequent flyer I have experienced this firsthand, the attendant addressing me by name and asking if I would like my usual drink. Retailers have untapped potential to arm in-store associates with product and customer intelligence via smartphones to help them provide better service. One of the largest challenges traditional retailers face is having disparate capabilities and an inability to provide the seamless digital experience across devices and touchpoints that today’s shoppers are expecting… and demanding. Another Deloitte study (Customer Ambitions Delivered) states “research shows 89% of market leaders expect to compete primarily on the basis of customer experience - a number that has jumped from 36% four years ago. As more companies realize the benefits of engaging with their customers along every touchpoint, customers are growing accustomed to top-of-the-line experiences. Modern customers expect a tailored experience— one with flexible purchasing options, painless technology integrations, and ample opportunities to provide feedback if they receive stellar or sub-par products or services.” Retailers can then extend the inventory of touchpoints exercise, thinking through the ‘mission’ of each touchpoint and its role in growing (retailer brand) awareness, shopper acquisition, growth, and retention. Core to this is making every interaction across each touchpoint contextually relevant to the shopper. Again, the human experience is critically important. Every customer engagement at every touchpoint provides an opportunity to learn more about the shopper and, for digital touchpoints, provide a more personalized experience. To do this requires identifying the shopper as quickly and easily as possible so that you respond with relevant offers and information. Increasingly we are seeing digital displays and signage in the store incorporate cameras and other sensors able to provide additional analytics and insights to customer behavior. Best practices: Create and maintain a list of customer touchpoints used. Consider grouping the touchpoints such as digital, print, in-store, etc. to better understand your capabilities Create a ‘mission’ for each touchpoint which forces you to think through how it can be used to support shopper acquisition, growth, and retention Work to create a platform infrastructure that ‘feeds’ each touchpoint to create the seamless - and relevant - experience shoppers want Use every touchpoint and customer engagement to learn; improving the relevancy of the engagement and learning to make the touchpoint more valuable Any digital touchpoints should be fed by realtime intelligence reflecting the latest interactions the shopper has had with you _____________________________ To learn more join the CART team along with Kate Favrow, Corporate Marketing Manager for AWG, and Roger Marin, CIO of Draeger’s, for the upcoming Customer Touchpoints webinar on Tuesday, July 24, at 2pm Eastern. View article on Winsight Grocery Business here   +MORE

Pace of Innovation -- Shattering the Status Quo

Gary Hawkins, CART

Retailers are shellshocked by the increasing pace of technology fueled innovation that is transforming and disrupting the industry. It seems not a week goes by that we don’t read about yet another new competitor entering the grocery space or some new innovation being rolled out by an existing competitor. Case in point: Kroger’s recent announcement that it is deploying its Shop, Scan, and Bag self-shopping solution at 400+ stores. This in response to Amazon’s cashier-less Go store pilot and Walmart’s similar self-shopping solution. Supermarket retailers are challenged on several fronts relative to innovation. It is nearly impossible for a retailer to be aware of all the new innovation entering the market. As an example, CART reviews an estimated 100 new solutions each month. Beyond awareness though is the challenge of deciding what areas to focus on (supply chain, distribution, marketing, store operations, etc.) and deciding what specific solution to pilot. And then having to decide what new capabilities to deploy across operating stores. Having efficient operations, quality foods, and great pricing and service is simply the cost of entry to supermarket retail. The new battleground is innovation. This is a new world for retailers to navigate. As an example, we see too many retailers implementing different digital capabilities in a piecemeal fashion rather than working towards a cohesive and comprehensive platform. The self-shopping capability mentioned earlier is a great example. Some retailers are trying to implement this kind of capability through a third-party app or a separate app rather than bundling it into one mobile app for their customers. Shoppers are after an omni-channel, seamless experience, not being forced to interact with different apps or systems to do business with a retailer. CART is here to help. We’re able to leverage our strong retail experience, industry knowledge, and unique insight to new capabilities and innovation flowing into the market to help retailers understand where they are today relative to their competitors and best-in-class retailers. Developing an innovation roadmap is important to help in prioritizing what new innovation to focus on and to create a foundation capable of adapting to new capabilities and technologies as they come into the market. +MORE

Mobile Payments

PayPal

Get paid anywhere. PayPal Here is the easiest way to accept any form of payment. Wherever your business goes, your sales can go too.  Clear, simple pricing: 2.7% per US card swipe. 3.5% + $0.15 to key in cards. 2.9% + $0.30 to invoice. 1% for cross-border transfers. Accept all payment types: Accept credit and debit cards instantly, or send an invoice to get paid later. You can send invoices online or even record cash and check transactions. Live customer support: Our knowledgeable team is here to help whenever you have a question, available on either your phone or via email. It’s your choice. No long-term commitment: Download the app, get set up quick, and pay as you sell. There are no monthly fees, setup fees, cancelation fees, or processing minimums. +MORE

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iOS & Android app development

Appus Studio

Design and development of mobile applications for iOS (iPhone, iPod & iPad) and Android platforms. Distribution to App Store and Google Play is free of charge service. +MORE

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GoGrab

GoGrab

GoGrab is an innovative shopping platform that connects local retailers, independent sellers, drivers, and shoppers. With GoGrab, anyone can easily create an on-demand or subscription based online store in minutes. GoGrab is becoming a preferred one-stop marketplace for users looking to shop everything online from a single place while also becoming an ideal solution for anyone looking to build a successful online business in minutes. GoGrab offers the most flexible pricing in the market. Our end to end platform for independent sellers and retailers offers features like POS integration (products and prices in real time), real-time excel inventory integration, loyalty programs, fulfillment backend apps, customer analytics, real-time order and driver tracker, promotions and much more.  Our goal is to simplify, innovate and disrupt the local shopping behavior of retailers, independent sellers, and shoppers. +MORE

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Midax Mobile

Midax, Inc.

Midax mobile is an application that incorporates mobile shopping and payments in a fully integrated or semi-integrated form for merchants at all levels. A convenient mobile wallet application allows east enrollment of customers and the ability to move securely, all payment types. +MORE

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Mobile from Worldpay

Worldpay

Whether you’re a tradesman or run a delivery business and want to accept credit or debit card payments on the road, our mobile card reader is the best choice. It’s fast and simple to set up. With no need for a fixed broadband connection, you can accept payments anywhere with mobile coverage. +MORE

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Omni-channel E-Commerce Platform

VIC

VIC's E-Commerce and Shopping Trip Planning platform brings everything together under one integrated web site so you can offer your shoppers real time access to shop your stores, manage loyalty accounts, clip digital coupons, view circulars and create shopping lists. It creates a shopping destination that is tailored to your brand, your systems and partners so you can differentiate. You can upsell, cross-sell and personalize your website with intelligent targeting and content. Your employees can fulfill online orders with live in-store fulfillment tailored to their jobs. The platform extends to stores with seamlessly integrated kiosks and digital signage for true omni-channel capabilities to drive in-store purchasing decisions. Additionally with email, text, voice and location based technologies, it delivers marketing tools to reach shoppers or let shoppers reach you no matter where they are. You can drive your own digital strategy no matter what the current and future competition is, with complete enterprise customization around your market, strengths, and marketing message. +MORE

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Merchant Mobile Commerce Solutions

First Data

When it comes to differentiating your business, mobile payment solutions can give you the edge over your competitors.  We are in an age of Universal Commerce, where in-store commerce, eCommerce and mobile commerce converge to provide consumers with an integrated buying experience that is personalized, secure, and all available through their smart phones. +MORE

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Mobile & Loyalty Payment Integration

Cash Flow Solutions, Inc.

Loyalty programs and mobile apps engage retail customers in a way that brings more value to their shopping experience. Integrating custom payment solutions into these platforms personalizes that experience and simplifies the checkout. Retailers converting credit card transactions to ACH and direct debit can also reduce transaction fees by up to 60%. These savings immediately impact the bottom line and can be leveraged to improve the benefits of loyalty programs, a win-win for the retailer and customer. Our team designs these solutions to fit operational and marketing needs to strengthen a competitive advantage in the marketplace. +MORE

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Adyen

Adyen

Accept every payment on one platform Making payments easy gives you a competitive edge. Adyen’s platform lets you expand quickly, manage risk, and track results – one platform, one partner, no hassle. +MORE

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DeepMagic

DeepMagic

we make AI do magic  QICK STORE PLATFORM - Mobile Scan and Pay solution with sophisticated anti-theft controls. Artificial Intelligence monitors shopping activities, flags suspicious behavior, and provides real-time information to store managers and associates. MOBILE SCAN AND PAY, RADICALLY CONVENIENT A NEW, EXPANDED OMNI-CHANNEL EXPERIENCE EASY ON-BOARDING, EASY ENTRY FRICTIONLESS RETAIL, PROTECTED BY AI  QICK KIOSK - Walk-in popup store for secure, unattended retail operations in locations where pople would like to shop, but currently can't, including hotel lobbies, residential buildings, airports, etc.  UNMANNED ROBOTIC POP-UP STORE  A NEW, RADICALLY CONVENIENT, OMNI-CHANNEL EXPERIENCE, EASY ON-BOARDING, EASY ENTRY FRICTIONLESS RETAIL, PROTECTED BY AI +MORE

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Visa Checkout

Visa

Innovations for a Cashless World -  Online payments as easy as 1-2-3 Just three simple steps stand between you and easier online payments. Visa Checkout  Visa Checkout helps speed up the checkout process, transforming shoppers into buyers. Visa Checkout provides your customers a way to confidently pay on your e-commerce site and in your app. With Visa Checkout, enrolled users don't have to fill out their credit card number or billing address, meaning they can check out in as few as two fields. +MORE

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OwlTing

OwlTing

OwlTing is a technology company that builds powerful & simple products focus on Mobile Commerce, Map, Blockchain and AI. Social x Places Take photos and share places, Invite your friends to explore the world  Share places Share photos & places with friends or public Explore Map Browse places around the world  OwlTing Market Chosen merchants and products from local  Customize Map by categories  Milk Map  Fruit Map  Huadon Map  Taiwanese aborigines Buy directly from Map Explore business on map and buy directly from mobile  Create Your Mobile Business Page for free  Create Mobile Website in 5 mins Upload Product Photos with Smartphone Start Selling by direct Facebook "Call to Action button" to Your Mobile Business Page Fully integrated with different Payment Methods and Sales Report  Open Market Start your business now! Sell on mobile anytime, anywhere  Simple Steps
 to Start Selling Design for mobile customers, Upload photos and start selling Free to build your E-Shop,
 No Monthly Fee Commission Charge only,
 No Hidden Fee! Mobile management for merchants Manage products, sales report on mobile  Global Travel Services Hotels, Car rentals and Airline tickets  Experiences destinations like a local  Book from OwlTing travel, Earn 3% rebate for market Book from priceline/Agoda/Booking.com Over 700,000 Hotels worldwide Hotels in more than 20,000 cities Choose local tours from local professionals No need to plan trip anymore, Experience destinations like a local +MORE

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Standard Cognition

Standard Cognition

Improving the retail checkout experience, by removing it entirely. +MORE

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ShoppinPal

ShoppinPal by Fermyon

OMNICHANNEL DONE RIGHT. Open source integrations for POS and ERP systems. ShoppinPal is mobile commerce platform for brick & mortar retail stores that increases foot traffic and creates loyal shoppers Stock Replenishment App   Get 3xs improvement in stock replenishment efficiency, get rid of inaccuracies with fulfillment.  Works on all platforms and devices.   POS-ERP Data Sync  Sync all key data between your POA and Netsuite ERP. Vend integration available out of the box. UI based configuration and monitoring.  Run store and online operations from one place via our integrations with leading retail systems.   POS + Ecommerce Connectors   Integrates with several leading e-com systems including but not limited to Shopify, Blackboxx and Wordpress. CVS-Vend Import Import all key data from CSV to your POS. 1-time and ongoing sync with POS with external systems via common data formats such as CSV and Excel.    +MORE

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LevelUp

Level Up

Delight your customers with a digital extension of your brand  We build best-in-class mobile apps and customer engagement platforms that make understanding and engaging your customers incredibly easy. LevelUp for Developers LevelUp's developer platform is all about making it easy to connect businesses to their customers. Our goal is to make LevelUp's unique data and functionality open to developers, agencies, restaurants and more.  Order Ahead Network Integrate your online ordering platform to LevelUp. We'll list your merchants and expose their menus to LevelUp's millions of users, driving incremental order ahead orders at no-cost to you, or your merchants.   POS Integration Integrate your point-of-sale with LevelUp to enable in-store acceptance of LevelUp payment and loyalty transactions. Offer your merchants a full-stack loyalty, payments, ordering and CRM solution all-in-one.  Mobile App Dev Tools Looking to add LevelUp functionality to your own app? Our mobile SDK makes it easy to add in-store payments, loyalty & rewards, order ahead and backend CRM functionality to your branded merchant app.  Build Something New Our API enables you to do all kinds of neat things with our 308,000 location merchant network. Pull menus, get ready times, submit orders, run campaigns. What will you build? +MORE

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Heartland

Heartland Payment Systems, Inc.

Payment Processing Whether your retail business is small or large, success can hinge on finding simple and effective payment processing software. While you’re busy managing inventory, supervising employees and taking care of your customers, let Heartland be your payment processing partner so you can focus on what matters most.  Mobile Payments Give your customers the convenience to pay the way they want. With Heartland’s mobile payment processing solutions, you can keep the line moving while keeping up with the latest payment trends. We offer reliable security, easy-to-install hardware and downloadable apps.  Payroll It’s hard to focus on growth if you’re busy processing payroll, all while managing customer expectations. At Heartland, we provide complete payroll management services for your store—so you can get back to doing what you love. Our full-service retail payroll software will offer secure, reliable solutions you can trust. e-Commerce Use your Internet-connected PC or device to process credit, debit and prepaid commercial cards quickly and securely. Portico provides an inexpensive way for you to accept payments and replaces stand-alone payment terminals that require dedicated phone lines. Portico can be used to process card-present and card-not-present transactions.  Gift Card Gift cards get customers in the door and encourage them to come back. We can help you increase your profits and gain more loyal customers with our merchant gift card program for store owners. From customization to reloading capabilities and more, Heartland has the solutions you need. Plus, you can always count on our reliable security.  Loyalty Program Loyalty marketing programs keep your store’s brand at the forefront. You’ll be able to turn good customers into loyal customers by incenting them through rewards-based marketing. Loyalty programs build relationships and increase customer frequency.  POS Efficiency and simplicity in point-of-sale systems is vital for your success. That’s why we offer a full suite of retail POS software and hardware that allows you to more efficiently manage your store.  Lending When growing your store, there’s always something that needs to be done. Something to buy. Someone to hire. That’s why Heartland offers loan assistance for retail owners. We’ve partnered with multiple sources as part of our retail loan program so you can get the funding you need at the terms you want, all while working with a company you know and trust.  Analytics Heartland’s InfoCentral—your one-stop shop for all your reporting needs—provides you with great features to help you manage your retail operation. View your store’s performance, review sales and transactions, monitor batches and deposits, receive real-time notifications and much more—at no additional fee when processing with Heartland. +MORE

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Premier Technologies

Premier Technologies Pty Ltd

VOICE, EMAIL, SMS, CHATWHATEVER IT TAKES TO SERVE CUSTOMERS Premier Contact Point delivers a full featured cloud contact centre suite - including Outbound, Inbound and Blended traffic - that lets your customers choose how they want to deal with you.  BECOME A PAYMENTSINDUSTRY LEADER TODAY Premier’s White Label payment gateway will quickly position you as the preferred provider of omni-channel payment services.  GREAT TECHNOLOGYACCESSIBLE TO YOUR BUSINESS Premier offers industry-leading cloud contact centre, secure payments, transactions or receivables solutions that let you focus on your core activities. +MORE

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Online-to-Offline Commerce

Capillary Technologies

The O2O commerce revolution Online to Offline & Offline to Online is a business model that draws potential customers from online channels to physical stores. It has caused a strategic shift in the retail ecosystem, where consumers can now browse products online before making the final purchase in brick-and-mortar stores. +MORE

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Payments

Vernost Marketing Services Pvt. Ltd.

VernostPAY PAYMENT PLATFORM Vernost Platform provides a wide variety of payment solutions built on a robust payment platform. This platform allows the flexibility to enhance, add, and customize payment solutions for various industries and vertical markets. We have made major investments in this platform to ensure its flexibility, security, and functionality meet the needs of our merchants and partners.  FUTURE PROOF & SCALABLE The VernostPay platform is future proof, including the ability to scale and be flexible for new or customized payment solutions. From small to medium businesses, to large businesses, multi-merchant locations, chains and more, it provides the tools and functionality to accept payments easily. PRODUCT & FEATURE RICH Built on top of our VernostPay platform is the comprehensive suite of payment solutions available for in-person, online, mobile, and virtual payments as well as our integrated payment solutions for software companies and developers. BUILT ON A FOUNDATION OF SECURITY In addition to the functionality of the platform, it is built with security at the forefront. Our security tools in our package are included in each service. +MORE

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VeWallet

Vernost Marketing Services Pvt. Ltd.

The world is increasingly mobile, people want access from wherever they are, whenever they need. At VeWallet, you have the option of recharging and shopping from anywhere and are equipped with a secure online wallet called VeWallet. +MORE

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BlinkReceipt

MicroBlink

Real-time receipt scanner Our proprietary SDK extracts every possible detail from consumer purchase receipts across the entire retail industry and our robust product cataloging system helps you make sense of the data you are collecting. Blinkreceipt runs locally on a device (no server side), has high accuracy, scales infinitely, and is the most cost-effective way to collect consumer purchase data.  US retailers supported Currently, it supports receipt scanning for over 80% of the US printed receipts, with a plan to increase US coverage to  ~100% and expand internationally by the end of 2017. Blinkreceipt is built on supervised deep learning. Our research engineers work on customized neural network models trained on huge datasets of manually labelled data. The system is built for mobile devices from the ground up - two times faster than regular tensorflow or torch. +MORE

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Houge Technology

Jiangsu Houge Technology Corp.

Financial And Tax Data Processing Terminals  Mobile Logistics Financial Terminals  Cloud Data Collaborate Terminals  Net Cash Registers  Special waterprool keyboards  Mobile Financial Payment Terminals  Payment Terminal In Hand  Two-dimensional Bar Code Reading Products  POS Shell and Drawer +MORE

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