Implementing mobile technology into the business has long been a topic of conversation for many retailers. Now, one company has introduced a payment system solution to help push that along.
The advertising company is rolling out a network of retail digital panels that will run based on the local temperature at each location.
Leica Camera Australia has partnered with business management software provider Pronto Software after realising it needed a technology platform to help record and retain intelligent data about the company at all times.
Discount Drug Stores is trialling a robotic dispensing system in two of its Queensland in hope that it will cut waiting times, increase efficiency and improve customer service.
AMP Capital Shopping Centre has launched an interactive web-based game, Game-2-Win, to engage and reward customers in a different way.
Western Australians will be the first in the country to have state-wide access to a smartphone application that will allow them to order their McDonald's meals via their smartphone.
Salmat Digital has acquired Magento's ecommerce solutions provider in the Asia Pacific, Netstarter, to complement its existing hybris enterprise solution.
Businesses are waking up to the digital age with the latest Deloitte CIO Survey revealing 80 per cent of businesses have either increased or kept their IT budgets the same this year.
Australian wine brand Jacob's Creek has launched its Premium Drinks app that has been designed to allow shoppers to scan store receipts to received instant rewards.
South Australia’s Burnside Village is showcasing the inside of the centre to shoppers and prospective tenants using Indoor Google Street View as part of Google Maps' Business Photos initiative.