Motorola Solutions has officially opened its Innovation Centre in Melbourne that showcases its range of technology solutions that is set to help drive productivity in a number of industry sectors including retail.
Westpac together with MasterCard are trialling an NFC chip embedded into a smartphone's SIM card for a contactless payment application.
Wrapp has launched its a social gifting service and a friend-to-friend marketing platform in Australia where it brings gift cards to the digital space.
Swedish furniture retailer IKEA is taking catalogue shopping to a new level where its 2013 catalogue will use augmented reality as a way to engage customers.
Singapore's low-cost airline Scoot will be adopting an upgraded payment service through e-commerce company POLi Payments.
Software technologies company InterSystems has assisted Koorong Books migrate its computer system to run on a Pick-based system to improve its performance and integration.
A new shopping experience has been designed by PayPal Australia and Point and Pay to help both retailers and the media world move into the digital world, which was launched in The Weekend West on Saturday.
The Winning Group has installed hybris' multi-channel e-commerce solution across the entire company including its online arms, Appliances Online and Big Brown Box, as well as its bricks and mortar outlet Winning Appliances and Winning Bathrooms.
Super Retail Group's Rebel Sports has unveiled a mobile OHS audit software solution which will be used to protect 5,000 staff across its network of 140 stores.
The company has now moved that simplicity over to the real world, letting customers at its Apple retail stores purchase accessories with their iPhone without having to talk to staff at all.