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Contactless Payments and NFC in Retail: The U.K. is the first in a series of country and region specific IDC Retail Insights studies looking at the markets for contactless and NFC. The report is now available on http://www.idc-ri.com but to whet your appetite, here is a report precis along with a few contactless statistics from UK retailers.


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We've just published a business strategy report on evolving best practices and opportunities for applying social media analytics, coined socialytics by IDC, across all core retail processes. Our research showed that social retailers that understand consumers' interests, intentions, and influence within the digital universe have the tools to make better decision than those made by their competitors still running blind to such matters.


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I was impressed by the "right device - right associate" story told at a June 2012 Motorola Solutions Retail event I had the pleasure of attending. While we all know that consumer grade devices are gaining traction for a variety of operational use cases in retail enterprises, the Motorola retail enterprise story laid out in a series of more than half a dozen demos in a very appropriate retail-like space in New York City seemed very compelling.


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IDC Pan-European Retail CIO Summit 2012

By Ivano Ortis – 1 Comment

IDC's Retail CIO Summit Europe 2012 was held on June 14th and 15th in the beautiful setting of Chantilly near Paris. The event was sponsored by Tyco Store Performance Solutions, HCL Technologies and Ingenico. The event brought together CIOs and Line of Business Executives of European retail brands of different sizes and segments, with active contributions from IDC Retail Insights analysts from Western Europe, CEMA. and US. What were the main discussion points and identified industry directions?


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This brief post is to provide a very high level overview of JDA's future strategy. This post is based on the "JDA Innovation Forum 2012" that was held in Cavenago Brianza (near Milan) at the end of May.



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