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NRF 2014 Interviews: Infor

In the third of our exclusive, cross-site vendor interviews from January’s NRF show in New York City, our Editor talks with Robert McKee and Andrew Dalziel of Info about the importance of trade shows, and the concept of “beautiful software” across PLM and ERP. Ben Hanson: Infor have been exhibiting at NRF for several concurrent […]

NRF 2014 Interviews: SAP

In the second of our exclusive, cross-site vendor interviews from last month’s NRF show in New York City, our Editor talks with the SAP retail team about the paramount importance of the retail experience, and how technology has become a prerequisite for meeting consumer expectations. Ben Hanson: SAP are still one NRF’s biggest advertisers, even neglecting […]

NRF 2014 Interviews: ecVision

In the first of our exclusive, cross-site vendor interviews from last month’s NRF show in New York City, our Editor talks with Gary Barraco of ecVision about supply chain transparency, sustainability, and the future of collaborative materials management. Ben Hanson: Firstly, how has the show been for you, and do you think the trends you […]

NRF 2014 – The WhichPLM Report

Our cross-site coverage of NRF 2014 resumes with the Editor’s annual report on the sights, sounds, trends and hot topics (both PLM and ERP) originating from the 103rd of retail’s “big shows” in New York City. While retail has withered, bloomed, withered and bloomed again in recent years, the sheer scope and bombast of its […]

The top trends from NRF 2014

Following his return from New York City, our Editor lists the top trends (in both technology and the retail experience) that emerged from this year’s bigger-than-ever National Retail Federation “Big Show”. 1. The return of the shopkeeper It’s little wonder that bricks and mortar retail has lost its way. In our personal lives, we all […]