The Store of The Future

Margulis, Ronald
April 2005
SGB;Apr2005, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p26
Trade Publication
Discusses the technology trends in sporting goods retailing in the U.S. Problems faced by Cycle Loft with the productivity and inventory control of its retail stores; Key technology tools sporting goods retailers should consider; Advantage of radio frequency identification technology.


Related Articles

  • Shop tactics bring a new meaning to track and field. Higham, Nick // Marketing Week;8/7/2003, Vol. 26 Issue 32, p19 

    Focuses on the approaches used by the retail and information technology industries with media alternatives that will revolutionize data collection in Great Britain. Advantages of the self-service checkout for people with small number of purchases; View about the personal shopping assistant that...

  • Retail Gets Wired. Ryan, Thomas J. // SGB;Dec2004, Vol. 37 Issue 12, p24 

    Focuses on the improvement in the efficiency of sporting goods stores through advances in technological innovations. Efforts by retailers to enhance inventory management and reduce labor costs; Impact of online selling on the reinvention of shopping experience; Adoption of radio frequency...

  • RFID at Woolworths. Hunter, Joanne // Packaging Magazine;2/19/2004, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p6 

    Focuses on the plan of Woolworths PLC to become the first retailer to buy into the radio frequency identification tagging technology in Great Britain. Solution of two problem areas in store chain retailing.

  • CONNECTING WITH THE CUSTOMER. Berthiaume, Dan // Chain Store Age;Oct2005 Supplement, p26 

    This article presents several tips on providing customer satisfaction in retail stores. Some very simple fundamentals lie at the root of creating a customer-centric shopping experience and the most basic of all is knowing who your best customers are. Satisfying customers' needs means providing...

  • Wal-Mart Technologies Enhance Visible and Behind-Scenes Services.  // Retail Merchandiser;Jul2005, Vol. 45 Issue 7, p8 

    Reports on the continued use of innovative technology at Wal-Mart stores in an aim to enhance all phases of its operation as of July 2005. Expansion of radio frequency identification systems; Pilot program involving in-store kiosks; Steps taken to safeguard its data.

  • THE STORE OF THE FUTURE. Frazier, Mya // Advertising Age;1/16/2006, Vol. 77 Issue 3, p1 

    The article features several technological innovations and in-store frontiers for marketers to be launched at the National Retail Federation conference in New York in January 2006. Such innovations include a radio frequency identification system tag on the bottle of burgundy which tips off a...

  • Fighting back against online sales. Sirimanne, Erika // FMCG;Nov/Dec2013, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p46 

    The article discusses strategies being implemented by store-based retailers for the improvement of in-store customer experience, as a means to add value and attract customers from online channels, with the 19 percent increase in global online sales in 2012. In the new store of British luxury...

  • 5 Timely trends in in-store technology. Clapes, Bill // Display & Design Ideas;Sep2005, Vol. 17 Issue 9, p58 

    This article presents information on five trends followed in in-store technology. Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology has long promised to transform the supply chain by making products identifiable to store inventory systems. Driven by mandates from Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and the U.S....

  • Hemden und Hosen funken bei Adler. Nicole, Jagusch // Lebensmittel Zeitung;2/28/2014, Issue 9, p49 

    The article discusses the business plans for product labeling of the German fashion company Adler. Information on their plans to equip all of their 171 retail stores with a Radio Frequency Identification Radio Frequenz Identifikation (RFID), company information technology executive Roland Leitz,...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics