Technology News - Inside Retail NZ

Hallenstein Glasson grows sales in first half, but expects profit dip

Profit to be impacted by new accounting standard.

Kogan sees record half-yearly sales and profit, though revenue dips

Kogan broke through the slump that affected many retailers over the Christmas period.

Burden on CIOs to prep workers for automated future, Gartner says

Many retailers investing in AI to help human and robot collaborate in supply chain, research finds.

Why laptops could be facing the end of the line

Some people have already begun to desert the laptop market.

Startup raises $14 million for its smart shopping cart tech

IMAGR sees a big market for its smart carts that let people skip the queue.

Online competition didn’t kill Jeanswest. Boring retail killed Jeanswest.

Our contributor takes a closer look at one of the larger administrations of January.

The end of the checkout signals a dire future for those without the right skills

In the coming decade we might see radically larger numbers of jobs lost to automation.

The Warehouse staff wearing cameras to boost store safety

Business currently undertaking trial of new safety systems.

Why is pureplay online retail so rarely profitable?

Our contributor makes some back-of-the-envelope calculations to answer this perennial question?

A useful guide for CEOs on how to make ethical decisions in business

Business leaders can no longer stand by and watch from the sidelines.

The Iconic warehouse now capable of serving 50,000 customers per day

The online retailer has added 8000sqm to its Sydney warehouse.

New World launches new-look supermarket

New World Pukekohe aims to inspire and redefine the chain’s customer experience.