Retail Technology
1:20
Friday

TymeBank ready for launch

Customers will be able to open a TymeBank account across 500 Pick n Pay and Boxer stores from next week.

1:40

Logistics control towers unlock supply chain value

Logistic control towers make the supply chain better for the benefit of all, says Resolve Solution Partners.

1:50
6 Feb

Synergy enables efficient BI at Silo

Silo has appointed Synergy to redesign its BI Qlikview model and create a robust and dynamic method of automating the production of presentations.

2:30
5 Feb

Quadient partners with Beehive

Customer communications management solution provider Quadient has announced that Beehive Online Solutions has become its first partner in South Africa.

3:00

Count on deep intelligence

People-counting helps retailers to measure the effectiveness of marketing campaigns in attracting customers to visit their stores, says Stuart Bettle, video product marketing manager EMEA for Tyco.

1:10

Acumatica certifies One Channel's 1Retail POS solution

One Channel demonstrated commitment to quality by passing the Acumatica software test and aligning to future Acumatica roadmap releases.

1:30
25 Jan

Naspers increases stake in Russian e-classifieds platform

The global Internet company invests R16.3 billion in Russia's Avito, bringing its ownership to 99.6%.

4:30
21 Jan

Clothing retailers see more online growth

Traditional clothing retailers attract more e-commerce sales as South Africans slowly embrace online shopping.

3:10
Jan 15, 2019

How to boost online shopping in 2019

With advanced Web site security and convenient payment gateways in place, e-commerce will be a force to be reckoned with this year, says Domains.co.za.

3:00
Jan 14, 2019

Virgin Money app reaches 400K users, partners with merchants

The company's P2P payment app, Spot, adds a merchant payment feature to enable in-store purchases.

5:30
Jan 9, 2019

2019 will see the rise of digital banks in SA

With the launch of Bank Zero, TYME and Discovery Bank last year, the retail banking industry is set for a shake-up, say industry players.