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Fashion 2.0 Message Board › Nordstrom Retail Experience Taking a Step Toward Being Like Apple

Nordstrom Retail Experience Taking a Step Toward Being Like Apple

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Nordstrom goes with mobile checkout at retail stores nationwide



What I like about this is another example of how we are so far from evolving into a mature retail experience that includes digital.

E-commerce isn't the only way to incorporate tech to increase sales. In fact, as many know, it's often the wrong move (and involves complicated politics - messing with traditional business models).

Just a nice article. Any cool new progressions in this realm lately? I think there was a recent meetup all about e-commerce.
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