Tag: contactless


By Christian Floerkemeier, CTO & Co-Founder, Scandit The COVID-19 pandemic has created the need for ‘contactless retail’. Retailers have a safeguarding responsibility to their customers and employees, to help them stay safe by offering contactless shopping options that minimise human interaction. Read more…


When retailers were empowering themselves with technologies such as 3-D body scanning, virtual trial rooms, endless aisles and self-checkouts, etc., the last thing on their mind at that time was that these technologies will allow them to go contactless in Read more…


IMAGES Business of Fashion talks to Sarfaraz Miller, IT Head, Celio* India to understand how brands are implementing digital applications to increase brand recall, generate revenue, and create innovative channels for interacting with their consumers… How important a role does Read more…


Social distancing, masks, and a lockdown. The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing people to stay at home, work from home and buy from home. Despite the lockdown being lifted in phases, the economy beginning to limp back to the ‘new normal’, Read more…


Doing its bit to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus through people-to-people contact, e-commerce firm ShopClues has canceled its cash-on-delivery mode of payment for all essential items, urging customers to pay online for their purchases. On its part, ShopClues Read more…


Bengaluru: Amazon India has stopped accepting cash — the most popular mode of payment — for transactions, in a bid to encourage contactless deliveries during the ongoing 21-day nationwide lockdown to curb the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. “New ordering Read more…

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