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Amazon’s new Australian marketplace is partnering with Hyperwallet, a global payout platform to digital marketplaces, to provide international sellers with a more seamless payment process.


Tyco Retail Solutions announced that DTLR Inc., a U.S. lifestyle retailer, has selected its ShopperTrak in-store traffic analytics solution to provide shopper behavior insights across all 107 stores in 12 states and Washington, D.C.


OXXO, Mexico’s number one convenience store chain, has entered into a three-year license agreement with Revionics Inc. for Revionics Price Suite with optional analytical services including Key Value Item Analysis, Elasticity Workbench and Store Zone Clustering.


OrderGroove, the leader in relationship commerce, announced its platform for driving repeat purchasing behavior via online and in-store subscription enrollment has been deployed by The Vitamin Shoppe.


CashStar, a market leader in gift card ecommerce solutions for large merchants, announced that Chico’s FAS Inc., a leading specialty retailer whose brands include Chico’s, White House Black Market and Soma, has launched an enhanced consumer gift card ecommerce program powered by CashStar Consumer.


First Insight Inc., a technology company transforming how leading retailers make product investment and pricing decisions, and the Fashion Institute of Technology, a college of the State University of New York, have created the first-ever certification course to educate students on how to leverage predictive analytics in the design and merchandising of new products.


PlumSlice Labs announced that Exhart, a leading wholesaler of home and garden décor to top U.S. retailers, selected PlumSlice’s Product Experience Cloud to centralize and automate its product workflows.


Pottery Barn, a member of the Williams-Sonoma Inc. portfolio of brands, is partnering with Leesa Sleep, a leader in the emerging direct-to-consumer online mattress industry founded with a powerful social mission. Pottery Barn customers can purchase Leesa’s American-made mattresses online at, marking Leesa’s growing partnership with Williams-Sonoma Inc. after a successful launch with West Elm.


OrderDynamics and BORN announced a partnership to deliver seamless online commerce experiences to retailers and consumers. BORN is known for creating the visually compelling templates that stimulate online shopping journeys, and the integration with OrderDynamics allows it to offer inventory visibility and fulfillment options to customers in any market or vertical.


12 ReTech Corporation has reached agreement with the Hudson Group, a subsidiary of Switzerland-based Dufry, A.G. to begin installing their 12 Technology Suite at the Soybu Boutique located in Dallas’s Love Field airport and at a second unidentified store that is also operated by the Hudson Group.


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