Dan Berthiaume

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Dan Berthiaume is a recognized expert on retail technology, having covered the space since 1998. He has been interviewed on National Public Radio and Coffee Break with Game Changers, and quoted by a variety of publications and news sites including CNBC. Dan also has served as a moderator and panelist at numerous industry events.  




Walmart speeds up deliveries from stores

Walmart is implementing “parcel stations” to help move packages through stores to their final destinations.

Deloitte: Black Friday-Cyber Monday spending will rise 13%

New data indicates retailers will have a lot to be thankful for during the upcoming Black Friday-Cyber Monday (BFCM) shopping events.

Walmart looks to transform sourcing

Walmart is partnering with supply chain management provider Bamboo Rose to develop and implement a state-of-the-art enterprise sourcing platform.

Stitch Fix offers personalized holiday styling help

Stitch Fix is providing personalized assistance with holiday styling questions.

Exclusive: Half Price Books preps for holidays using tech and strategy

Half Price Books is focusing on areas including inventory, omnichannel fulfillment and labor for the holiday season.

Holiday shoppers’ top delivery priorities are…

A new survey reveals what consumers are looking for when they schedule holiday deliveries.

Pandora transforms merchandising with AI

The world’s largest jewelry brand is leveraging an artificial intelligence (AI) platform to streamline merchandising and planning processes.

Coach offers holiday shoppers digital try-on – via store windows

Coach is looking to attract shoppers and drive foot traffic with an augmented reality (AR)-based holiday experience.

Amazon providing free artificial intelligence skills training

A new program from Amazon aims to train 2 million people globally to work in artificial intelligence (AI) by 2025 – with no charge.

Walmart Business offers omnichannel holiday party resources

Walmart is helping small-to-medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and non-profits celebrate the holdiays with their employees and clients.