Attendees of this year's event can expect a heavy dose of technology and omnichannel advice.
We're all faced with multiple challenges in our work lives including tight deadlines, hitting our numbers, getting product to the market, unexpected emergencies and so on. Often, these challenges begin to consume our days, weeks and months.
The challenge is magnified even more when we consider the rapid changes in technology.
Portability and modularity offer ease of use in a traveling kiosk installation.
State and national parks enter the mobile world with a cached map app that functions as a self-service tour guide.
JD Events, organizers of CETW, will put sole focus on growing the show in New York City.
Ron Bowers details the CETW session on omni-channel convergence and maximizing customer engagement.
CETW organizers forecast that Sandy will blow over in time for the event to go on, despite dire predictions.
A Q&A with NCR discussing how tablets have impacted the self-service industry.
Michael Moore from Reflect talks about platforms that can help retailers and others manage interactive devices that are equal parts digital sign and kiosk.
NCR used its booth at the fall 2011 CETW to showcase its endless-aisle solution. It enables retailers to bring their e-commerce functionality into the store for use when customers want products not currently in stock.