Overview of the biggest retail technology offerings from the past week – Retail Technology Innovation Hub

Natural Baby Shower has partnered with Go Instore to add a live video retail to their website.

Customers can now turn to an in-store nursery specialist for advice and view products.

They can also access it through an appointment service, powered by Appointedd, a cloud-based online booking platform.

Walmart’s Global Tech and Store No. 8 teams are testing a text tool for shopping in certain areas.

No information on the exact release date of the feature for everyone, but, in a press release, Dominique Essig, vice president of conversational commerce at Store No. 8, said it would be “more widely available at the future”.

La Perla deployed Quantum Metric’s continuous product design platform as part of a drive to improve its digital shopping offering.

US-based autonomous shopping company AiFi has launched four Zappka stores in Poznan, Krakow and Warsaw in Poland, all micro-markets located in high traffic areas and open 24/7. .

In the US, building on BottleRock (September 3-5, Napa Valley), AiFi continues to enable autonomous shopping at music festivals, in partnership with Verizon 5G.

This includes Sea.Hear.Now (September 18-19, Asbury Park) and Governor’s Ball (September 24-25, New York).

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