How Standards Advance Retail
Change Is the Way You Serve Your Customers
– Lori Mitchell-Keller, Senior Vice President and Head of Global Retail for SAP
ARTS helps retailers stay ahead of the technology curve. It brings together passionate retail experts to network and share their experience to build new standards. Whether it’s enabling retailers’ POS devices to work together to standardizing an approach to RFPs, ARTS members have collaborated extensively to meet the IT needs of the industry. ARTS continues to be thought-leaders in the rapidly-changing world of retail technology.
Dick Mader, Executive Director of the Association of Retail Standards, a division of the National Retail Federation, will be addressing How Standards Advance Retail, and he is also presenting as part of the Retail Technology Panel at ICBA 2014.
Dick Mader, How Standards Advance Retail, and the Retail Technology Panel are part of the Strategic Direction and Marketing Programs at ICBA 2014.
The Association for Retail Technology Standards (ARTS) of the National Retail Federation is an international membership organization dedicated to reducing the costs of technology through standards. Since 1993, ARTS has been delivering application standards exclusively to the retail industry. ARTS has four standards: The Standard Relational Data Model, UnifiedPOS, XML, and the Standard RFPs (in partnership with NRF). Membership is open to all members of the international technology community-- retailers from all industry segments, application developers and hardware companies.