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Taking Stock Podcast, Episode 3: Why Returns Matter – Reverse Logistics, The Customer Experience, Cost Implications

by Jesta I.S. | June 10, 2021 Jesta I.S.’s podcast Taking Stock: Talking All Things Retail is about retail tec

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Customer Expectations Post-COVID and What That Means for Retailers

by Camille Chin | May 12, 2021 Empowered by product blogs, customer reviews, unboxing videos and more, modern co

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Taking Stock Podcast, Episode 2: How To Accelerate Your Brand’s Digital Transformation Through Retail Disruption

by Jesta I.S. | May 6, 2021 Jesta I.S.’s podcast Taking Stock: Talking All Things Retail is about retail techn

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Five Tips for Ship-from-Store Success for Omnichannel Retailers

by Camille Chin | April 21, 2021 It was this time last year when non-essential stores locked their doors to shop

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Supply Chain Productivity for an Omnichannel World

by Jesta I.S. | March 25, 2021 A shortage of parts, shipping delays and rising costs are just some of the supply

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Taking Stock Podcast, Episode 1: How the Pandemic has Accelerated the Adoption of Contactless Payments and QR Codes

by Jesta I.S. | March 9, 2021 Jesta I.S. is proud to announce the launch of Taking Stock: Talking All Things Ret

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Jesta I.S. and Yuansfer Announce a Partnership to Enable Global Omnichannel Shopping Using Mobile Wallets

Montreal, QC, Canada (February 4, 2021) – Jesta I.S. Inc., a global developer and provider of enterprise soft

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Curb Appeal: The 3 Musts of Buy Online Pickup at Curbside (BOPAC)

by Camille Chin  |  November 2, 2020 Even if your business was deemed “essential” during the early months

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What You Missed at Jesta’s First Virtual Connect Conference

by Esther Bendayan  |  September 16, 2020 Our first-ever Virtual Connect was a success! In an effort to facili

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5 Ways Jesta’s Unified Commerce Platform Improves Omnichannel Shopping

by Camille Chin  |  September 1, 2020 So far 6300 retail stores will close in 2020. Last year, Cushman & W

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