Association for Retail Technology Standards

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  • / Technology

    Retail technology standards group names co-chairs for 2009

    Grant Anderson of Academy Sports + Outdoors and Perry Kramer of BJ’s Wholesale Club have become co-chairs of The Association for Retail Technology Standards, the standards division of the National Retail Federation.

    Posted 02/02/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    Grant Anderson of Academy Sports + Outdoors and Perry Kramer of BJ’s Wholesale Club have become co-chairs of The Association for Retail Technology Standards, the standards division of the National Retail Federation.
  • / Press Release

    NRF Announces Best Practices for PCI Compliance

    New York, January 12, 2009-The National Retail Federation announced today the release of the first installment of Best Practices for PCI developed in cooperation with PCI Knowledge Base. This release contains 25 best practices which provide guidance to companies on how leading retailers are addressing all of the requirements outlined in the PCI Data Security Standards. The Best Practices were developed based on more than 300 hours of anonymous...

    Posted 01/15/2009

    New York, January 12, 2009-The National Retail Federation announced today the release of the first installment of Best Practices for PCI developed in cooperation with PCI Knowledge Base. This release contains 25 best practices which provide guidance to companies on how leading retailers are…
  • / Press Release

    ARTS Announces new POS Standard: Web Services for POS

    New York City, January 13, 2009-The Association for Retail Technology Standards (ARTS), the standards division of the National Retail Federation, is pleased to announce the release for comments of Web Services Point of Service (WS-POS). WS-POS is a new standard currently under development as part of UnifiedPOS version 2.0, planned for release in late 2009. WS-POS enables POS devices such as printers, scales and scanners to be connected to...

    Posted 01/13/2009

    New York City, January 13, 2009-The Association for Retail Technology Standards (ARTS), the standards division of the National Retail Federation, is pleased to announce the release for comments of Web Services Point of Service (WS-POS). WS-POS is a new standard currently under development as part…
  • / Technology

    ARTS releases new standards to simplify search engine advertising

    Following a test under which Circuit City successfully submitted detailed product information to the AOL Shopping platform, the retail data standards group ARTS has announced new standard formats to simplify how retailers submit data to search engines.

    Posted 10/17/2006Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Following a test under which Circuit City successfully submitted detailed product information to the AOL Shopping platform, the retail data standards group ARTS has announced new standard formats to simplify how retailers submit data to search engines.
  • / Technology

    New group will develop common standards for product description

    Online retailers, search engines, marketers and others are working to develop a common standard for describing products for SKU-based advertising and comparison shopping.

    Posted 02/10/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Online retailers, search engines, marketers and others are working to develop a common standard for describing products for SKU-based advertising and comparison shopping.
  • / Technology

    ARTS releases a standard to improve multi-channel inventory data

    The new data standard helps retailers maintain accurate inventory records regardless of where customers place orders, the Association for Retail Technology Standards says.

    Posted 09/23/2005Kurt PetersPost a comment

    The new data standard helps retailers maintain accurate inventory records regardless of where customers place orders, the Association for Retail Technology Standards says.
  • / Press Release

    Brooks Brothers Goes Live with Point of Sale System

    Venerable Retailer Uses Leading-Edge Technology to Improve the Customer Experience UPPER MARLBORO, MD – June 28, 2004 – After completing a successful pilot, Brooks Brothers has begun the rollout of Nextor® all Java enterprise managed POS system to its 168 stores in the U.S. The application is the product of ADS Retail, a 20-year old store systems veteran. Brooks Brothers is already seeing benefits from the new system including: currently active...

    Posted 07/02/2004

    Venerable Retailer Uses Leading-Edge Technology to Improve the Customer Experience UPPER MARLBORO, MD – June 28, 2004 – After completing a successful pilot, Brooks Brothers has begun the rollout of Nextor® all Java enterprise managed POS system to its 168 stores in the U.S. The application is…
  • / Technology

    NRF announces a standard for digital asset management

    The NRF’s Association for Retail Technology Standards has created the XML-based Digital Asset Management program to assist retailers in acquiring, storing, and maintaining photographs, logos, and graphics.

    Posted 08/11/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    The NRF’s Association for Retail Technology Standards has created the XML-based Digital Asset Management program to assist retailers in acquiring, storing, and maintaining photographs, logos, and graphics.
  • / Press Release

    ARTS and AfterBOT Announce Collaboration on Digital Receipt Technology

    WASHINGTON, Feb. 13 -- The Association for Retail Technology Standards (ARTS), a division of The National Retail Federation (NRF), and AfterBOT Inc., an Atlanta, Georgia based company, announced today a collaborative effort to increase the adoption and use of the Digital Receipt Schema released by the ARTS IXRetail Group earlier this year. The IXRetail schema details the purchase information necessary to create an atomic-level marketing database...

    Posted 02/13/2003

    WASHINGTON, Feb. 13 -- The Association for Retail Technology Standards (ARTS), a division of The National Retail Federation (NRF), and AfterBOT Inc., an Atlanta, Georgia based company, announced today a collaborative effort to increase the adoption and use of the Digital Receipt Schema released by…
  • / Press Release

    Multiple UnifiedPOS Implementation Scenarios To Be Shown At NRF 91st Annual Convention & EXPO

    Contact: Scott Krugman/Sarah Scheuer (202) 783-7971 krugmans@nrf.com scheuers@nrf.com Richard Mader National Retail Federation arts@nrf.com -- Vendors Unite To Demonstrate Cost-Saving Power Of UnifiedPOS -- Washington, DC, January 8, 2002 - The Association for Retail Technology Standards (ARTS), a retailer-driven membership organization dedicated to creating an open environment where retailers and technology vendors work together to create...

    Posted 01/09/2002

    Contact: Scott Krugman/Sarah Scheuer (202) 783-7971 krugmans@nrf.com scheuers@nrf.com Richard Mader National Retail Federation arts@nrf.com -- Vendors Unite To Demonstrate Cost-Saving Power Of UnifiedPOS -- Washington, DC, January 8, 2002 - The Association for Retail Technology Standards (ARTS), a…

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