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    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…
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    ARTS Launches Project to Accelerate Retail SOA Adoption

    Big Lots, Oracle Execs Lead Effort to Provide Retailers with Industry-Specific SOA Model Austin, Texas, May 1, 2007 -- The Association for Retail Technology Standards announced at its quarterly XML Committee meeting today that it has launched the SOA Blueprint for Retail project, a program that will provide retail businesses with specific guidelines and best practices for implementing a service-oriented architecture (SOA). Retailers require SOA...

    Posted 05/03/2007

    Big Lots, Oracle Execs Lead Effort to Provide Retailers with Industry-Specific SOA Model Austin, Texas, May 1, 2007 -- The Association for Retail Technology Standards announced at its quarterly XML Committee meeting today that it has launched the SOA Blueprint for Retail project, a program that…
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    ARTS Announces International XML Standard for Product Content Management (PCM)

    Washington, DC, November 21, 2006 – It’s no industry secret that retailers, manufacturers and their suppliers can save billions of dollars annually by adopting standards for the automated exchange of product content such as pictures, videos, captions for use in shelf-edge and digital signs, catalogs, e-commerce websites, kiosks, etc. The Association for Retail Technology Standards (ARTS), a division of the National Retail Federation, today...

    Posted 11/21/2006

    Washington, DC, November 21, 2006 – It’s no industry secret that retailers, manufacturers and their suppliers can save billions of dollars annually by adopting standards for the automated exchange of product content such as pictures, videos, captions for use in shelf-edge and digital signs,…

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