Box Technologies announces Retail Systems Forum 2011

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Box Technologies, the UK provider of customer interface technology solutions, has announced the date for its widely anticipated annual Retail Systems Forum 2011. The Retail Systems Forum is to be held on 18th May 2011, within the prestigious Microsoft Conference Centre in Reading, Berkshire.

The theme for the event will be 'Improving Technology Decision Making for the Multi-channel Retailer' and key note speakers will present to delegates on the latest innovations and technologies being utilised within the retail sector, retail strategies and best practice.
Some of the hot topics which will be discussed on the day include 'building a retail IT strategy that focuses on today's multi-channel shopper', 'contact less payment technology', 'improving customer insight and loyalty' and 'engaging your customer through integrating mobile into your multi-channel IT strategy'. The event will close with a multi-channel technology interactive panel discussion, with Question and Answer session with speakers including the E-Commerce Systems Manager for Waitrose and the Head of IT Strategy for
Now entering its 11th year, the Retail Systems Forum (RSF) is the brainchild of Box Technologies Chairman, Russell Willcox and has continuously evolved and developed over the last decade and is now widely recognised as THE event for the retail technology sector, delivering a wealth of relevant and thought provoking information to delegates from the UK and Europe.
Russell Willcox, Chairman of Box Technologies said "The Retail Systems Forum grows in popularity year after year, primarily due to our reputation within the industry but also because of the quality of our sponsors, the relevance of our speakers, content, networking opportunities etc. Delegates gain valuable insight, from like minded individuals within the retail sector. Attendance has always been high and we expect demand to increase in 2011, given that we have speakers from leading retail companies including Vodafone, Sainsburys, Game and Spar, amongst others".

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