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NEW YORK — AisleBuyer has unveiled the latest edition of its commerce platform and self-checkout application.
AisleBuyer CEO Andrew Paradise said the platform upgrade of mShop "was designed to meet the needs of retailers at any stage of mobile commerce development." The company said the latest edition of mShop, which debuts at the National Retail Federation Show this week, includes such upgrades as:
Software development kits — available for iOS and Android — which enable retailers to customize their applications to include features and technology readily available via Web application program interfaces;
New Web APIs, designed to allow users to easily integrate merchandising data from other retail systems into the AisleBuyer mobile commerce platform;
A merchant dashboard, now available to brick-and-mortar retailers, provides a real-time view into all in-store activity, including individual shopper analysis; and
A redesigned consumer interface.