Paul Price, CEO of Creative Realities, discusses how technology is getting better, cheaper and faster - and how the rate of change is accelerating, and why it is crucial for companies to be aware of the intersection of social and mobile.
Growing the NYC show will be the priority of CETW organizers in 2013.
A CETW panel discussed making use of technology and DOOH throughout the retail purchase process.
Lo-K displayed its LOOK application at CETW fall 2011. The tool identifies the age and gender of passers-by, enabling retailers to do a better job of merchandising to them.
Few things frustrate shoppers more than sales assistants who don't know their products or their inventories. Reality Interactive's Jetty Hartsky shows off her company's iPad-based POD solution to that very problem: the sales e-binder.
NCR used its booth at the fall 2011 CETW to showcase its endless-aisle solution. It enables retailers to bring their e-commerce functionality into the store for use when customers want products not currently in stock.
Stu Armstrong talks about ComQi's recent partnership with the Shazam mobile app, which provides an audio alternative to QR codes.
Digital Signage Today editor Christopher Hall talks to 3Seventy about integration trends and impacts.
Kiosk Marketplace editor Cherryh Butler discusses a new kiosk model at Customer Engagement Technology World.
TG3 Electronics demonstrated keyboards that mimic the feel of ordinary ones without compromising ruggedness.