Digital Signage Today Editor Bradley Cooper encounters a Walmart shelf-edge display that failed to get its message across. Instead of a heartwarming holiday video, it delivered a buffering, stuttering mess.
Verifone North America President Joe Mach shares insight on what retailers are doing, the big trends in play with customer experience and how consumers are spurring trends and retail customer experience strategies.
Digital signage is a viable and effective communications tool, but companies taking the first step in signage deployment will be much more successful on the playing field if they understand the basics of what digital media is and how it operates. Learn the basics of digital signage and how to make it most effective.
The SafePoint® solutions from Loomis are designed to save retailers time and money while enhancing the security of a store and its employees. SafePoint® eliminates 60% of the risk and labor associated with counting and handling cash manually.
Harriet Green, general manager for IBM Watson Internet of Things, customer engagement and education, explains how retailers must welcome an early adopter mentality. Retailers need to embrace innovations such as artificial intelligence and cloud to introduce new ways to differentiate their brand.
Tractica Principal Analyst Mark Beccue and Interactions VP of Marketing Jane Price explain in a live one-hour free webinar why retailers should be embracing artificial intelligence technology when it comes to customer service and brand experience.
Sethuraman Janardhanan, practice head and client partner, big data analytics, at Happiest Minds Technologies, explores the multiple synergies that have made the Amazon-Whole Foods acquisition the most notable one in retail and one which holds power to redefine many existing models.
Dr. Anil Kaul, CEO and co-founder of Absolutdata, writes that as AI becomes a part of daily living, brand leaders are realizing the potential the technology has to transform marketing. AI is poised,he believes, to upend traditional notions of buyer-seller dynamics.
At present, the future of brick-and-mortar retailers looks bleak; however book author John Pugliano believes the technological forces that have favored online retailing are about to shift the advantage back to the local storefront.
When most businesses think of artificial intelligence, chances are they think about chatbots, logistics, or really any machine learning algorithm that improves their business processes. But what some companies are finding out is that AI can do a whole lot more than just streamline operations.
Retailers are inundated with new technology innovations, promising big returns for their bottom lines. It is difficult to decipher which deserve priority. However, few innovations have been able to match the benefits of augmented reality in retail.