Doug Stephens, retail prophet, provides insight on trends coming into play for retail customer experience and what he predicts will evolve in the next few years.
Gurus from Smashburger, Dickey's Barbecue Pit, Detroit Red Wings, Domino's Pizza and Wingstop are among a hefty list of speakers and panelists offering expert insight at the annual event being held June 1 – June 3 in Dallas. Registration is open.
Today's consumer is a visual consumer who expects interactive communication and has about an 8-second attention span -- and the customer experience is no longer as much about price and product as it is about three other specific terms: place, process and people.
The ICX Symposium in Atlanta later this month will feature a session featuring two executives from MaxMedia addressing retail's emotional economy. ICX Association Executive Director Scott Slucher interviewed the duo about the emotional truths of customer engagement.
The ICX Symposium in Atlanta later this month will feature a keynote address from three friends, executives at major brands, talking about the future of customer experience. ICX Association head Scott Slucher interviewed the trio about what to expect.
With the Interactive Customer Experience Association set to host 'Inflection Point: The Future Tech of Customer Experience,' aimed at getting B2C brands ready for the future of customer engagement tech, we talked to the Association's executive director about what to expect.
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The ICX Association earlier this week handed out its 2015 Excellence Awards to 14 winners in the categories of digital signage, kiosk and self-service and mobile, as applied across many vertical markets.
Brick-and-mortar retailers and restaurants must find ways to bring “social proof” to their stores and technology may be the way to do it.
Consumers with a natural sense of curiosity want to engage with technology, says Eric Vazquez, project manager for Encore Event technologies, but will the technology provide value to the consumer and if so, in what form and to what end?
Consumers want to interact with technology, but that technology has to make sense for both the business and its customers, says Paula Suarez, director of software analysis and development for Dickey's Barbecue Restaurants Inc.