If you didn't get a chance to attend the recent the Interactive Customer Experience (ICX) Summit held this past June in Dallas you can get a deep look at the exciting technology and insight shared during the three-day event.
Rafik Hanna, senior director of Taco Bell’s All Access, shared insight on how the QSR is transforming to drive a best-in-class customer experience and why technology is always at the forefront in a keynote address at the recent ICX Summit
Kiosks and digital signage improve the customer experience, which can translate into improved sales for retailers, but the journey typically has obstacles to overcome. Two veterans of the journey shared their experiences.
Retailers are boosting sales, and the customer experience, by putting innovative mobile device technology into the hands of store associates. Learn more by watching and listening to a webinar sponsored by CompuCom and hosted by Tulip Retail.
One of the highlights of this year's ICX Summit in Dallas was the wealth of innovation on display at the ICX Discovery Zone, where attendees received hands-on demonstrations of customer engagement technology.
Consumers want more products and fast access to products. Retailers want to sell as much product as possible. An endless aisle strategy can deliver on both but retailers need to ensure the customer experience is well thought out, according to experts.
Rafik Hanna, senior director, All Access, at Taco Bell will share insight on how the brand is winning big with customers due to its digital transformation strategy at the upcoming Interactive Customer Experience (ICX) Summit taking place next month in Texas.
Mary Beth Laughton, Sephora's executive vice president for omnichannel, offers up insight on making the shopping experience more personal and that while technology is critical it's not the only big strategy ingredient and why mobile is playing a huge role today.
Trevor Sumner, CEO of PERCH Interactive, says retail needs to evolve to the point that every inanimate object interacted with can be enhanced by computer vision to tell the shopper more what they need and want to know. He believes computer vision technology can lead the way.
While e-commerce continues to expand, consumers still want to visit the store for fresh food. Supermarkets need to find ways to improve the in-store shopping experience and integrate it with digital interaction.