Static menu boards are on the decline as foodservice operators upgrade to digital signage solutions. Operators are looking to these state-of-the-art digital displays that boast visually appealing aesthetics, not to mention easy-to-update menu items, to help them compete in a crowded foodservice environment.
Retailers are in a constant state of intense competition, not just with each other, but also with online retailers. They also struggle to reach distracted customers, who would rather look up deals on their smartphones than pay attention to advertisements. So with all the competition, how can retailers get an edge?
Brands really can't treat any of their customers like they're all alike anymore, not just the millennials, especially now that the technology is available to enable brands to treat them all more and more like individuals.
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First, let's start with some stats I painstakingly researched on the Internet for five minutes: The average human attention span is eight seconds. Most people who click on this article won't finish reading it. Twenty-two percent of American adults have...
3M recently debuted its first fully integrated, interactive Virtual Presenter at South by Southwest Interactive in Austin, Texas. SXSW attendees could interact with the life-like digital avatar through a touchscreen interface to get conference panel recommendations, learn more about 3M...
NEC Display Solutions of America's Rich Ventura talks new solutions, inclulding its new V552 LED edge-lit mid-range commercial display that can be deployed "pretty much anywhere in a retail environment," at this year's NRF BIG Show in New York City.
Intel's Guess that Spice, an interactive experience educating customers about the scent and flavor properties found in McCormick's array of spices, combines touchscreen digital technology with sensory triggers.
NCR's Monica Hatchem demos the latest retail solution, the SelfServ 85 Slimline. The ADA-compliant kiosk features a 32-inch multitouch screen, as well as an integrated card reader, printer and scanner. It has various retail applications, such as use in Endless Aisle.
By Doug Stephens Imagine this…. You drive a moving van outfitted with retail fixtures, signs, a cash register and loads of jewellery up Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, park directly in front of Tiffany & Co. You swing open the doors...
What if you could get the least engaged staff member to actually care about your customers? What kind of difference would that make to your business? In this article, we'll share an approach that will help you convince your customers that your staff really do care about them...even if they don't.