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Matt Tyler, director of IoT, Wachter, discusses how the network technology integrator identifies the turnkey solution that works to address the challenges retailers face in attracting new customers. A key focus is on bringing the online buying experience into the brick-and-mortar environment by utilizing technologies like video and facial recognition in partnership with its equipment and software partners.
Companies: Wachter, Inc.
Tools like cloud technology and microservices are now necessary, while 5G will bring exponential growth to device connectivity and allow a more media rich experience.
Mobile strategies for retail extend beyond the store to the distribution center and private fleets. These include supermarket deli ordering kiosks and buy-on-line-pickup-in-store applications, mobile POS for line busting and more.
Mobile technology is increasingly important to retailers because they need to reach customers where they are.
Cappasity gives consumers the chance to interact with a 3D image in the retail e-commerce environment, allowing them to view a product from different angles.
Givex Brazil offers cloud-based interaction for retail customers
Sponsored by: Givex
This year's ICX Summit/CONNECT: The Mobile CX Summit event, held in Dallas, Texas, drew hundreds of retailers and brand leaders seeking expert insight, advice and tips. Check out the compelling keynote speakers and technologies on display at the innovation lab.
Hans Peter Nudling, the recently appointed Chief Strategy Officer for the Posiflex Group, discusses the strategic direction of Posiflex since acquiring KIOSK Information Systems and Portwell Computing.
PartnerTech introduces an all-in-one POS Solution, the Audrey A5.
Karim Iskandar, EVP of Global Sales for BookingBug, introduces a new workforce experience to the BookingBug platform for enterprise retailers and financial services clients called, Studio.
Andrew Barnard, Co-founder of BITSTOP demos the Bitcoin ATM.
At the Verifone Client Forum in May, 2018, Verifone announced plans to end-of-life the Enhanced Zone Router. As a result, retailers will need to use a managed network service provider, certified by Verifone.
At the Verifone Client Forum in May, 2018, Verifone announced plans to end-of-life the Enhanced Zone Router. As a result, retailers will need to use a managed network service provider, certified by Verifone. Retailer should begin preparations to transition their store networks.