From airports to office buildings, shopping centers to city streets, digital wayfinding signage is increasingly showing the way when it comes to sharing dynamic information and directions.
Here’s a look at how merchants have adapted to changing consumer expectations during the coronavirus pandemic and what’s needed to succeed in this new environment.
Steve Jobs hated the thought of an Apple computer sitting on a shelf in a big box store sandwiched between competing products where an uninformed clerk would recite the specs of each to an unfamiliar customer.
In electronics stores around the world, one of the largest technology companies on the planet had a particularly pesky problem with its digital signs becoming distorted.
Being only PCI compliant is not enough. Businesses need to take additional security measures to protect sensitive cardholder data and their payment technology investments.
Though we take them for granted today, ATMs in particular have transformed the entire banking experience. Now, the Internet of Things (IoT) is now poised to revolutionize branch banking all over again.
Find ways to work with passionate technology advocates within your organization to implement the best solutions for the business.
With smart retail, all sorts of strategies are possible. If someone visits your website, for example, you can send them a digital coupon for whatever they were shopping for when they step into the store.
IoT technology can be leveraged in lots of ways to extend and improve customer service. Here are five of the most common ways.
Imagine the cost savings that could come from having a perfect digital copy of an assembly line product – a replica that isn’t just about dimensions and assembly details, but also reflects materials, lifetime maintenance data, and more.