Office supply chain Staples recently announced the launch of its omnichannel prototype stores that feature endless-aisle kiosks and digital signage. The in-store solution allows customers to replicate the online shopping experience of one of the country's largest Internet retailers within the company's brick-and-mortar locations.
Amazon's success proves that those who understand their customers at a deep level will win. At a panel at the recent ICX Summit, Eric Schongalla, manager of retail systems at Carhartt, and Roger Starkweather, senior VP of sales and experiences at OpenEye Global, discussed how businesses can utilize data analytics and personalization.
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Rich Ventura of NEC Display Solutions demos the company's new touchscreen digital signage kiosks that many restaurants are using to showcase their LEED certification info.
NEC's Rich Ventura shows Cherryh Butler, senior editor of FastCasual.com, how the company's kiosks designed for restaurants can allow customers to order healthier meals.
Winner of the Digital Screenmedia Association Industry Excellence Award for best education self-service kiosk project.
An intriguing dynamic is playing out in the payments landscape: The demand for both cash and mobile financial services is increasing concurrently. Mobile phones are enabling cash transfers, payments and withdrawals. Tom Harper talks about what attendees can look forward...
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...
NCR demoed their mobile shopper app for Mobile Payments Today contributing editor Cherryh Butler for sister site Retail Customer Experience at this year's NRF Big Show in New York City.
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.
At this year's NRF show, representatives from Motorola were on hand to demonstrate the company's new multi-plane bioptic imager, the MP6000 scanner. According to Motorola, the scanner works at extremely high speed and accuracy rates, and works with damaged barcodes, as well as barcodes on plastic loyalty cards or a mobile phone screen.
Steven Lane from Honeywell Scanning and Mobility shows off sled devices for Apple products that create a mobile POS for retailers.
With tablet and mobile technology constantly changing, retail and restaurant operators face a risk in their investments, as five years from now, their devices could be obsolete. Direct Source has unveiled a Hardware-as-a-Service plan that allows operators to deploy devices,...
A partnership between Zebra Technologies and Olea Kiosks resulted in this assisted selling, coupon dispensing kiosk.
Earthlink's VP of MPLS Network Solutions Greg Griffiths discusses the company's new solutions for PCI compliance and its new service level agreement.
Elo Touch Solutions showcased its new mobile tablet solution and 70-inch digital signage solution at the recent NRF Show in New York City. The tablet is specifically built for retail and restaurant atmospheres as it includes a full, functional POS...
Andy Bowden, the strategic marketing manager at HP, shows off the ADA compliant concierge kiosk at their booth at NRF.
Wincor Nixdorf showcased its ADA-complient self-checkout solution at the recent 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.
Edward Crowley of One Source Interactive talks about the check-in kiosk his company supplied for the Customer Engagement Technology World show in New York City.
MokiMobility CMO Brad Hintze talks about the latest features of the MokiTouch software.
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.