Everyone’s pretty much addicted to their smartphone these days – especially tech savvy shoppers. As our infographic shows, 90% use their phones in-store and 52% do so to check competitors’ prices and look for reviews.
What can Bluetooth do for your stores? For a quick view – watch our animation – or read on. It’s a question that’s been discussed in retail forums for a while now. But, before I look at that, let me explain why I think Bluetooth should play a role in your marketing strategy.
And so, another successful NRF Big Show is in the books! This year’s conference hosted over 33,500 attendees previewing the latest in retail technology and innovative ideas. From our perspective, the main themes of the show seem to revolve around digital innovations and most importantly, making the customer the focus. In keeping with NRF tradition to launch never-before-seen technology solutions, the Displaydata team was proud to announce the newest additions to our ESL suite: the Aura 29 BLE with Bluetooth Low Energy, the Chroma 16 and the Chroma 74. We also showcased our new ability to track in-store customer behavior through our partnership with SmartFocus, complete with an eye-catching wine display that some lucky winners were able to enjoy the contents of with our #NRFWineDown drawing on the last day of the show.
This month's guest post comes from Localz. Crowned winner of the John Lewis business incubator JLAB in 2014, Localz specialises in micro-location technology, enabling retailers to access more detailed insight into customer behaviour.
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