Retail

Optimizing In-Store Retail Shopping Experiences to Exceed E-commerce Expectations

Even when retail customers are offline, technology continues to influence the way they shop. Struggling to satisfy a consumer base more inclined to add items to a virtual cart than an actual one, brick-and-mortar retailers are embracing new strategies and technologies that provide in-store customers with a more personalized and interactive experience.

Netsync equips forward-thinking retailers with solutions that help create more fulfilling customer engagements. These tools use customer buying history and predictive analytics to drive additional sales opportunities as well as enhanced networking to support point-of-sale technologies that accelerate customer check-out.

As the ease and speed of online retail shopping continues to reset the bar on consumer expectations, retailers that fail to incorporate the benefits of in-person shopping with the perks of an online buying experience can expect to become another casualty of the brick-and-mortar bust.

Case Study: Wireless Upgrade Leads to Better Coverage, Increased Collaboration and Improved Learning Conditions

Case Study: Wireless Upgrade Leads to Better Coverage, Increased Collaboration and Improved Learning Conditions

Difficulty Connecting, Poor Coverage, Missed Opportunities Inhibit Learning A large Texas school district had a problem: their wireless system was more than 10 years old, leading to poor coverage, difficulty in connecting and missed opportunities in the classroom. With the never-ending growth of connected tech on campus, the administration had tried distributing stand-along “hot spots”…

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