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Retailers who focus on creating the “store of the future” need to be careful not to overlook the technologies that are available for deployment today.
Digital signage is transitioning quickly from a nice-to-have to a must-have for bricks-and-mortar retailers, with an astonishing 40%-plus of retailers already using the technology in their stores.
A recent major digital signage acquisition aims to address a key market concern: the need for a one stop digital signage solution.
“By involving the client right up front, by being transparent throughout the process, ComQi builds trust with clients. We become trusted advisors ... and that’s when the magic happens.”
There’s no doubt that traditional retailing is facing many challenges these days, including e-commerce pressures, underperforming stores, and unwanted tenant leases.
In the digital signage industry, it's easy to get lost in a sea of various displays, software packages and media players. It can all start to blend together after a while. The key is to analyze the underlying trends.
ComQi Inc., a content management software provider, has been acquired by AU Optronics Corp, a Taiwan-based provider of digital signage displays. AUO recorded $11.5 billion in sales in 2017, primarily from its LCD displays, according to a press release. With...
Brick-and-mortar retailers could slow the erosion of their businesses by e-commerce platforms if they had better ways to understand shopper behavior and increase the probability of sales. The key is getting shoppers engaged with the store and brand, and borrowing on some of the techniques used by online platforms.
Hudson Group, one of the largest travel retailers in North America, has deployed a diverse set of dazzling digital displays at one of America’s busiest airports aimed at energizing the large store and driving sales and promotions, as well as adding to the customer experience.
Hudson Group, a travel retailer, has upgraded its location at the Detroit Metropolitan Airport with digital signage. The retailer deployed a circular LED display, a 55-inch digital poster and a touchscreen display, and partnered with ComQi to integrate its Engage...
At 2017's digital signage show, I noticed several trends ranging from mobile interactivity to more advanced touchscreen technology. Let's take a look at some of the biggest digital signage trends, according to industry experts.
BrightSign has announced its media players are now compatible with Comqi, Four Winds Interactive and Signagelive's CMS platforms, according to a press release. BrightSign integrated its players with these CMS platforms to give its customers more options, according to the...
ComQi's EnGage digital signage platform is now compatible with BrightSign's high-bandwidth digital content protection-compliant XT1143 media player. The platform can use this media player to drive encrypted cable TV signals through displays in waiting rooms, restaurants and other places, according...
In an odd twist, a massive high-tech investment in omni-channel, big data and IoT is taking retailers back to the future – back to something they used to know and do well: creating relationships with their customers.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Menu Labeling Requirement Act will go in effect on May 5th, 2017. This is bound to put some huge pressures on food establishments as this legislation requires any food service operation with 20 or more locations to have calorie counts and other nutritional information included in their menus.
To get the most out digital signage in retail settings, keep two key words in mind: Size Matters. That doesn’t mean bigger is better. What matters is using screen sizes that suit the setting, dynamics and purpose.
A new technology tie-up between Panasonic and ComQi will enable retailers to connect consumers to messaging on digital signage by using encoded light signals embedded in the screens, according to a press release from ComQi. With Panasonic's Light ID technology...
The retail business is again in the midst of massive transformation - with Retail 4.0 driven by advances of the cloud, big data analytics and the Internet of Things, and growing preference of shoppers for seamless experiences.
Retail has had the luxury of moderate changes, but that is a luxury ending fast. Stores and brands must adapt quickly or die, and that only highlights the importance of digital-enabled customer experience and experimentation based on strong investment assessment.
Anyone in any emerging technology sector can relate to the yearly predictions that next year is going to be the one in which their industry finally takes off. Has that already happened for digital signage?