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Mobile strategies for retail extend beyond the store to the distribution center and private fleets. These include supermarket deli ordering kiosks and buy-on-line-pickup-in-store applications, mobile POS for line busting and more.
Mobile technology is increasingly important to retailers because they need to reach customers where they are.
Couldn't make the CONNECT Mobile Innovation Summit? Catch the highlights with this video.
Coca-Cola collaborated with Posterscope, Clear Channel, ICUC and Google to produce a very personalized digital out-of-home campaign earlier this year in Times Square.
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…
Taco Bell again selected digital signage solution provider Aerva Inc. to launch the social media and digital out-of-home campaign for this year’s new product launch of its Cool Ranch Doritos Locos Tacos. The campaign integrates digital signage and social media,…
At this year's CTIA Wireless show in New Orleans, Mark Wozniak from ViVotech talked with DST sister site Mobile Payments Today about the company's efforts to improve the shopping experience with NFC. While the poster Wozniak uses to demo NFC is a static one, it also shows the potential for NFC deployments in digital signage.
Touch Revolution's Gene Halsey chats with KioskMarketplace.com about the company's solution allowing customers to interact with digital signs that can send their service requests to employees carrying tablets.
NCR Retail showcased its new joint effort with Screenreach that merges digital signage and mobility in retail at this year's spring Customer Engagement Technology World show in San Francisco.
Digital Signage Today editor Christopher Hall talks to 3Seventy about integration trends and impacts.
ComQi made perhaps the most intriguing announcement at CETW, with its partnership with the Shazam mobile app. Shazam, previously used to recognize songs on the radio, can now be used to connect with brands and agencies by tagging audio from digital signage screens.
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