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August 27, 2020
Footfall systems—also known as people counting, shopper counting or foot traffic monitoring—allows physical stores, arenas, casinos, and airports to count or track the number of shoppers, attendees or visitors that enter. There are different wired and wireless ways to count people such as thermal sensors, video cameras - these vary from basic security cameras, WiFi […]
August 18, 2020
Whether your goal is to optimize deliveries, simplify a complicated process, or identify which coolers to replace, you need to start with obtainable and current data. Access to accurate information about your grocery or supermarket locations can only bring about positive results. A store profiling solution takes survey data—such as measurements, fixture details, equipment counts, […]
August 4, 2020
During these challenging times, retailers with an abundance of physical stores are making difficult decisions. As you carefully reevaluate your future strategy, you may have to shutter some of your stores, reconfigure existing stores or convert some locations into fulfillment centers. Your stores are constantly changing. For example, retailers such as Shake Shack, Chipotle and […]
July 28, 2020
Covid-19 has caused a lot of uncertainty for retailers. However, marketing and advertising experts advised businesses “not to go dark” and “to maintain a presence.” As marketing continues to play a critical role in staying competitive, doing whatever you can to reduce your spending can help you weather the storm. “A man who stops advertising to save […]
July 21, 2020
These last few months, you’ve most likely made changes to your stores to help protect your customers and employees. Whether you’ve installed sneeze guards, handwashing stations, contactless fixtures, or extra hand sanitizing dispensers, it’s important to track these new additions.   Why Document Store Updates & New Retail Equipment? Inaccurate data about your stores can […]

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