|| White Papers & Case Studies
Tuesday, 19 June 2012
How Ferrari and Maserati dealer Autostrada Sport uses digital signage to reinforce their luxury brands
Located in Oslo, Norway, Autostrada Sport sells and services Ferrari and Maserati cars. The company also operates Autostrada, with locations in Oslo and Skien, which imports, sells and services select high end model BMW, Mercedes Benz, Porsche, Aston Martin, Land Rover, Audi and Lamborghini, in addition to Ferrari and Maserati. Known for their prowess on the racetrack, unmatched designs and extreme attention to detail, these luxury sports cars appeal to a select group of affluent clientele. Autostrada Sport, in cooperation with Autoropa, imports new Ferrari and Maserati models to the Norwegian and Swedish markets. Autostrada Sport is also an authorized service center for these brands.
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Provided by Omnivex
Tuesday, 29 May 2012
Acquire Digital was commissioned to create an interactive kiosk application to enable customers of Optical Express and Pearle Opticians stores located throughout the UK and Netherlands to discover the benefits of Transitions lenses first hand.
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Provided by Acquire Digital
Wednesday, 30 November 2011
Garmin international is a marketleader in navigation and communications systems for the airforce, automotive, watersport and outdoor sectors. They are innovators in their area of expertise and this is also shown in their promotional activities. The company installed a digital signage solution in the window of one of their stores in Moscow, Russia.
The Director of Retail at Garmin decided to look for an innovative way of promoting their navigation systems and chose for an interactive digital signage solution. This approach is completely in line with the companies mind-set to make things easier for the consumer.
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Sponsored by AOpen
Thursday, 08 September 2011
The Director of Retail at Garmin decided to look for an innovative way of promoting their navigation systems and chose for an interactive digital signage solution using their own software on an AOpen Digital Engine and a Philips LCD display.
Garmin international is a market leader in navigation and communications systems for the airforce, automotive, water-sport and outdoor sectors. They are innovators in their area of expertise and this is also shown in their promotional activities. The company installed a digital signage solution in the window of one of their stores in Moscow, Russia.
“Interactive solutions are ideal for drawing attention to our products,” according to Eugene Dobrynin, Director of Retail at Garmin. This approach is completely in line with the companies mind-set to make things easier for the consumer.
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Sponsored by AOpen
Monday, 13 June 2011
In order to enhance the in-store customer experience, stores are using smart retailing. Smart retailing uses technology to create meaningful customer interactions that can be managed and measured. To incorporate smart retailing, customer-facing technology can be used, including:
- RFID tags
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Wednesday, 12 May 2010
Standing in line at the Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union used to be dull, but no more. Thanks to ADFLOW Networks, customers can enjoy the best culture Poland has to offer as they watch Polish-TV on digital displays. Download Now.
Friday, 01 January 2010
Self-service does more than empower your customers — it empowers you to extend your brand. Learn how in this special report from Self-Service World. Download Now.
Monday, 30 November 2009
As digital signage evolves, more retailers are using the technology to make an impact. Small screens can be an inexpensive way to influence customers at the point of purchase. Download now.
Monday, 23 November 2009
Wow Bao, a fast casual Asian restaurant concept, uses self-service kiosks provided by NEXTEP SYSTEMS to offer customers more efficient service. The kiosks also help increase up-sell, improve throughput time and provide payroll savings. Download now.
Friday, 04 September 2009
The branch office of BMW PLC in Frankfurt/M opened their new‚ used-car center in Dreieich in March 2005. In the newly constructed sales rooms, on two levels, around 1,000 used BMWs were on offer and new models were exhibited. Eleven friendlyway terminals help the customers find their dream car at all times. Download now.
Monday, 27 July 2009
Clorox and H.E.B. partnered to pilot a solution finding kiosk in several H.E.B. stores. Nanonation developed a simple and easy to use interface for customers to locate the product right for their problem. Download now.
Monday, 13 July 2009
When the Nuance Group initiated a redesign of its Tax and Duty Free shops in the Toronto and Calgary international airports, the company wanted to incorporate large-format digital displays. The Nuance Group has been able to meet its objectives of driving sales and increasing point-of-sale merchandising while also controlling its own network and providing advertising exposure to its key brand partners. Download now.
Tuesday, 21 April 2009
In the next five years, shoppers will increasingly rely on themselves — and the opinions of one another — to make purchasing decisions rather than waiting for help from in-store sales associates. A combination of new technology and the next wave of mobile devices will give the in-store shopping experience a significant boost. Download now.
Thursday, 08 January 2009
D2 Sales' interactive bus shelters helped introduce the new Treo to a new audience. Download now.
Monday, 26 November 2007
Clorox had a challenge. They needed a way to educate consumers on their wide variety of specialty products designed for specific homecare tasks. To accomplish this and to reach customers at the point of decision, Clorox and H.E.B. partnered to pilot a solution finding kiosk in several H.E.B. stores. Nanonation developed a simple and easy to use interface for customers to locate the right product for their problem. Download now.
Monday, 11 June 2007
Travel agencies spend large amounts of money on posters and airfare boards. The Scala Infochannel system is making these promotions easier for these agencies. Download now.
Monday, 25 September 2006
Custom home builder turned to a kiosk solution from Aztek Technology to help demonstrate dream home concepts to prospective clients. Download now.
Tuesday, 19 September 2006
British vacation company Thompson Holidays wanted something that would help it compete with Internet travel sites, and implemented virtual try-before-you-buy vacations. Thompson teamed up with Remote Media to film a 3D virtual tour of Egypt, complete with sights, sounds and smells. Download now.
Monday, 10 July 2006
SMART's interactive digital signs allow potential customers to tour custom homes that aren't yet built. Download now.
Tuesday, 30 May 2006
Imagine having the product knowledge of every retail store employee at your fingertips. Imagine no longer, this has now become reality as many retailers turn to product information kiosks to supplement busy sales associate staff. Download now.
Monday, 17 April 2006
Mobile Bay tapped MontegoNet for a kiosk that tracks data on the visitors who use it. It also uses digital signage to show looping video to those who pass by. Download now.
Tuesday, 24 January 2006
When Neutrogena needed its old customers to try new products, they turned to SeePoint and a self-service solution. The result was the Personal Skincare e-Valuation kiosk. Download now.