The Sunday Business Post - Mobile tech comes up with the goods for dream shopping
When we think of enterprise mobility we think about laptops and mobile computers being used outside the four walls to complete tasks such as proof of delivery. But enterprise mobility is not just for outside of the four walls it can also apply to applications inside the four walls too, like a retail store
Andrew Daly Sale Manager explains in a recent Sunday Business Post article in the ICT in Retail edition. Andrew discusses the key areas that retailers want to improve such as supply chain process having visibility of stock throughout the supply chain and the tracking of assets such as combi, crates, and containers, also the customer in-store experience. Andrew explains by implementing key technologies such as rugged handheld devices to withstand harsh environments and perform a number of tasks such as stock count in the warehouse and click and collect service in front of the store. He also discusses technologies for the retail store such as electronic shelf edge labels which will allow management to update price without needed staff to manually change labels. Personal shopper solution scanner allows customers to scan items while they shop making for a quicker checkout.
Read the Mobile tech comes up with the goods for dream shopping article to find out more about how these enterprise mobility technologies can benefit retailers.