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July 28, 2022 | by Diebold Nixdorf
In an increasingly digital world, the physical store is dramatically changing as technology plays a critical role in the evolution of retail. Advanced self-service technology is transforming and enhancing the store experience for customers around the world.
April 20, 2022 | by Diebold Nixdorf
Efficient, optimized checkout solutions can underpin sustainability initiatives, especially when they’re designed with sustainability at the forefront throughout every phase of the product lifecycle—from product planning, development, production, logistics, operation, service and maintenance to POS.
October 13, 2021 | by Guest Author - Mark Thomson
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted retail to a point of no return. It has brought forward digital transformation and changed the way consumers want to shop.
August 03, 2021 | by Reint Jan Holterman
Vynamic Smart Assist provides real-time status of touchpoints or transactions anytime, anywhere, in-store, on any device. An assistant can easily clear an intervention and support customers on short notice.
July 28, 2021 | by Rahul Singh
Experience retail self-service technology like never before – through augmented reality. Learn more about the DN Visualizer app that brings the latest Diebold Nixdorf technology to you virtually.
July 22, 2021 | by Reint Jan Holterman
Vynamic Smart Control – Screen Mirroring gives consumers more control over their transactions and provides more options for an engaging in-store experience. For consumers who have concerns around touching devices in stores, it provides an additional avenue to conduct their transactions.
May 12, 2021 | by Reint Jan Holterman
It’s evident that handing out the smartest rewards and most appealing offers is no longer good enough. Winning and retaining customers in the post-COVID era requires retailers to reimagine their loyalty and customer engagement strategies
January 07, 2021 | by Reint Jan Holterman
As we all know, “the times, they are a-changin” and retailers will have to support new types of journeys in 2021 that acknowledge the reduction in physical interactions between consumers and staff while in store,
September 30, 2020 | by Matt Redwood
As a result of the pandemic, many retailers discovered that they lacked the IT agility to implement changes swiftly and effectively, illuminating a challenge that the industry must address so it can thrive moving forward: the need for an open, flexible infrastructure that can adapt to rapidly evolving customer journeys.