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February 20, 2019 | by Diebold Nixdorf
Take fast fashion to a whole new level. Our solutions empower fashion retailers to provide better self-service to their customers - increasing brand loyalty and enhancing the end-to-end customer experience.
February 18, 2019 | by Diebold Nixdorf
Everyone loves the meatballs at IKEA. What if you could use a self-checkout that automatically recognizes the finger foods on your tray, without the need for a cashier (or a six page instruction manual)? Trayzi - the solution we developed for IKEA - makes this a reality. Experience seamless self-checkout at its finest.
February 01, 2019
Empower your retail customer to shop and checkout the way they want- faster, and without the friction.
January 23, 2019 | by Diebold Nixdorf
Devon Watson and Matt Redwood discuss the need for retailers to engineer their self-service and self-checkout offerings to the right customer segments, so they can truly enhance the customer journey. Retailers can discover their consumer's shopping habits and payment habits using data analytics, and we can help you understand that data.
January 10, 2019 | by Diebold Nixdorf
Modern shoppers expect self-checkout options, and if you're store doesn't have them, you're missing a big opportunity. With Storevolution™ Advisory Services, you can see your specific ROI through a completely customized and comprehensive proprietary data modeling approach. Join the Storevolution™ today!
December 19, 2018 | by John Regan
At our recent TechStyle pop-up shop in London, we showcased a checkout solution that does just that. An innovative “fashion table,” our SCO specifically designed for retail empowers shoppers to scan their own items or even place all of their items on the table at once to be scanned in bulk through RFID technology.
November 12, 2018 | by Guest Author
Self-service checkout technology is transforming the way Americans think about customer service.
October 29, 2018 | by Horst Jung
RFID technology has been available for quite some time, but the concept of tracking products with the help of RFID tagging didn´t really catch on, primarily because RFID equipment prices (both labels and devices) have been too high to offer true competitive benefits for early adopters. However, as RFID technology has evolved and become more mainstream, prices have come down and today it offers an interesting alternative for retailers that want to improve their customer service and operational margins.
July 31, 2018 | by Diebold Nixdorf
Amazon shook up the retail space by introducing their own brick-and-mortar retail space, but they added a twist. With the use of an app, a combination of sensors and cameras, the store tracks a consumer’s purchases and charges their Amazon card when they walk out. It’s the epitome of quick and convenient, and it’s got a lot of traditional retailers on edge.