The technological challenges that brick-and-mortar retail faces – a deliberately critical scenario.
Shopping centers gain their competitive edge with innovative support options that bind customers to them and motivates these customers to return.
The Norwegian Boostcom Group is a world-leading PropTech supplier for shopping centers. In an interview with ACROSS, CEO Peter Tonstad explains how he manages to reach up to 80% of mall visitors.
Dutch company Chainels' platform provides the tools that are necessary to reach and engage mall stakeholders.
“Artificial intelligence, for example, already enables the personalization of consumer relations and facilitates fast and efficient vehicle parking.”
With 2019 heralded as the coming-of-age for PropTech, owners and managers of real estate are under increasing pressure to understand the value of technology when making key tech investment decisions.
Opinions tend to be very much divided when it comes to the big e-commerce players.
Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield and Toolbox Group jointly developed Mallcomm, the retail community operations and engagement platform.
One of the most important aspects of the advancement of technology is how it has unlocked massive potential by transforming the way we communicate. In our daily lives, we now have at our fingertips instant ways to access important information, engage with people and brands that matter, and stay safe and informed.
The basic concept of shopping will not significantly change, forecasts Silvio Kirchmair, CEO of umdasch The Store Makers. However, he does anticipate legal intervention. Google, Facebook, and Amazon will all be required to pay their financial obligations to the State.
How Big Data, mobile devices and social media revolutionize traditional customer retention management.
Audience recognition cameras in intu Victoria Centre in Nottingham will ensure that customers receive personalized content.