Restaurants, hotels, coffee shops and other service-industry businesses face a similar challenge. They aim to provide guests with a relaxing, high-touch experience in the most efficient way possible. But with ever-changing menus, specials and event schedules, it can be difficult to ensure that all of your customer touchpoints have up-to-date information. Perhaps the best way to stay up to date is through the use of digital signs.
Retail businesses today face a massive challenge. In our über-connected world, consumers have access to endless shopping choices. Comparing prices or ordering online just requires a quick Google search. In fact, 80% percentage of shoppers report that they compare prices online when shopping in-store. So how can brick-and-mortar retailers continue driving sales in-store? One solution is to bring digital experiences into the physical store.
Small businesses these days face a lot of pressure from competitors, both online and locally. Now more than ever, businesses must keep their branding and messaging up to date, while keeping marketing costs low. Digital signage is the perfect solution, as it provides a low cost, engaging and fun way to communicate with customers.