Armed with increasingly powerful mobile tools, consumers are entering stores with an entirely new set of expectations...
Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) September 29, 2014
T1Visions, a provider of interactive touchscreen experiences, today announces its Vice President of Business Development, Marco Ventura, will lead a round table discussion titled ‘How the Connected Consumer is Shaping Retailers’ Omnichannel Strategy’ at the 2014 Mobile Payments Conference. The panel will be held on Wednesday, October 8, from 11:35am – 12:15pm.
MPC is a conference dedicated to the mobilization of retail and mobile engagement, bringing together experts from financial, retail, and mobile industries to discuss the impact of the mobile experience on their business. Ventura has shaped much of T1Visions’ recent growth in the retail sector, working directly with clients to develop their omnichannel strategy using T1Visions’ interactive inTouch™ technology. In addition to its inTouch Tables and Walls, T1Visions’ OneShop™ software application is helping retailers to reduce shopper exits due to Out-of-Stock merchandise by allowing customers to shop their entire store from the touch of their fingertips. OneShop can be fully integrated with a retailer’s POS system. Customers can also check-out with an embedded card reader or by using their mobile device.
Armed with increasingly powerful mobile tools, consumers are entering stores with an entirely new set of expectations. The MPC round table discussion will explore how retailers have adapted to this new breed of highly connected consumers and, in so doing, have augmented the in-store experience. Savvy retailers are transforming their sales floors into physical and digital shopping utopias – this panel will weigh the advantages of blending the physical/digital world, and cite examples of retailers who are already realizing success in this new space.
In conjunction with the roundtable discussion, T1Visions will introduce its 2014 retail whitepaper at MPC, available exclusively to MPC attendees and for download on http://www.t1visions.com after the conference.
The Fall 2014 Mobile Payments Conference will be held at the DoubleTree by Hilton, North Shore Chicago, Skokie, IL, October 6 - 8, 2014. Register at: http://mobilepaymentconference.com/registration
T1Visions creates interactive touchscreen experiences. Deliberately large in size and incredibly durable, our inTouch™ Platform includes tables and walls, along with complementary digital signage and mobile apps. Our products are powered by proprietary multitouch, multiuser software that transforms public spaces into more dynamic environments. The T1Visions team is made up of design, engineering, business and technology minds alike - resulting in unrivaled support to our customers from start to finish.
Based in Charlotte, NC, T1Visions works with retail, events and exhibits, corporate, hospitality, and education markets around the globe. The company is recognized as one of Charlotte’s Fast 50 by the Charlotte Business Journal and named to the 2014 Inc. 500 by Inc. magazine. Visit http://www.t1visions.com to learn more about our products and how we can work with you and your industry.
About Mobile Payments Conference
The Mobilization of Retail and Mobile Engagement is here. Join the world's foremost financial, retail and mobile experts at the Fall 2014 Mobile Payments Conference in Chicago. The future of retail will hinge on consumer adoption of secure mobile payments.
The Mobile Payment Conference is a great opportunity for any professional that wants to discuss the impact that the mobile experience has on their business. During the conference we will discuss the full lifecycle of the mobile topic. The discussion will review how to maximize a company’s relationship with their consumer adding more depth and color to their profiles. We will also explore how mobility evolves communication and effectiveness overall even in non-sales areas like field and corporate management. So feel free to come and explore how companies and their static environmental solutions will continue to be challenged through mobility as we target where our consumers are going and not where they are.