Retail technology options to help smaller retailers compete with larger stores and deliver a customer experience superior to online retailers abound.
HOBOKEN, N.J. (PRWEB) January 17, 2019
A NYC area IT consultant and MSP reviews “future of retail” technology options for smaller retailers in a new article on the eMazzanti Technologies website. Autonomous vehicles, voice shopping, 3D Holograms and facial recognition for store management are among the innovations presented.
The informative article discusses new retail technology featured at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and other venues that is well-suited for smaller retailers. The company urges retailers to partner with retail technology experts to optimize their retail technology strategies.
“Retail technology options to help smaller retailers compete with larger stores and deliver a customer experience superior to online retailers abound,” stated Jennifer Mazzanti, CEO, eMazzanti Technologies. “They need not assume that the future of retail technology will pass them by.”
Below are a few excerpts from the article, “Future of Retail Technology Options for Small Business.”
“As seen at the just concluded Consumer Electronics Show (CES), there’s plenty of tech to go around. Smaller retailers who find ways to profit from innovation and partner with retail technology experts to adopt appropriate retail technologies will be more likely to keep pace.”
Mobility and Autonomous Delivery
“Autonomous drone, robotic and self-driving vehicle delivery are not just for Amazon and big online retailers. Smaller retailers can likely join in the game through partnerships when the services roll out. Grocery and restaurant deliveries are likely avenues for participation.”
“At CES, Toyota introduced its e-Palette autonomous vehicle concept. Boxy and to be available in varying sizes, the self-driving vehicles evoke a variety of uses for retailers. Perhaps most intriguing for smaller businesses is using e-Palette space as a pop-up store or restaurant on wheels. Thus, fast retail and mobile locations can replace or augment fixed brick-and-mortar locations.”
“Kino-Mo’s Hypervision is one of the most attention-grabbing 3D projected hologram technologies on the market. Sure to catch the eyes of shoppers, its accessibility and ease of use make it well-suited to smaller independent retailers. The easy-to-use software requires no special training and retailers design their own displays with lots of useable content available in Hypervision’s content library.”
Prepare for the Future of Retail Technology
Smaller retailers need expert assistance to navigate rapidly evolving retail technologies. A retail technology partner will identify ways that new retail technology can increase revenues for their business and satisfy evolving customer needs.
As the #1 small business retailer-focused MSP in the U.S., eMazzanti Technologies provides a one-stop shop for retail technology, including cloud services, network infrastructure and management, customer Wi-Fi, POS systems, PCI compliance, payment technology, merchant services, network security and emerging retail technologies.
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