How tablets are helping retailers reinvent the customer experience

| October 23, 2018

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As brick-and-mortar retailers increasingly compete with the convenience of online shopping, a new generation of technologies from interactive digital signage to tablets o¬ers the opportunity to di-erentiate and enrich the in-store retail experience, engage customers, and drive sales. For retailers looking to create new, smarter, and more connected environments, tablets can help reinvent the customer experience, from the moment they enter the store to the point of sale (POS). Here are some innovative solutions that do just that.

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RNB RETAIL AND BRANDS

RNB RETAIL AND BRANDS owns, operates and develops fashion wear, ready-to-wear clothing, accessories, jewelry and cosmetics stores and e-commerce that focus on providing excellent service and a world-class shopping experience. Sales are conducted through the concepts Brothers, Departments & Stores, Man of a kind and Polarn O. Pyret. The Group has more than 260 stores and e-commerce platforms in 10 countries. RNB RETAIL AND BRANDS is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm (RNBS).

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