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Retec Interface Downloads. In Store Self Serve Kiosks. Self Serve Kiosk Analytics. Quick Pay Kiosk. Retec interface. We Are Retec Interface Ltd. We Are Retec Interface. Boots Self Service Kiosk Solution. ASDA Entertainment and Media Kiosk Solution. Tesco Clubcard Interactive Kiosk Solution. Co-op Delivery Self Service Kiosk Project. With the merger of the Co-operative and Somerfield, a requirement to develop the successful Somerfield home delivery solution to further stores, improving the current Home Delivery process and improving operational efficiencies has led Retec to design a solution that achieved both of these goals as well as improving the in-store experience for customers.

Co-op Delivery Self Service Kiosk Project

"Retec have not only helped advise us on the bigger picture thinking of our development, but they have tended to the finer details too with speed and precision. A very reliable and thoroughly effective team ensured that against the backdrop of a challenging timescale, we delivered this project beyond original specifications, under budget and on time. Highly recommended. This was recognised internally by winning the award for retail innovation 2009. " Alex Webb, Marketing Project Manager, The Co-Operative.

Homebase In Store Shopping Experience. Homebase, one of the UK's leading DIY chains, called upon Retec Interface to help them understand how the in store shopping experience could be enhanced through the use of technology.

Homebase In Store Shopping Experience

The Retec Interface research team soon began work on understanding whether the effects of offering shoppers an extended range of products, or a product finder to help them navigate the store would have a positive benefit and for Homebase, increase sales and improve loyalty. Working in partnership with the store manager's, customers were asked a set of questions regarding their in store experience at different points in their journey, taking in different departments and also at the store exit.

Visual aids were used to gain customers perceptions and attitudes towards guided selling solutions and the use of digital signage within Homebase. Kiosks: Simple, self-managed digital signage. Kiosks: The revolutionary new 'Touchpad' kiosk. Shopper-centric Kiosks. Product Locator Software. Guided Selling Software. Guided Selling Solutions. Tesco Self Service Kiosk Brief. Retec and Tesco have been working together over a number of years to deliver high quality self-service and guided selling solutions to shoppers.

Tesco Self Service Kiosk Brief

This year has seen the deployment of yet more innovation, customer service kiosks that put the shopper in control, delivering knowledge, expertise, advice and an ability to browse select and pay for goods. Using the retec.CORE platform as the basis for Tesco development, and a kiosk design customised specifically for the Tesco shopper, the result is an elegant, easy to use, and sturdy kiosk with a range of applications sitting atop a kiosk specific operating system with integrated tools for content and estate management. Shopper-centric Kiosks. Tesco trials magic mirrors and digital mannequins to entice shoppers. Tesco is testing out a selection of interactive technologies – including a “magical” augmented reality mirror and a digital mannequin – in three of its UK stores, with the aim of creating a multi-channel shopping experience for customers of its F&F clothing range.

Tesco trials magic mirrors and digital mannequins to entice shoppers

The supermarket chain is running the digital retail pilot in Coventry, Woolwich and Broadstairs, in partnership with Cisco. All three stores are equipped with a digital signage unit, advertising the various clothing lines available through F&F, and a self-service touchscreen kiosk, which customers can use to browse and make purchases using chip-and-pin. The kiosk, developed by Retec Interface, allows customers to browse not only the clothing lines available in-store, but also the extended ranges available online. Standard and custom design kiosks. Home | Showcases | Privacy Policy | Submit RFI | Editorial Policy | About Us | Contact Us Bloggers | Advertise | Mobile Version | Site Map | RSS | News Panel © 2014 Networld Media Group All Rights Reserved.

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Retec Interface. Smartphone self-checkout app launched by QThru. Tesco trials 'magic mirrors' and digital mannequins to entice shoppers. Retail Business Technology Expo 2013 - Exhibitor List 2013. Tue 10th - Wed 11thMarch 2015 Olympia, London Opening Times: 9:30am - 5pm Interesting piece about future of mobile RT @EssRetail: 11% of retailers expect 50% of online sales via mobile @imrg Apr 10 • reply • retweet • favorite.

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TechWeekEurope Tests Tesco's Magic Mirrors: Gallery. Tesco has been making a serious effort to stay relevant in the digital age.

TechWeekEurope Tests Tesco's Magic Mirrors: Gallery

In 2011, UK’s leading grocery retailer introduced free Wi-Fi across its ‘Extra’ stores, and last year it launched the very first “interactive store” at Gatwick airport. Tesco Direct, the online service, has had a facelift in 2012, and reports healthy growth. At the moment, three Tesco stores are testing five different pieces of modern technology, to see which shows more potential for wider roll-out. So TechWeekEurope went to take a look at the ‘magic mirrors’, information terminals and digital signage in use at its emporium in Woolwich. Some eight months ago we were invited to a similar trial at John Lewis. Tesco’s F&F clothing range features over 7000 items, but is often overlooked by shoppers looking for something more exciting.

According to Tesco’s head of online development operations Situl Thrakrar, what a modern shopper needs is something “to aid the experience” in the store.