Retail traffic patterns are changing. SenSource’s people counting technology will help identify how many customers are shopping in your store, peak and low shopping times, and predicted traffic volume. Post-Pandemic Retail The pandemic pushed all retailers to improve their online shopping experiences. Long-awaited projects were kicked...
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As the lines begin to blur between shopping in-store and online, retailers find themselves caught in the middle and sometimes struggling to build an effortless and seamless shopping experience. The world we live in is an ever changing place and many retailers find themselves struggling to stay on top. Retailers can maintain high market value...
Being able to forecast traffic patterns is a pertinent role within the retail industry. Management needs to understand their customers and customers’ needs in order to predict trends and staffing levels. However, these traffic patterns are not always readily available and obtaining the information can sometimes be difficult. The SenSource Vea...
Online shopping trends have been on the rise with consumers in recent years. Consumers appreciate the convenience of online shopping from anywhere at any time which can free up time. Retailers have found themselves analyzing consumer shopping habits and looking for ways to keep consumers shopping in stores. Brick-and-mortar stores account for a...
The National Retail Federation (NRF) Retail’s BIG Show 2018 is coming up on January 14-16, 2018. The team at SenSource will be heading up to New York City to demonstrate the latest technology in people counting sensors and the latest updates to their very own Vea analytics reporting platform. Over 600 exhibitors will be at the Javits...
The consumer's path to making a purchase is ever changing and this holiday season is keeping retailers on their toes as they try to reach consumers at just the right time and in the right places. Early promotions in-store as well as online have started changing consumer behavior patterns. One thing that seems to stay constant year in and year out...
In recent retail trends there has been a shift in the way specialty stores are marketing themselves. Stores have become more of a destination with unique experiences for the consumer such as, offering coffee or restaurants within the store or even sitting areas to relax and charge your media devices. Consumers today tend to prefer shopping online...