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"Tablets have been touted as "reinventing" and "revolutionizing" retail. Retailers and consumer-facing businesses have been testing the use of tablets to gain operational and marketing advantages, and they like the results. Here are some ways retailers are getting big impact out of small screens."
The kiosk industry has matured and increasingly is focusing on specific niches rather than a one-size-fits-all approach, industry insiders say.
With retailers becoming increasingly dependent on self-service, traditional merchandising is more important than ever.
Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. Exhibits in the "At-Retail Marketplace" Pavilion at GlobalShop 2014.
Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. announces the appointment of Steve Champagne as Director, Account Executive.
An audit report from the Office of Inspector General finds that USPS kiosks have failed to deliver.
Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. (www.frankmayer.com) has partnered with Hercules Networks Inc. to engineer and produce goCharge Tabletop Charging Stations. Worldlink Integration Group, Inc. is handling the logistics, installation, site surveys, and ongoing maintenance for the charging stations.
The Path to Purchase Institute announced the winners in the 2013 Design of the Times Awards competition Oct. 9 during the Shopper Marketing Expo in Chicago.
Retailers must incorporate technology that customers want in order to provide a seamless omnichannel experience.
Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. is pleased to announce that Ronald L. Bowers has been elected by industry peers as the Executive Vice President of the Self-Service Kiosk Council for the Digital Screenmedia Association (DSA).
Having spent more than 25 years guiding retailers and brands into self-service solutions, it has been fun to reflect on how we got to this multiscreen Modus operandi, which is fast becoming second nature. We've witnessed the evolution of desktop to kiosk, kiosk to mobile and digital signage to mobile.
Ron Bowers details the CETW session on omni-channel convergence and maximizing customer engagement.
For a successful tablet display, plans should be made for aspects the customer doesn't see, too.
Frank Mayer & Associates announced today the development of cellphone charging stations aimed at driving retail store traffic and social engagement, according to a company press release.
Businesses have been both exhilarated and challenged by the rapid adoption of tablets by consumers. Tablets promise to extend connectivity to settings where it may not have been practical before and provide a fresh way for consumers to engage.
Nevada motorists are able to save time by registering their vehicles via kiosks designed by Frank Mayer & Associates. and ITI. Ron Bower, SVP of business development at Frank Mayer, demonstrated the solution at CETW in San Francisco.
Tablets are becoming increasingly popular for both consumer and business use. Many marketers are asking which tablet is right for retail and other consumer facing businesses. This paper explores this question in enough depth that potential deployers will understand which issues to weigh on the path to decision?making.
Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. will start the New Year by unveiling a new look for its corporate identity.
Frank Mayer and Associates - KIOSK and INTERACTIVE MARKETING Capabilities brochure
Retailers will use self-service now more than ever to engage customers.
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