CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--RBM Technologies and Motorola Solutions will offer industry expertise on retail tablet deployment and enterprise productivity at the RIS News webinar, “Two-Pronged Approach to Tablet Strategy”. This panel discussion will focus on strategic ways for retailers to capitalize on the recent tablet boom. Panelists will share their experiences and advice for retailers interested in using tablets to improve in-store operations, while reducing costs and driving sales.
Participants will hear about a two-tiered approach to deploying tablets that involves line-busting and selling, where tablets are deployed on the sales floor to improve customer engagement through upselling and clientelling; and enterprise productivity, where retailers use mobile devices in store operations and sales-support roles. Each of these tactics requires a separate set of goals, objectives and business plans.
|Who:||Greg Buzekm, President, IHL Group|
|Scott Moreland, Principal – Retail Industry Solutions, Motorola Solutions|
|Dan Wittner, Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, RBM Technologies|
|Moderated by Joe Skorupa, Group Editor-in-Chief, RIS News|
|What:||Two-Pronged Approach to Tablet Strategy|
|When:||Thursday, March 15 at 12:00pm Eastern|
About RBM Technologies
RBM Technologies provides the only retail communications platform that ensures store compliance with fixture-based planograms and localized execution. The company’s Web-based visual merchandising management solution cuts the cost of in-store merchandising and promotions and drives revenue with localized campaign planning and compliance reporting for some of the world’s largest brands including AT&T, Verizon, Capital One, BMO/Harris Bank, T-Mobile, O2 and Rogers. Founded in 2000 and headquartered in Cambridge, Mass., RBM is led by a team of retail and technology visionaries who have redefined the concept of visual merchandising management through a unique set of solutions and services. For more information about RBM Technologies visit www.rbmtechnologies.com, call (800) 532-2468 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.