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Solution Briefs

Occupancy Tracking and Compliance

With the unprecedented changes to the retail industry, it is important that shopper and employee health and safety are front of mind in-stores.

RetailNext’s live occupancy and monitoring solution for retail is designed to help businesses comply with social distancing guidelines and occupancy restrictions through automatic reporting and configured occupancy thresholds. Leverage insights to deliver safer shopping experiences.

Download RetailNext’s Occupancy Tracking and Compliance solution brief to learn more!

 

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Connected Journey

Shoppers have fundamentally changed the way they shop. Shopping journeys are now connected journeys, weaving continually through digital and physical touchpoints with brands, always with shoppers connected and in control, proactively driving their shopping experiences.

To succeed in this new industry reality, retailers must ensure they’re not disconnected in any way, at any moment, from shoppers’ connected journeys.

Harness the power of data across all channels to create seamless, personal shopping experiences, gaining insights into how your shoppers interact and engage with your brand online and in-store and determining how it impacts buyer interest and conversion.

Download RetailNext’s Connected Journey solution brief to learn more!

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Interior Analytics

Identify friction points, optimize in-store navigation and test layouts prior to rollout. Recognize specific zones to ensure display strategies are effective and well managed. Understand where in-store opportunities lie by visualizing shopper behavior data through direction maps, dwell analysis, kinetic heat maps, POS video integration, and demographics.

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Webinars

Leveraging Technology and People to Make Every Opportunity Matter for 2021

The shift in consumer behavior driven by the pandemic in 2020 has created an environment where retailers are being forced to make changes in how they operate.

But once we get the compliance, cleanliness and creating safe environments addressed, we need to get back to some fundamental needs, driving business and converting shoppers into buyers.

Join Anna Vichitcholchai, Global Retail Engagement Manager at RetailNext and Justin Kurn, Director of Sales & Operations at The Friedman Learning Group as they discuss solutions and ideas on how to win back lost revenues from 2020.

How to adapt to and profit from reduced store footfall

Join ConcretePlatform and RetailNext in a conversation about adopting new strategies and and accelerating existing ones around using the store team as key driver of customer satisfaction and basket value.

Hosted by:
Tristan Rogers, CEO and Co-Founder at ConcretePlatform
Angela Davis, Retail Engagement Manager at RetailNext

Speakers:
Mark Cardinale, Director of Store Operations, The North Face
Connie Cartmill, Ex EVP of Retail Operations, Lucky Brand
Ann-Marie Clendenin, Ex-VP of Global Operations, Kate Spade
Melissa Calhoun, Director of Field Communications, Justice

Navigating the Retail Holiday Season in a Changed World

Are you fully prepared for this holiday season?! If, like most of us, you aren’t, join us in a conversation with McKinsey & Company and Foursquare highlighting what to expect in this most unusual year. Learn strategies to drive and optimize foot traffic, understand how to leverage location data for marketing and promotional success, and hear how retailers are using real-time data to drive conversion and ticket size, even in the midst of the pandemic.

Panelists:
Andrew Davis — Partner at McKinsey & Company
Ariel Eck — Director, Client Solutions, Data & Insights at Foursquare
Anna Vichitcholchai — Team Lead, Retail Engagement at RetailNext

Hosted by Lauren Bitar, Head of Retail Consulting at RetailNext

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eBooks & Whitepapers

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Videos

Customer Feature: New West KnifeWorks

Maximizing In-Store ROI with Data-Driven Decisions

In this customer testimonial, New West Knifeworks share how they leverage RetailNext’s platform and data to optimize operations and make data-driven decisions.

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Case Studies & Testimonials

Case Study

Vitamin Shoppe – The Power of 1%

The Vitamin Shoppe® operates over 739 stores throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. However, success for the company is not measured by how many stores it opens, but rather by providing a fulfilling customer experience to each and every visitor, in-store and online. The company aims to help its customers become their best selves, however they define it, and acts as a trusted source for quality products, innovation and expertise.

To better operate its business around the needs of its clientele, The Vitamin Shoppe created tactical store operations plans around leveraging accurate and reliable shopper traffic data. Paramount to the plan’s success was not only the accuracy of traffic data, but also the ability of its solution provider to quickly and effectively deploy 731 stores within 2 months.

Download The Vitamin Shoppe case study by RetailNext to find out more.

 

Case Study

Manual vs. Automated Occupancy Solutions

Despite, various occupancy counting methods available on the market. Now more than ever, retailers are turning to automated occupancy solutions to minimize counting errors, reduce costs and ensure store safety is maintained.

Download the Manual vs. Automated Occupancy Solutions case study by RetailNext to see how your business can build safer shopping experiences with a cost-effective automated occupancy solution.

 

Case Study

Using Analytics to Create a Performance Culture & Climb to the Top

Founded in 1958 in Sanjo City, in the Chūetsu region of Japan’s Niigata Prefecture, Snow Peak is an innovator of outdoor apparel and gear, whose very name originates from the famous mountain Tanigawa, where Snow Peak’s founder Yukio Yamai repeatedly challenged himself, physically and mentally, throughout his early life.

Learn how after experiencing a rapid growth of its business, Snow Peak recognized its retail operations were highly fragmented and its organizational culture was inadequately rooted in performance and accountability, and how it used retail analytics to develop and implement data-based strategies to improve upon its delivered shopper experience and brand performance. 

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Industry Reports

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