The use of the Internet of Things in retail, among others, changes customer experience, leads to better customer insights, enables new collaborations and business models and further blurs the line between digital and physical in an in-store context. With more and more retail taking place online, 'brick and mortar' retail is under increasing pressure. Nevertheless, the classic way of entering a physical store and purchasing a product is will always have a place, and recently, brick and mortar retail companies are looking for new smart/IoT devices to streamline processes and save costs.
Retailers are working with the Internet of Things for several innovative and immersive approaches, ranging from virtual closets and self-checkouts to smart shelves (inventory accuracy) and connected vending machines.
Solution Providers can use our IoT and M2M plans for low usage and our Tablet plans for high data usage applications.