Understanding your customers and their needs can be a complicated process. Having the data to understand customers helps management predict retail traffic patterns. Technology is being implemented into retail stores in more ways than one. Customers expect a certain level of customer service and ease in the shopping experience. In order to...
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Shopping online is increasingly popular with busy consumers who find it difficult to get to a physical store. Digital shopping trends are increasing but where does that leave brick-and-mortar stores? Shopping online offers the convenience consumers need, however, when you stop and look at the numbers brick-and-mortar stores are still on top of the...
When people think of vehicle traffic counters, they often think of the road traffic studies that they see as they drive through town, however, there are many other ways to measure vehicle traffic patterns. Locations that can see usage 24 hours a day with nonstop commuter and visitor traffic have the most to gain. This blog outlines some of the most...
Stores and indoor facilities across the country are utilizing large open areas at their main entrances. These spaces are very inviting and create a wow appeal as people enter however, from an operation stand point you have to stop and wonder how do you measure traffic in such large spaces? That's where people counting for wide entrances and high...
While it may seem like a basic concept, monitoring how many people enter your furniture store is the foundation for key metrics that can improve store performance. The competition between online and physical furniture retailers is growing and store traffic is one metric that will help close the gap. Physical store retailers need to start...