Motorola Solutions will be showcasing its latest retail solutions and innovations in Booth 544 at the Retail Business Technology Expo 2014 on 11-12 March 2014 at Earls Court in London.
In retail today, shoppers can shop in many ways -- online, in-store or via mobile -- and then receive their purchases when, where and how they'd like. The shopper’s experience across all these channels can be a retailer’s major differentiator.
Expanding on the theme “The Experience is Everything,” Motorola will be demonstrating new solutions that help retailers meet the needs of empowered, omni-channel consumers. A number of new products, solutions and services will be on display at RBTE.
The DS4800 series high performance scanner offers enterprise-class capabilities in a modern industrial design that enhances the ambiance of the retail point of sale (POS) environment.
With a “brandable” bezel and melodic feedback tones, the ergonomic DS4800 series will impress shoppers, enhance the brand and keep lines moving at the POS by capturing 1D and 2D bar codes printed on a paper label or displayed on the screen of a mobile phone.
The DS4800 series also is the industry’s first scanner to include a capacitive trigger that allows retailers to select the scanning input modality (tap/swipe/press) that will provide optimal productivity and customer experience.
CC5000 Customer Concierge Series
Motorola’s CC5000 Customer Concierge line offers unique touchscreen-driven self-service platforms that enable retailers to deploy interactive, engaging experiences.
These systems can improve customer service as well as enhance and personalise a shopper’s experience, increase sales and help retailers with their omni-channel strategy.
Available with a choice of 15-, 22- or 27-inch screens and running the Jelly Bean version of the Android operating system (OS), the CC5000 series allows retailers to write their own apps or mix and match Motorola’s optional customisable apps to deliver a superior personalised customer experience today and increase self-service levels in the future.
TC55 touch computer
The pocket-sized TC55 touch computer (pictured above) combines the best features of a traditional enterprise-class mobile computer with the form factor and functionality of a smartphone running the Jelly Bean version of the Android OS.
Designed for use in merchandising, direct store delivery (DSD) and other field-based solutions, the TC55 offers an advanced capacitive touch screen that is brighter both indoors and outdoors.
The TC55’s suite of high-performance data capture features helps mobile workers improve customer service efficiency by capturing bar codes, signatures, documents and photos with ease.
The iFproduct design award has been an internationally recognised label for award-winning design and the iF brand has become a symbol for outstanding achievements in design. Motorola’s award-winning products will also be showcase at RBTE.
This multi-plane device uses fast 1D and 2D imaging technology to scan both traditional paper-based bar codes and those generated by smartphones with the highest level of performance for high-volume retail checkout lanes and self checkout systems. The modular design allows retailers to add a customer-side scanner to capture barcodes displayed on mobile phones and traditional loyalty cards.
MC40 handheld mobile computer
The MC40, built on the AndroidTM operating system, transforms the way retailers engage with customers with features such as inventory look up, mobile payment and checkout, and assisted selling, while doubling as a communication and productivity tool.