Discovering the 4D Store: Robots, Mobile and More

Hointer is a fast growing retailer that has created an entirely new store concept around shoppers being able to scan tags on clothing that are then sent to a fitting room. The clothes are delivered in less than 30 seconds by a robot-driven back-end system. Unwanted clothing is sent down a chute that reads the tag and subtracts the item from the shopper's account. When the shopper is done, they simply walk out.
Nadia Shouraboura, founder and CEO of Hointer, will explain the technology behind this store of the future concept as well as how to make it all work during a concurrent session on Thursday, September 26, 2013 at the 2013 Cross-Channel Retail Executive Summit.
The seventh annual Cross-Channel Retail Executive Summit (CCRES) will be held September 25 – 27, 2013 at the Four Seasons in Dallas, Texas. The Cross-Channel event in conjunction with the Mobile Convergence Forum engages high-level retailers with thought-provoking keynote sessions and a series of concurrent workshops as well as intimate networking opportunities where retailers enjoy an ideal environment for sharing ideas and experiences with their peers. For more information, please download the Attendee Brochure.
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