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Perch, a leader in physical and digital displays for retail marketing, announced today it is working with Vodafone Business (VOD) to provide reliable, consistent, and engaging digital experiences in stores via Internet of Things (IoT) services. Perch provides digital displays to global retailers, including Johnson & Johnson, Kate Spade, Beam Suntory, CoverGirl, and more, that can determine when a customer approaches, touches, or picks up a physical item and immediately engage that shopper with a digital message.
Vodafone, the global leader in IoT with 80.9 million connections, today announced the findings of its latest IoT Barometer. Surveying 1,758 businesses worldwide, the Barometer finds that more than a third (34%) of businesses now use IoT, that 70% of these adopters have moved beyond pilot stage and 95% of adopters are seeing the benefits of investment in this technology as it moves into the mainstream. While use cases for IoT are varied, ranging from medical exoskeletons to connected tires, the research has found that IoT impacts businesses regardless of size and sector.
Vodafone today launches its 2019 Global Trends Report, highlighting customer centricity, ethics and purpose, and the impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) as key business priorities for the next 12 months. In line with the findings of the report, the refresh of Vodafone’s enterprise division brand – now called Vodafone Business – demonstrates the company’s renewed focus on putting customers and tangible business outcomes at its core, working with any organisation of any size. Brian Humphries, CEO at Vodafone Business, said: “Our research has identified the key concerns, challenges and opportunities that businesses will face over the next year.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / November 14, 2018 / Shares of General Electric were surging on Tuesday on news that CEO Larry Culp is speeding up the pace of the Baker Hughes share sale. Shares of Vodafone ...