INOX Communication Boosts the Shopping Experience with Intel IoT

DAVID MCKINNEY | March 1, 2016

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The rapid evolution of retail, from digital signage to virtual shopping, wouldn’t be possible without collaboration, optimism, and futuristic Internet of Things (IoT) envisioning. In this guest blog post, INOX Communication Founder and CEO Lats Kladny, reveals how envisioning the future of the retail environment led to innovative Intel IoT retail solutions that increased sales while improving the customer experience. INOX Communication offers a superb example of the power of innovation made possible when Intel IoT lands in the hands of visionary ecosystem partners. ~David McKinney

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