About Retail 2.0
Retail 2.0 provides a complete new shopping experience!
The first store to get this technology installed in October 2008 was the Dadeland Miami, Florida CompUSA location. Here, staffers are already taking advantage of having product information – at their fingertips. Now, with over 40 stores fully outfitted with Retail 2.0, you know that the concept is working. Each store continues to receive ongoing upgrades in the technology, plus new innovative interactive displays which provide even deeper customer information and research capabilities.
The media has provided extensive coverage on Retail 2.0 and it’s new look at the retail experience. Please be sure to check out the many articles on this site. Note: If you are seeking to contact us regarding Retail 2.0, please click the “Media Inquiries” tab on the top of this website.
The Retail 2.0 Experience
Using easy-to-navigate touchscreen interfaces, customers can select products they wish to obtain information on, or compare multiple products against each other, allowing them to make a more informed purchasing decision.
Handheld items generally have no box available, leaving the shopper with no information about features and specifications. With Retail 2.0, traditional displays transform into information centers literally providing information about the product in the palm of your hand.
While every product in a retail store cannot be connected to the Internet, better usage of “price check” stations can be achieved via Retail 2.0. Scanning a product at any “In Aisle Display” (IAD), shoppers are provided the extensive content directly from our website. In-store stock status and the stock of other local stores are also made available for those seeking bulk purchases.
Retail 2.0 enables consumers to engage directly on the TV they are considering for purchase with a keyboard located in front of each set. While unattended, each TV displays the products specifications, features, and pricing along with model and brand specific video assets and common HD content for comparing one model against another. Extended information allows shoppers to understand the difference between LED, LCD and plasma as well as other educational content, customer reviews, product manuals, and photo galleries.