Advanced Technologies Management for Retailing: Frameworks by Eleonora Pantano, Harry Timmermans

By Eleonora Pantano, Harry Timmermans

The program of complicated applied sciences to indicate of sale structures is a promising and comparatively unexplored box of research, specifically whilst contemplating the advent of electronic content material and applied sciences permitting shoppers to engage with items in new methods. Many e-retailers already take advantage of the possibilities provided through interactive applied sciences, resembling 3D digital versions, so that it will increase shoppers procuring adventure. Their use in shops, notwithstanding, continues to be constrained. the improvement and use of latest buying assistants for aiding and influencing shoppers in the course of their purchasing event performs a key position for either outlets and researchers.

Advanced applied sciences administration for Retailing: Frameworks and Cases contributes to our figuring out of functions of latest applied sciences and their influence at the layout and improvement of aspect of sale structures and on shoppers' habit. This quantity covers a wide range of subject matters that give a contribution to knowing shoppers' habit in new computer-aided retailing environments, and the way this affects deciding to buy habit whereas delivering worthy wisdom at the administration of those new applied sciences and at the administration of the electronic contents as a competent instructing source for lecturers and researchers.

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