Cincinnati grocer uses IoT tech to reach shoppers in-store

An independent grocery store in Cincinnati may represent the "store of the future" with many new IoT technologies, including beacons, digital signage and kiosks. Clifton Market is using the Vora Group's ThingZingo technology to personalize offers as shoppers walk through the store by analyzing customer data to determine when to send appropriate messages to people via mobile and digital signs, or through a nearby employee. It can also change the store music based on customer preferences. Story

 

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