Case Study #4 – Bike & Outdoor Company improves customer service to the max

On June 6, 2018

Case Study #4 – Bike & Outdoor Company improves customer service to the max

The challenge: The Bike & Outdoor Company (BOC) sets new industry standards in the sports and outdoor retail sector. Supported by Xovis Gold Partner and long experienced system integrator IMAS, BOC provides its customer with an elaborated shopping experience. It is all about the service in the 23 brick-and mortar stores spread over Germany. Thus
On June 6, 2018

Case Study #3 – Fashion retailer to boost business based on elaborate data

The challenge: Only knowing how many people accessed a store is not enough for this elaborate fashion retailer; Xovis Gold partner IMAS empowers this customer to live up to the increasingly high industry and design standards. Successfully legitimating layout changes and set up choices in front of management is one challenge. Another challenge is to
On May 11, 2018

Case Study #2 – Enhanced shopping experience in 21.000 shops all over Europe

The challenge: Xovis gold partner IMAS improves the shopping experience for more than 50 million visitors per day. The ECE-center and project management depends on accurate footfall counting data to provide insights for quality reports and comprehensive analytics. Additionally, maintenance and support must be performed on short notice to meet the following challenges: • Continuously
On May 11, 2018

Case Study #1 – Hotspot spotting in over 50 shopping malls around Germany

The challenge: In over 50 shopping malls Xovis gold partner IMAS faces the challenge of acquiring real-time counting values. The centre management needs real-time insights to measure how many people are accessing a centre through a specifc entry. Also, the system must be able classify children and adults. The data should provide insights into developments
On April 12, 2018

IMAS and Bumbee Labs in collaboration regarding visitor flow measurements

The measurement companies IMAS and Bumbee Labs have concluded an agreement to collaborate regarding visitor flow measurements in smart cities, shopping centers and retail stores. The agreement covers joint projects in Sweden and Norway, but also internationally through IMAS sales offices in Europe and Asia. At a time when the conditions for physical retail and