Great News for Smart Retailers!

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The answers to a raft of previously difficult questions on Retail Store Performance are now close at hand.

With these answers helping to transform your business and put you ahead of the competition!

Wouldn’t it be great to know just how many people walk past your store each day? Even better – wouldn’t you love to know how many of these prospects actually walk into your store?

And the icing on the cake – information on how much time they actually spend in your store and how often they return!

These are just a few of the questions and answers that can significantly impact on a retail stores’ performance.

And if you have more than one store, being able to “benchmark” store against store and one advert against another, can provide invaluable information that you can use to your advantage.

Just imagine being able to monitor your window displays ability to generate in-store foot traffic? And what about the advertising – place an advert and monitor foot traffic and sales minute by minute.

All this and much, much more can be achieved by using a little piece of very “Smart Technology” coupled with our national obsession for the “Smart-Phone” (2.5 million of us have one)!

The key to this information is smart wireless technology from Aerohive Networks, world leaders in wireless networks.

Their technologies are coupled with smart software capable of delivering valuable customer information on your store and its daily performance.

But don’t take our word for it! Register now and you can test drive this fantastic new technology in your store – and all for FREE!

The answers to all your retail store performance questions are just a click away….

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