Online shopping has raised the expectations for speed, ease, choice, relevancy and personalization. Today’s shoppers are more demanding - connected, impatient, in control – and expect more.
In a recent survey, more than 9 in 10 respondents said that “fast payment and reduced queue times were critical or valuable to their perception of a brand.”
Furthermore, 29% of consumers often leave stores without buying anything when they see long queues; a quarter of respondents often go to a competing store instead to buy the same items.
Used correctly, digital technology can help to improve customer flow, circulation and speed of service throughout the store.
The use of retail digital signage screens to guide shoppers to the most appropriate service stations and checkouts, and built into queue management systems, speeds up service and significantly reduces customer dissatisfaction, while increasing store productivity.
The most effective queue management systems utilise digital screens both in their ‘Call Forward’ systems and in the queuing area itself, and can reduce walk-away’s by up to 95% while increasing awareness of promotions, impulse sales and seamless customer flow.
Managing queues and analysing your own queuing efficiency to see how you can move your customers more quickly and efficiently, to leave them with a positive memory of dealing with you - or ask industry experts to help.