Announcing Brickstream LIVE
First multifunction smart device to unify behavior analytics, security analytics and proximity analytics into a single in-store data collection platform. Now operations, security and marketing can use one device to get the analytics they need to improve the customer experience, store performance and display performance, improve security and optimize labor.
Retail Analytics: What’s In-Store?
In Brickstream’s just-completed study “Retail Analytics, What’s In Store”, global retailers reveal their plans for transitioning to multi-channel retailing and for implementing in-store analytics. Register for this webinar and hear all the details covered by Dr. Donna Hamlin, the researcher who conducted the research.
Sales conversion is the ratio of retail sales to the amount of customer traffic to the store. What fraction of people that visited the retail store purchased merchandise? Understanding sales conversation is one of the key drivers for retailers, and others, to purchase a “door counting” or data collection traffic analytics solution.
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White Paper: Why Customers Leave
Abandonment is an indicator of customer frustration. Why do customers leave your store without buying? For supermarkets, it’s often because of long lines at the register. Read more in this white paper based on a large grocer’s experience driving down wait times
Brickstream Expands Global Footprint with New Office In Shanghai
Brickstream is strengthening our investment and commitment in China with a new office in Shanghai. Mall operators and specialty retailers — including Prada, IFC Malls, Burberry, Guess, Gucci, Tod’s, Mango, Suning Electronics, Ecco, Lacoste and Uniqlo — use Brickstream’s in-store analytics technology to accurately count foot traffic and capture insights on shopping behavior in their locations. The Shanghai office further expands Brickstream’s global footprint, which also includes offices in the United Kingdom and Singapore.