Tyco Retail Solutions to Showcase the In-Store Experience at Annual NRF Convention

Tyco Retail Solutions is proud to announce our plans for the upcoming NRF 102nd Annual Convention & EXPO on January 13-16 at the Jacob K. Javitz Convention Center in New York City. As the largest gathering of retail executives in the industry, NRF is an ideal venue to demonstrate the value Tyco Retail Solutions’ delivers to forward thinking retailers today for improving the in-store experience.

Our two-story booth (#2611) will feature an in-store environment showcasing Tyco’s integrated suite of store performance and security solutions including loss prevention, inventory intelligence, traffic intelligence and store execution. Attendees will be able to walk through a guided demo of the store environment and speak directly with executives and subject matter experts to learn more on how Tyco’s solutions can impact their businesses. Key customer success stories will also be highlighted to give examples of how Tyco’s solutions can benefit our retail partners.

Additionally, Tyco Retail Solutions will also be featured in the Avery Dennsion booth (#143) due to our sponsorship of the Retail Orphan Initiative (RetailROI) Super Saturday analyst event for the second consecutive year. RetailROI raises awareness and provides real solutions for the more than 400 million vulnerable children worldwide.

If you’re a retailer and would like the opportunity to participate in a store demo and speak with executives on how Tyco can help you advance your store performance and security systems, please contact us at retailsolutions@tycoint.com

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Filed under Business Intelligence; Inventory Intelligence; Inventory Visibility; Loss Prevention; People Counting; RFID; Store Execution; Store Performance; Traffic IntelligenceKeywords EAS; electronic article surveillance; retail expert; retail operation; retail partners; retail security; rfid platform; roi; Store Execution; Store Performance; traffic intelligence

Published on 11/30/2012 Permalink


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