Leading-edge venue demonstrates commitment to longstanding strategic retail relationships
NEUHAUSEN, Switzerland—August 25, 2015—Tyco Retail Solutions (www.tycoretailsolutions.com) today announced the opening of its Retail Experience Center for Walmart, the world’s largest retailer. The state-of-the-art center in Bentonville, Arkansas, exemplifies Tyco Retail Solutions’ commitment to long-term strategic relationships with global customers like Walmart. At this new venue, with resources and capabilities aligned to Walmart’s growing global footprint, visitors will experience firsthand the value of Tyco’s information-based solutions to help drive greater business value in a constantly changing retail environment.
Tyco’s innovative showroom and simulated retail store offers Walmart executives from around the world access to outstanding resources and fosters an open exchange of ideas and insights. Walmart business leaders have the opportunity to engage with Tyco’s subject matter experts to explore technology that helps empower informed decision-making for store operations, including priorities like omni-channel retailing and the customer experience.
“Connecting with our retail customers is fundamental to ensuring we are solving their problems and helping grow their business,” said Nancy Chisholm, President, Tyco Retail Solutions. “Our new center gives the Walmart team a unique opportunity to experience our innovative solutions in a personalized, high-impact, interactive environment. This one-to-one engagement helps drive breakthrough technology tailored to the needs of our customers.”
Tyco’s range of safety, security, and store performance solutions showcased include: traffic and inventory intelligence, EAS, source tagging, video surveillance, fire suppression, fire detection, and intrusion detection. The center will continually evolve to highlight Tyco’s latest offerings and new product concepts.
Read more about Tyco’s Retail Experience Centers worldwide.
Filed under Inventory Intelligence; Inventory Visibility; Loss Prevention; Omni-Channel; RFID; Store Performance; Traffic IntelligenceKeywords EAS; global; inventory intelligence; IoT; loss prevention; omnichannel; rfid; rfid platform; shoplifting; traffic intelligence; TrueVUE
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