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Intel® Retail Client Manager At-a-Glance GuideRetailers, restaurants, hotels, schools and a wide range of businesses and organizations are investing in digital signs, kiosks, POS (point-of-sale) solutions, vending machines, and other touchpoints. These touchpoints are opportunities to engage customers, convey information, and hopefully lead to more sales.• The POS is no longer just a place to process sales—it is an opportunity to reach loyal customers with offers and information that will help them stay loyal.• Digital signs are not just replacements for printed posters—they are flexible marketing tools in which to vary messages based on time of day, demographics, or interactive customer input.• Vending machines can dispense products and show relevant advertising, recognize loyal customers, and more.The key to the success of these efforts is the ability to deliver directed content to the right people at the right time. That is the challenge that Intel® Retail Content Manager is designed to solve.Read the full Intel® Retail Client Manager At-a-Glance Guide.
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