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Which innovations expand profit-yielding prospects? Is shopping becoming a high-tech interactive experience? Which technology do you require for Omnichannel? How can we use big data optimally? And what’s new in the world of retail security? 
Retail Technology Dimension. A dynamic innovation driver for the retail sector. High-end technology. Current trends. The best of the best on an international level. Amazing perspectives. Bringing the future into focus.
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EuroCIS 2016 exceeds 2015's top results

EuroCIS is on course for growth on all counts. Over the three days of the event EuroCIS counted about 10,400 trade visitors.
Final press release EuroCIS 2016

EuroCIS Magazine

“What sounds like a fairy tale today, may be tomorrow’s reality.” This phrase from a German science-fiction series perfectly encapsulates the dynamic pace of technological change in retailing. Read the latest news from the industry.
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Elke Moebius: "Digitization and emotionalization are the hottest trends"
A female powerhouse – with enough energy for ten people: that describes Elke Moebius, Director of EuroShop. After countless conversations and endless miles walking the halls of EuroShop, she has made many personal experiences, which she shares with us in this interview. She also takes a look ahead to next year’s EuroCIS.
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Mobile Payment – Germans don't like to pay with their mobile phones
In Germany, the mobile payment issue is actually an illusory giant: every year business consultants outdo their predictions on its enormous potential to increase sales. In its recent market analysis, the company GFT predicts the mobile payment transaction volume to surpass 1 trillion U.S. dollars globally in 2019. That's quite a big pie that Germany apparently doesn't want a piece of.
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Digital signage catches the consumer’s attention
Until recently, retailers addressed customers at the shop window or point of sale primarily with posters, displays or other eye-catchers. Yet media overload makes it increasingly difficult for these traditional, static advertising formats to assert themselves.
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Smart use of virtual shelves at the POS
They fit onto the smallest sales floors and are still able to show the entire product portfolio: virtual shelves. That is also why they have become increasingly popular over the past three years. Retailers like EP: and Knauber also rely on this interactive source of information.
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POCO uses ESLs: digital price tags benefit customers and employees
Over the past few years, digital price tag or electronic shelf label (ESL) technology has improved considerably, especially in the area of visual display. Recently furniture discounter Poco has started to use ESL systems at its store in Goch, Germany – much to the delight of its staff members.
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Your EuroShop visit: selected topics right to your smartphone!
This year, EuroShop visitors get information in a nutshell thanks to the new free EuroShop app feature. During their trade fair visit, guests receive information via beacons and geofences on just those topics they choose beforehand. In this interview, Oliver Leheis explains how this works.
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