Cisco Online Seminar - Cisco Systems

Surviving the Squeeze: Scenarios for Creating Capacity, Driving Growth, and Transforming In-Store Experiences

Original Webcast – July 25, 2013 – 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT


Consolidate and Optimize with the Cisco Store in a Box Solution

It’s easy to see how shopper behavior is changing. Whether in your stores, online, show rooming, web rooming—or a combination—they’re pursuing seamless shopping experiences so they can buy when, where, and how they prefer.

What’s difficult is devising strategies to overcome the squeeze between consumer demands and retail reality. How can you optimize and consolidate technology to gain market share, capture customer loyalty, and maximize revenue per square foot?

Join this webcast to hear how you can:

  • Differentiate your retail business while improving operations and reducing costs
  • Create capacity and roll-out new store experiences quickly and efficiently
  • Build a platform for innovation that will remain agile into the future

Register today and receive the Cisco IT Hero Toolkit
Get three amazing tools to boost your IT superpowers: the Cisco Store in a Box solution white paper, a self-assessment questionnaire, plus a set of retail TCO scenarios showing the potential value of the solution for your business. You’ll also receive a link to the event replay.


Agenda

Cisco subject matter experts will share:

  • Real-world scenarios
  • Case studies featuring results from retailers
  • Benefits of the Cisco Store in a Box solution



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Event Summary

  • Event type: Online Event
  • On Demand
  • Duration: 60 minutes

Who Should Attend

  • Business leaders seeking to implement innovative concepts
  • Technical decision makers responsible for testing, evaluating, and opening new stores
  • Executives and managers charged with creating roadmaps for branch operations
  • Retailers deploying lean store architectures


  • Industry
    • Retail