Retail IT Case Studies

  1. Cole Haan Converts Retail Locations To Intelligent IP Video
    5/5/2016

    Upscale shoppers around the world associate the Cole Haan brand with uncompromising quality, so it’s not surprising that the U.S.-based lifestyle brand insists on the same uncompromising quality from companies supplying its mission-critical security and loss prevention technology.

  2. Discount Retailer Selects Interface As Internet Protocol Managed Service Provider Across Entire Retail Platform
    4/7/2016

    Interface Security Systems, a leading North American provider of Internet Protocol (“IP”) Bundled Managed physical security and secured managed network services announced last March that it has been selected by Family Dollar, Inc. as its IP Managed Service Provider across its entire retail platform. Family Dollar, a Fortune 300 company, recently completed a major initiative to modernize and refresh critical technology in each of its retail stores. The technology makeover, or Flat Rate Managed Service Project, as it is referred to, was launched in collaboration with Interface in July 2014 and completed in May 2015.

  3. Mammoth Mountain Ski Area Drives Efficiency And Cost Savings With Integrated Workforce Ready Platform
    2/17/2016

    Located on the eastern slopes of the Sierra Nevadas, Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, LLC is the leading four-season mountain resort in California and the third most frequented ski resort in the U.S. The company owns and operates a variety of resort businesses including recreation, hospitality, real estate development, and retail, and manages a workforce that fluctuates from 800 to 2500 employees depending on the season. Download this case study to learn how Mammoth uses Workforce Ready to hire, track, and manage its full-time, part-time, and seasonal employees more efficiently and cost-effectively.

  4. Flexible, Mobile Ready Solutions For The Luxury Watch Marketplace
    2/5/2016

    Selling luxury watches online requires a sophisticated design that supports branding strategy and brand commitment in the best way possible. Customers buying watches in the luxury price segment also have high expectations regarding the seller’s expertise and service delivery. Offering a unique and secure shopping experience in combination with a personal, extensive service portfolio was therefore crucial when relaunching the CHRONEXT marketplace.

  5. Justin’s Field Activation Team Spreads Brand Awareness
    2/3/2016

    Justin’s®, a nut butter and peanut butter cup manufacturer, uses GoSpotCheck to run its field activation team, collect data points surrounding demos and evaluate product launches.

  6. MultiSight’s Health Monitoring Delivers Unprecedented Manageability
    1/29/2016

    One of the many values that MultiSight provides is manageability.  To us, manageability means the ability to keep stores online at all times, even if a customer has hundreds of sites with thousands of cameras and recorders.  Our MultiSight Gateway is designed with manageability in mind, and system health monitoring is an important part of that.

  7. Boyett Petroleum Simplifies Video Surveillance With Multi-Store Cloud-Based Solution
    1/29/2016

    “Yes we have video, but I wouldn’t call it a video solution.” So began our first conversation with Scott Castle, Vice President of Retail Operations at Boyett Petroleum.

  8. Wahlburgers Invests In New POS For Great Performance
    1/28/2016

    Wahlburgers is a chain of high-profile burger restaurants in Florida, Massachusetts, Nevada, New York, Pennsylvania and Canada that stands out from the crowd. The brainchild of brothers Mark, Paul and Donnie Wahlberg, it is a business run with great passion and a very personal touch.

  9. Integration At Scale Powers World Class Shooting Experience And Retail
    11/18/2015

    Hunting enthusiasts across Kansas have long known Ryan Pennock from appearances on the waterfowl hunting TV show he used to produce called Team DuckZone.

  10. Winning Formula: Great Service, Superior Quality
    10/16/2015

    Shoe Retailer with 475 Stores Relies on March Networks Video Surveillance Technology.