Buying things and going shopping are two completely different experiences. But whether you’re going to the store to bring home the necessities that you’ve written on your list, or enjoying a stroll in your nearest mall, it should never have to feel like a chore.
Look, no hands!
A bare minimum of shopping convenience is being able to enter and leave the store easily and smoothly. That means that any store owner has to take a number of different kinds of customers into consideration. Busy people walk fast and might have their hands full of bags, small children run and skip, elderly might have a slower stride and people with physical disabilities might find it difficult to enter through a manual door without any automation.
Convenience for everyone
A nice and steady flow of customers is probably the ideal scenario for any store owner. But convenience is not just about getting the customer to feel welcome. Your staff members were hired to juggle many different assignments, but their most important task is to optimize the flow of customers and goods in the retail area. That entails trips to the backend for the refilling of products or to make certain that your customers get their desired items. With convenient door solutions in the entire retail area – front to back – it is possible to free up time that your staff can spend helping customers instead.
Whitepaper: optimize the flow in your retail store