Founded in 2009, the company began by providing communication equipment for the retail industry. Today, it isone of Motorola Solution’s largest business-class two-way radio partners in North America – providing cost effective communication solutions for many national retailers in the US and Canada. As an innovator and leader in the retail technology space, LNLSystems has […]Read more "LNL Systems Equipping Retailers to Profit from IoT"
“LNL Systems develops communication technologies that help retailers and their customers and the challenges they face.” Listening to customers is key at LNL Systems of Natick, Mass. “We really have to understand the retailers and their customers and the challenges they face,” owner Mark Barnes says. “A lot of product ideas and enhancements [come] from […]Read more "Retail Alerts: LNL Systems Profile in Retail Merchandiser"
“We are your retail IoT innovation partner.” Founded in 2009, LNL Systems has emerged as the leading innovator of retail sensing networks and IoT technologies —delivering improved customer experience and omnichannel excellence. With a long history of providing comprehensive communication solutions for specialty retailers, mass merchants, department stores, and supermarkets, LNL is enabling a digital […]Read more "The Leading Provider of Retail Smart Store IoTSensing and Alerting Solutions: LNL Systems"
In a week that saw over a thousand U.S. retail stores shuttered, many analysts are quick to lament the end of days for brick-and-mortar shopping. But just as the e-commerce technology of the past 20 years changed how consumers searched, discovered, and shopped, new innovations may reinvent the physical store and leap-frog the online experience […]Read more "Brick and Mortar Retail Is About to Get a Technology Makeover"
Retailers continue their efforts to step up design investments to improve the customer experience, but they should also focus on investing in customer safety. That message was driven home during the SPECS session, “Safe Stores: Design Ideas to Help Customers Feel Safer” Speaker Andrew McQuilkin, retail leader at BHDP Architecture, explained that recent “active” shootings […]Read more "Designing Safe Stores for Shoppers"
Retail IoT applications can help companies improve the performance of inventory management systems, much as just-in-time production has aided manufacturers. Today’s retailers are taking a page from manufacturers’ books. Manufacturers have long used just-in-time logistics and IoT applications to optimize assembly operations. Now IoT applications are helping retailers — brick-and-mortar as well as online sellers […]Read more "IoT in Retail a Win for Companies and Customers Alike"
‘Delivering the most comprehensive portfolio of smart devices, platform integration and analytics that retailers use to profit from the Internet of Things.’ LNL Systems is a leading provider of comprehensive communication solutions for retailers and supermarkets. The company has emerged as an innovator and leader in the retail-technology space. The company offers highly configurable products […]Read more "Harnessing the Power of Real-Time Sales Floor Data to Drive Customer Experience: LNL Systems"
Had-to-See Booths Samsung had a slew of new hardware and software on display including beacon technology; intelligent signage that recognizes individual shoppers and tailors content to personal preferences; face recognition tech; and much more. The solution provider also highlighted its next-gen wearable devices including a miniature scanner that is mounted on a glove allowing associates to […]Read more "Best of NRF 2017: Top 10 Takeaways"
Every retailer faces the challenge of curbing shoplifting. Smaller stores need to do it without breaking the bank. Because most thieves will steal only when there’s an easy opportunity, your goal is to make stealing a little more difficult and less tempting. Keep unpaid-for merchandise where it belongs with these low-tech, inexpensive approaches. Train staff […]Read more "8 Low-Tech Ways to Prevent Shoplifting in Your Retail Store"
Up until now, technology has largely been considered retail’s enemy, as e-commerce companies like Amazon have taken a massive chunk of the market. But today, there is reason to believe technology could also be brick-and-mortar’s saving grace. The Internet of Things (IoT) promises to revitalize the entire shopping experience, and that means retail properties can […]Read more "5 Ways The Internet Of Things Will Make Retail Smarter"