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The principal adaptation of a versatile radio phone being utilized as a part of 1924. ‘Overview of organization & remote arrangements offered to basic need industry users’. Des Martin, VP Retail Industry Marketing. Remote is newsworthy…’.
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The principal rendition of a versatile radio phone being utilized as a part of 1924 \'Review of organization & remote arrangements offered to basic supply industry clients\' Des Martin, VP Retail Industry Marketing NCR CONFIDENTIAL - DRAFT ONLY - NOT FOR EXTERNAL USE

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Wireless is newsworthy… " Which ventures are ready for the "wireless revolution"? ...Retail will be the most unusual area and the greatest sinkhole for fizzled tests. Take Motorola and Symbol Technologies, for instance. The twosome declared a week ago that it will pool $500 million to frame another remote e-trade wander. The so far anonymous "newco" has arrangements to implant little scanners into cell phones that could then read standardized tags on promotions in productions. Clients would basically filter the standardized identification of an item they need for prompt buy… .. The greater test for most remote trade plays is to make things as basic as could reasonably be expected for occupied customers… Wireless business is not a delusion. In any case, it\'s a long way from a very much characterized opportunity. Keep a laserlike concentrate on your clients\' needs before you spend the money to be on the fleeting trend… .. E-Company, Is Wireless E-business Right for You? By David Batstone, June 20, 2000 "The enormous set up gateway players are paying lip administration to wireless," said Phillip Redman, partner chief of remote portable interchanges at The Yankee Group. "They have been moderate to receive remote advances. In some ways they\'re supported in light of the fact that entrance to the Internet on a telephone today is moderate. However, they\'ll need to move rapidly in the following year… ." "Sun official VP John McFarlane says the remote business sector is developing so quick that even Sun did not envision it . In any case, how the business sector will develop is impossible to say, prompting a blast of organizations, plans of action, and advances that make even the hypergrowth for the most part connected with Silicon Valley look powerless… .." Deborah Gage , Sm@rt Partner "Study finds that 8 times more individuals will utilize versatile trade later on than behavior wired exchanges over the Internet" RCR Wireless News, 05/08/2001 The remote business sector is warming up… ...

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Agenda The innovation environment The shopper Wireless innovation Wireless applications Wireless bearing In conclusion… .

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Alice in Wirelessland… . Alice starts the day with some espresso and her customized daily paper. When her carpool arrives, she changes to perusing the news on her handheld showcase, where she sees an ad for another 3-D computerized camera… It appears as though something that would intrigue her photography-companion Bob, so Alice requests that her location book put the call. The discourse recognizer mishears "Bob" as "Babs". Alice rapidly interferes with the mixed up call to "Babs" by shaking her location book - this signs it to re-dissect her discourse. Its second figure, "Bob", is the right one… … (Meanwhile )

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Alice in Wirelessland… . Weave\'s home amusement framework mellows the volume of his custom music record as his telephone rings. Alice starts enlightening Bob concerning the camera, and advances him a duplicate of the ad that appears on his home showcase. Bounce is sold on the item, and in the wake of hanging up with Alice, he asks his electronic shopping specialist to check his most loved photography stores at the least cost and make the buy.

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Alice in Wirelessland… . At the point when the camera arrives, Bob snaps some photographs of his neighbor\'s gathering of antique English route instruments. Subsequent to surveying the photograph collection produced consequently by an online administration, Bob coordinates a duplicate of his most loved picture to the craftsmanship show in his anteroom. He likewise sends a pointer to the photograph collection to Alice and trains his planning operator to set up a get-together so he can express gratitude toward her for the recommendation. Later that evening, Bob will get a warning on his Cellphone/PDA that game plans have been made… … .

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Consumers enabled With riches With decision With data With innovation

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Stand Alone Computing Networked Computing Contextual Computing Spontaneous Computing E-volution

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"Gartner Group predicts that today\'s "network computing" will offer path to a time of " relevant registering " where data frameworks will utilize learning of a client\'s personality, area, premiums, and late exercises (their setting) to redo the client\'s connection with the framework". Databases Wireless Internet Contextual Computing Interfaces Contextual processing

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"Unconstrained registering is similar to human groupings: individuals can just specifically impart when they are close, outsiders that meet may trade data, and this trade may prompt further trades (strikingly of more delicate data) as the relationship creates." Databases Identification Connectivity Wireless Internet Spontaneous Computing Flexibility Interfaces Spontaneous figuring

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Relationship Technologies Relationship Technology Information Technology Time … ..the purchaser is the key

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Consumer desires Consumers Dislike Poor client administration Lack of item data Slow speed of shopping Facts about disappointed buyers 96% never grumble to store about poor administration 90% won\'t come back to purchase again Each one will tell no less than 9 other individuals 13% will tell no less than 20 other individuals Rule#1: The Customer is constantly right… … . Rule#2: If the Customer isn\'t right, rehash Rule #1.

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I don\'t have enough time in my day to complete everything . Differ 11% Neutral 32% 57% Agree Shopping changes 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 Trips to Mall 3.1 2.8 2.0 1.5 1.6 Stores Visited 7.0 5.5 3.5 3.1 3.3 Hours Spent 10.0 8.0 4.0 3.0 3.5 Source: MAS Marketing/McMillan Doolittle 57% of customers purchased at a shopping center in 1999, down from 76% in 1998 Source: Retail Intelligence System, 1999 Consumer Database, Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP

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Changing Lifestyles "I can\'t cook" "Pass the macaroni cheddar" Emergence of accommodation sustenances "We Don\'t Eat Together" "Use to be that going out to eat as a family was an exceptional event, now setting up a family dinner is an uncommon occasion" Food Preparation 1940 – avg. supper took 150 minutes to get ready Today – avg. feast takes < than 30 minutes Anderson Consulting, International Retail Trends

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Changing Lifestyles Consider: > half of shoppers don\'t recognize what they\'ll have for supper 2 hours before they eat. Arthur Anderson, International Retail Trends, 1996 Foundation of the current market week by week shopping trip stock up mindset supper arranging family dinners spouse was home So, have general stores gotten to be " Illogical Distribution Points?

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Consumer changes Shoppers three most vital elements on settling on where to shop: Convenient area to home (52%) Every day low costs (41%) Sale Prices (31%) Sale Source: Retail Intelligence System 2000 Consumer Database, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

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How critical is \'Spot\'? Since a significant part of the workforce can be digitalized… .it presumably will be. We will work where we need … ..not where we need to Changing versatility examples will drive changing purchasing designs People will progressively shop from their autos, airplane terminals, office, kitchens… .whatever… Consumers are portable… ..Retailers are land established

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The associated client ATMs >273,000 in the U.S. Island Card Readers >290,000 in the U.S. Cellular Phones 70.4% - Finland 31.8% - US

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In-store shopping assets Consumer Shopping Process External shopping assets The buyer shopping process Item Research Item Selection Item evaluating & finish Process Payment Item Fulfillment Post Sale Support The shopping procedure can happen altogether inside a store, completely outside the store, or in any mix, driving a requirement for the retailer to bolster numerous channels

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Consumer Value Proposition 21 st Century shopping: \'the total of all channels\'! PWC report on Multi-channel retailing The shopping procedure progressively includes non-store channels, however no channel will altogether supplant some other channel on the grounds that every channel conveys diverse qualities to the customer.

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Retailer Value Proposition Multi-channel retailers will encounter deals and benefit development through client relationship fabricating and broadening brand value, by... utilizing existing resources crosswise over new channels defeating channel-particular requirements picking up bits of knowledge into buyer conduct growing new income streams, expanding both piece of the pie and wallet share The extent to which online and disconnected techniques, corporate societies, operations, and frameworks are effectively incorporated and composed will isolate the champs from the washouts.

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Stores are evolving Fewer, yet greater, stores Customer Service being driven down to the point-of-offer or self-administration gadgets Labor expenses and accessibility driving in-store innovation appropriation Shift from money and checks to plastic Stores getting to be vehicles for Retailer\'s image Increasing utilization of Multimedia as a feature of the Visual Merchandising blend Retailers requesting more prominent "nimbleness" in store operations Stores are advancing from multi-reason areas based on "item" to being a necessary part of a multi-channel model revolved around "client"

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Forces Driving Wireless Improvements in Battery Technology Allow longer time between energizing versatile gadgets Reduction in Power Consumption Current RF is vastly improved than past eras Consumers Desiring Convenience Consumers are busier than at any other time Want access whenever/anyplace Digital Enablement of Society Consumers are fam

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