Technology Association of Georgia event with Home Depot, Coca-Cola, Aaron’s & Clientricity

Bob Klein, CEO of Digital Scientists, chaired the TAG Mobility and TAG Retail Technology panel event called How Mobile is Changing the Face of In-Store Retail on March 31, 2016.

The event featured a group of distinguished panelists:

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Matt Jones from The Home Depot provided insights into all of the changes and updates that have gone into the new Home Depot app – from advanced search to indoor wayfinding.

Cory Voglesonger of Aaron’s reviewed the infrastructure investments to support the ‘front of the house’ team and gave some insights into future direction.

Susan Adams of Coca-Cola Freestyle talked about lessons learned from one of the first Internet of Things (IoT) devices in market. She also highlighted how to personalize your favorite soft drink selection using the Freestyle app.

Bryan Amaral of Clientricity gave insights from his years working with specialty, fashion, and high-end retailers. He shared details of how clients are using mobile to enhance clienteling and loyalty in the retail sector.

Here were a couple interesting tweets from the day:

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screenshot of twitter post of TAG Retail

image of twitter post of Seth Pelletier
TAG Mobility and TAG Retail Technology Event Participants:

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John Trainor (Aaron’s), Bob Klein (Digital Scientists), Cory Voglesonger (Aaron’s), Bryan Amaral (Clientricity), Liz Simpson (Spanx), Matt Jones (Home Depot), Nancy Thompson (Pyramid Solutions), Susan Adams (Coca-Cola). Not pictured: Caroline Dunn (SPI), Kimberly Steel (TAG) and John Dingfelder (TAG)

Learn more about Digital Scientists and our interest in retail by checking out some of our recent work in ecommerce implementation, ecommerce messaging, and even beacon-based promotions.https://twitter.com/jttraino/status/715511924604211200/photo/1