Driving Sales by Measuring Real Customer Engagement

A large youth apparel retail chain used Euclid to discover that below-average shop time in underperforming stores presented a large opportunity for increased in-store revenue. This retailer’s store operations team installed Euclid sensors in a sample of 15 stores to gain insight into customer engagement, loyalty and visits to help understand where the underperforming stores […]

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Euclid helps a national retailer increase marketing ROI and same-store sales

A casual apparel retailer’s store operations team installed Euclid in 20 stores where same-store sales were flat-to-down. They wanted to understand store visits, visit duration, and window conversion in a few underperforming stores. The retailer had traditionally used catalog drops as their main tactic for attracting shoppers back to stores. Despite high production and distribution […]

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Here Are The Execs Macy’s, Neiman Marcus And Nordstrom Scooped Up To Lure Shoppers Back To Physical Stores

By eucliduser | News and Events | 20 June, 2013

According to comScore, consumers spent $186 billion online in 2012—up 15 percent from 2011. That number is predicted to reach $1 trillion by 2016.  With today’s retail landscape shifting toward omni-channel shopping experiences, physical retailers are longing to get a piece of the pie. Brick-and-mortars are dreaming up new ways to not only compete with online behemoths […]

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The story behind Euclid

By eucliduser | News and Events | 17 June, 2013

Euclid’s products are built on modern Wi-Fi technology, but the genesis of the company really goes back to 1959, when my grandfather, John Smith, one of the country’s earliest shopping center developers, opened the Lenox Square mall in Atlanta. As a developer, his primary goal was to improve the shopping experience: Happy shoppers buy more. Dissatisfied […]

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