Whilst the digital world has been mapped out extensively, there is a gap in the physical world, where brands have failed to bridge together customers online and offline experiences.
Customers deserve better experiences and brands must deliver these to them or face getting left behind.
Discover how to solve today's customer experience complexities by attending this webinar hosted by Intel, featuring Graticule Personalisation, where we will focus on the three components that underpin the customer experience journeys of tomorrow: personalised experiences, non-touch and increased speed of service.
Focusing on use cases for the drive-thru, car parks and click and collect, whilst also covering key points that are applicable across all industries. Whether you’re a systems integrator, retailer, quick service restaurant, petrol/service station or casual dining restaurant owner this webinar is sure to get you thinking.
Watch this webinar and learn:
Rob was previously head of finance for a technology and print company. A business graduate of Manchester with a long standing passion for technology. Rob worked for Sainsbury’s Supermarkets managing their digital & technology spend and was involved in large multi-site tech projects. His real passion sits with QSR and during a commercial role at a KFC and Starbucks franchisee where he fell in love with the buzz of QSR.
David was previously the founding director of an existing and highly successful SaaS business. With over a decade of experience working in the sector with enterprises who utilise David’s products for forecasting, inventory, order management and ecommerce. David has worked implementing large business systems for Starbucks, Morrisons, Nestle, McCormick and Euro Garages.
Farhaan is forward-thinking and maintains a sharp focus on emerging technologies to effectively adapt enterprises across Retail, Banking, Hospitality and Education to create new experiences and ensure competitive edge by working alongside innovative Intel partners. Previously he was the Director of Product Management at Aepona Ltd, an API management and Payments start-up acquired by Intel 2013