Vodafone Guided Selling Kiosks

The Vodafone Guided Selling application serves two purposes – allowing customers browse products at their leisure, and as a constantly up-to-date tool for staff to use in the sales process. Sales of featured products increased dramatically when the screens were introduced.

Application: Vodafone Guided Selling Screens

Product: Interactive Kiosks

Solution: Retail Guided Selling

Location: Vodafone Stores, Ireland

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