One iota delivers on retailing of the future with 1,000th store roll out!
One iota, the cloud-based multi-channel retail technology specialist in online, in-store and interactive solutions, has reached a significant company milestone by installing its technology in over 1,000 high street stores.
Founded in 2010 by Damian Hanson, CEO and David Hague, CTO, the business has gone from strength to strength. The now 30 strong One iota team continues to develop innovative retail technology solutions, which help retailers and brands across the UK to drive increased sales in-store and create a seamless shopping experience for their customers.
Damian Hanson commented “As shoppers become more and more connected with technology, retailers and brands must ensure that they are capturing every sales opportunity available to them by utilising new technology in-store to engage their shoppers. Every solution we provide increases sales and has a clear return on investment model for our clients. Business is going really well and our solutions remain in strong demand.”
One iota has delivered a number of exciting new technologies over the past year, implementing its software on; existing retail tills, iPads carried by sales assistants, in-store kiosks and new technology channels such as touch wall glass panels and interactive walls. Current clients include JD Sports, BANK Fashion, Superdry, Thorntons and Quiz Clothing.
David Hague commented “It’s a fantastic acknowledgement of the team’s hard work over the last few years that our technology is being so widely adopted by the best names in retail. We are tremendously proud to have over 1,000 stores now live with us!”
As Britain’s retailers enjoyed their strongest quarter in more than a decade*, retailers and brands must ensure they are building a customer experience journey that joins up digital and physical retailing.
With retailers facing issues including limited floor space, out of stock items, old systems and poor customer journeys, One iota’s technology solutions have been developed to overcome these issues and revolutionise the in-store experience.
* according to the Office for National Statistics
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