Fujitsu's center features live demos of 13 different technologies that retailers can employ to improve their business, enabling connected retail experiences

While larger retailers have the resources to implement digital strategies, smaller, more traditional brands can struggle to compete. This is what Japanese IT company Fujitsu hopes to enable, opening a new technology center in Dublin to show these small or independently owned stores how to strategically digitally integrate to augment their business.

Called the Connected Retail Experience Centre, the location displays 13 different technologies that retailers can take advantage of. Their focus is on increasing store productivity while improving the customer experience, educating brands on the possibilities that tools like augmented reality or 5G can open up for them.

The Experience Centre strives to create a win-win value proposition for both Fujitsu and its customers. According to Fujitsu Director of Business Development Kenneth Keogh, “The Centre has been designed to bring Fujitsu's value proposition to life—real solutions and services in a more realistic environment.”

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While larger retailers have the resources to implement digital strategies, smaller, more traditional brands can struggle to compete. This is what Japanese IT company Fujitsu hopes to enable, opening a new technology center in Dublin to show these small or independently owned stores how to strategically digitally integrate to augment their business.

Called the Connected Retail Experience Centre, the location displays 13 different technologies that retailers can take advantage of. Their focus is on increasing store productivity while improving the customer experience, educating brands on the possibilities that tools like augmented reality or 5G can open up for them.