Scanalytics Inc. CEO Joins Deloitte Canada Retail Outlook Summit

Addressing “Future Proofing Your Business”, Joe Scanlin joins a select panel at the Deloitte 8th Annual Retail Outlook Summit.

Press Release updated: Oct 19, 2017 03:00 EDT

Scanalytics Inc. Co-founder and CEO Joe Scanlin joins a select panel at the Deloitte 8th Annual Retail Outlook Summit addressing the topic of “Future Proofing Your Business”.

By enabling technology, companies in retail can prepare themselves for a range of possibilities. Advanced analytic techniques allow companies to gain valuable and actionable insights into how customers are interacting with their stores.

Introducing the concept of applying neuroscience and technology to the built environment, Joe Scanlin will speak to the benefits of leveraging the Internet of Things (IoT) to collect business intelligence on the way consumers interact with a store’s physical environment, and how those analytics can be applied to future proofing retail businesses. Joe has pioneered advancements in intelligent physical space technology such as studying the impact of environmental stimuli changes on customers in a physical space. Joe will share insights on the benefits of smart spaces for retail businesses.

Joe joins Deloitte Canada National Retail Leader, Jennifer Lee; Chief Data Scientist for Deloitte Canada, Ian Scott; and CEO of Modiface Augmented Reality, Parham Aarabi, on this select panel. The event is scheduled for October 24 in Toronto, Canada.


For more information please contact:

Joe Scanlin, Scanalytics Inc. Co-Founder & CEO

Phone: 608-215-2416

[email protected]

Powered by a team of scientists, engineers and retail experts, Scanalytics Inc. is the global leader in Internet of Things (IoT) sensor and software platforms focused on driving value through transforming physical environments by making them “intelligent”.

Source: Scanalytics Inc.

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