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Here a few examples on how retail brands have embraced the beacon to alter the shopping experience:
1. Lyst to offer hands-free cashless payments through PayPal Beacon
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Lyst, an online fashion marketplace, recently entered into a partnership with PayPal aiming to use beacons to eliminate long waiting lines at brick-and-mortar stores. These beacons allow shoppers to buy a product in real time using their mobile device while in-store.
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2. Tesco to offer better in-store customer service using iBeacons
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Tesco recently leveraged iBeacons to offer better in-store customer service by notifying their customers when their online order is ready for pickup.
3. Macy’s ties customers’ online shopping accounts with in-store visits using shopBeacons
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Macy’s is currently using shopBeacons technology to notify customers about deals as soon as they enter the store. The beacon not only gives them an overview of the number of accumulated loyalty points and offers personalized rewards but also helps them link their customers’ online shopping accounts with their in-store visits.
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4. Tarrytown Pharmacy allows price comparison using Shelfbucks beacon
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Austin’s landmark Tarrytown Pharmacy leveraged beacon technology to build brand loyalty by installing Shelfbucks beacon to allow their customers to compare product prices while in-store.