More and more libraries are reaping rewards from installing visitor counters. They are using them to save money and increase efficiency.
Video-based technology is expected to dominate the people counting system market in the coming years, offering high accuracy during high-volume traffic, ability to detect the direction in which person or shopper is moving, remains unaffected in varying environments of light, heat, shadows, can easily distinguish people from objects and can track continuously through a large area for an extended period of time.
You are thinking of installing a people-counting system, but how to work out when the expected benefits will justify the cost? To help you we have prepared a Return on Investment calculator complete with typical improvement figures. You just need to fill in your existing conversion rates, transaction values and store traffic and our spreadsheet … Continue reading Discover the Return-on-Investment Calculator for People-Counting System
Thousands of shoppers walk into stores looking for guidance on what to buy, but nearly 90 percent leave empty handed when they can’t find the help they need, according to a consumer survey by TimeTrade. Even worse, if these shoppers had received the help they needed then 86 percent of them would have bought more … Continue reading 93% more likely to buy with optimal staff levels
The collection of accurate data is essential in measuring marketing effectiveness. By thoroughly analysing data, marketers can improve the success of their efforts and make better business decisions. Popular metrics include tracking visitors, sales and customer conversions. What do visitor analytics tell the marketing department? Combining people counts with sales transactions shows the customer conversion … Continue reading Measuring Marketing Effectiveness
How do retailers measure the affects of advertising promotions? One obvious metric is sales. Has the store sold more stuff during the promotion? But more sales are only an indirect measurement of advertising success. What if more people entered the store because of the advertising, but less of them bought anything – is that a … Continue reading Traffic Up; Conversion Down?