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SignIQ: Best-In-Class Retail Ticketing Solutions
With the advent of multifaceted technologies and the increasein the number of competitors in the market, retailers today are facing an uphill task to attain success.Also, every company also faces its own set of specific challenges. One such issue is retail ticketing. SignIQ is an organisation that provides optimum, full-service, cost effective, in-store ticketing in a minimal timeframe; it scrutinises and resolves retail ticketing issues.The company has built a strongpresence throughout Australia and New Zealand through working to terminate retail inefficiencies and to simplify promotional ticketing.
Founded in 1994 and now with offices in Melbourne,Sydney and the head office in Perth,Australia, SignIQ consistently delivers innovative ticketing solutions to several vertical markets in the retail industry namelysupermarket, pharmaceutical, liquor, furniture, consumer electronics and sporting. “We are dedicated to delivering an efficient and simple to use, in-store marketing system to clients across Australia,” says John Despott, MD. Utilisingbest-in-class solutions, SignIQ helps its clients to tacklehardships pertaining to promotional ticketing. Commenting on how the company is serving the industry, John says, “We’re committed to being the specialistsin providing a full-service in-store ticketing company in Australia and New Zealand. To the best of our knowledge, we are the only company who can offer you real-time feedback and tracking on your promotional campaigns.”
Today’s retail environment seems simple but in actual fact it is very complicated.Theretail industry needs refined IT systems and SignIQ works on delivering the most suitable IT system that clients require.
With best-in-class solutions, SignIQ helps its clients in tackling hardships pertaining to promotional ticketing
Having been in the industry for 22 years,SignIQ has expanded to 7,000 locations and has gained 20,000 regular users. Among the clients in Australia and New Zealand, esteemed companies such as Harvey Norman, Dan Murphy’s, Chemmart, Woolworths, Discount Drug Stores, The Bottle-O, Cellarbrations, Terry White Chemist, SUPA IGA, Amcal Max, BWS, Spotlight, Anaconda and Warehouse Stationery, and many more, have reached out for SignIQ’s services.
SignIQ's technology strategy is two-fold; build a market-leading platform which will enable international expansion at scale, and align with key innovators and partners in the digital signage space. This strategy is enabled by Amazon Web Services which allows forthe easy deployment of the SignIQ platform across the globe. s retailers continue to make digital a core part of their in-store visual merchandising strategy, SignIQ will be well positioned to integrate and streamline the delivery, display and reporting of marketing material in-store.