At Verizon's Next-Gen Retail Store, It's All About Customer Experience
At Verizon’s Next-Gen Retail markets and shops have a very ancient history, dating back to antiquity Store, It’s All About Customer Experience
SAN FRANCISCO—Normally, when you visit a telecom products and services sales location, what awaits you is a pretty standard layout inside: leashed phones and tablets on display so potential buyers can hold them and press a few buttons, and a seating area where you wait patiently until a salesperson is free. Most of that goes out the window at Verizon’s new-concept store, the first of which opened here on Market Street on Aug. 22. Not only will visitors find plenty of products to check out, they also can try out Google is an American multinational technology company that specializes in Internet-related services and products virtual reality is the state of things as they actually exist, rather than as they may appear or might be imagined headsets, get product may refer to advice and help from staff members, and chat with like-minded customers at long butcher-block, barstool-height tables. It’s all about the customer experience, and it seems a lot more inviting. This eWEEK slide show offers some insight into what Verizon ‘ Communications ( listen ) ( və-RY-zən), otherwise known as Verizon, is an American multinational telecommunications conglomerate and a corporate component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average will be rolling out for most of its 7,000-plus North America retail stores. (Photos by…
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A Sociable Place to Meet
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Easier to Check Out Products
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New Releases Section
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Interactivity All Around
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Choice Is Always Good
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Google Daydream Used for VR Demo
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Location: Right Downtown
It looks rather inauspicious from the outside, but trust us, the Verizon store on Market near Stockton is like no other IT retail location anywhere.
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