EuroCIS Forum presents Exciting Hands-On Talks

At EuroCIS, held in Düsseldorf from 19 to 21 February 2013, leading international IT and retail security providers present their latest tailor-made products and solutions for retail. Additionally, the EuroCIS Forum offers an extensive series of lectures over the three days of the event. It features short presentations with up-to-date practical examples as well as spotlighting projects and trends in IT and security technology. Visitors to EuroCIS can attend these compact presentations free of charge at the EuroCIS Forum within the exhibition hall and gain rapid insights into how things are developing in the industry.

The exhibitors and their retail partners show innovative approaches and explain how outstanding solutions are currently being implemented in practice. The topics dealt with in the Forum are just as varied as those of the EuroCIS itself.

Here are a few of the highlights:

  • •              Mobile devices for customers and employees – Where are these already being used and where could they be used
  • •              Latest developments in self-checkout and self-scanning – Experience reports.
  • •              Most recent developments in business intelligence
  • •              Strategies for holistic cash management solutions
  • •              RFID – Status quo and new ideas
  • •              Mobile payment, mobile apps, location-based services, etc. – What are the current trends?
  • •              Digital signage and e-services – Optimal communication at the POS
  • •              Latest security technology – What is really useful?
  • •              Workforce Management Systems – How to deploy personnel efficiently.
  • •              The latest developments in payment terminals, ERP systems, POS Hardware and Software, and many other topics.

All subjects and speakers at the EuroCIS Forum can be accessed via the link “Seminars & Awards” on the EuroCIS website  www.eurocis.com. There will be simultaneous German/English interpretation for all lectures. The EuroCIS Forum starts at 11am each day and will be held in Hall 9  Stand F 70.

EuroCIS 2013 is open to trade visitors daily from 10.00am to 6.00pm from Tuesday, 19 February, to Thursday, 21 February 2013.

1-day tickets for EuroCIS are EUR 22 (EUR 15 when purchased online beforehand), 2-day tickets are EUR 38 (EUR 27 purchased online beforehand). Students and apprentices pay EUR 10. All admission tickets double as tickets for free return trips on all local public transport marked VRR.

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