See you in Tampa!
Date: Tuesday, March 6th
Time 1:00PM – 10:00PM
Tampa Bay! BlueStar is bringing our Innovative Solutions Tour roadshow to YOUR city! Let us take you and your co-workers out to the Amalie Arena to watch your Lightning take on their in-state rivals, the Florida Panthers. You’ll enjoy a product expo featuring solutions from our top manufacturers, a short presentation on payment processors and networking, and then participate in round table discussions on channel topics that interest you. Our afternoon will start inside of Embassy Suites, right around the block from the arena. Once there, you will receive your ticket to the game and experience the Innovative Solutions Tour! Once the show is over, we will walk across the street and enter the arena together. Complimentary food and drink will be served throughout the afternoon, so come on out and let BlueStar treat you to a fun-filled day as we strengthen our valued partnership!
Make sure you register today as we have LIMITED TICKETS!
Must be present at Embassy Suites to receive your ticket!
One lucky customer at the show will win an ultimate Tampa Bay Lightning Fan Package Giveaway!!!
Must be present at Embassy Suites and participate in the product expo for a chance to win! Details of the prize will be announced to the winner at a later date.
Round Table Topics
Internet of Things has exploded into a conversation topic in workplaces around the world. IoT provides a wealth of opportunities for many businesses, whether they specialize in cloud storage, automation software, mobility products, omni-channel solutions, M2M installations, or security.
The consequences of technological innovation and a move to mobility have the potential to disrupt many different industries in the coming future. Long thought of as a solution best implemented for small businesses, mPOS continues to influence traditional POS lanes, making it critical to understand the key elements driving merchants towards mPOS solutions.
Robotics, vision systems, augmented reality, voice technology and wearable computing are transforming warehouse automation across the spectrum. With such drastic changes in automation services available, companies will have to navigate a complex landscape to determine what is viable for their particular business.
A recent Juniper Research study forecasts a 350% rise in IoT spending for retail by 2021, fueled by RFID and Bluetooth low-energy beacons. This growth is being fueled in part by technology which is becoming lower in cost and more prevalent in stores, and which can now be leveraged for better analytics, customer experience and supply chain improvements.
For years, major retailers have employed robotics in distribution centers, but in 2017, robots will take center stage as part of the in-store experience. We are seeing machines, robots, and artificial intelligence begin to help retailers with routine tasks such as taking physical inventory, offering promotions, and even taking surveys and orders.