Nanonation Joins Retail Broadband Alliance

  • Nanonation Inc., a provider of digital signage and kiosk software has joined the Retail Broadband Alliance, a forum that makes it easy for businesses migrating to broadband networks to increase revenue, cut expenses, and improve customer experience. Nanonation made the announcement at the Total Retail Experience Expo (TREX) in New York last week.
  • "Nanonation is proud to be a member of the Retail Broadband Alliance because it enables us to bring together the people, tools, and experience needed to create powerful in-store experiences for them," said Brian Ardinger, vice president of business development for Nanonation. "Having the right set of partners that can provide solutions for networked in-store technologies is vital to the future of retailing and its ability to connect with customers."
  • The Retail Broadband Alliance brings together companies that represent products and services used in the entire retail sales supply chain for data networks. The Retail Broadband Alliance now includes more than 225 companies. Retail merchants pick and choose the providers they want.
  • "New Edge Networks welcomes Nanonation into the growing Retail Broadband Alliance," said Greg Griffiths, vice president of marketing for New Edge Networks. "Nanonation represents yet another trusted choice for merchants who turn to the Retail Broadband Alliance for support in migrating to broadband."
  • Nanonation's software gives retailers a way to monitor, measure, and manage in-store interactions to drive sales and fuel profits. Whether a network of digital signs or interactive kiosks, retailers can now distribute and control their digital marketing messages to create powerful customer experiences.
  • The Retail Broadband Alliance is a forum that makes it simple for merchants to migrate to broadband networks. It brings together more than 225 companies that provide products and services used in the retail supply chain for high-speed data networks. Through joint marketing and educational programs, the Retail Broadband Alliance helps increase awareness of viable broadband-ready solutions and new offerings that increase revenue, cut expenses, and improve customer experience for retail merchants. New Edge Networks, which provides broadband networks to 100 percent of business addresses in the United States, formed the Retail Broadband Alliance in November 2004. Information about the Retail Broadband Alliance and membership is available at www.newedgenetworks.com/solutions/rba/. More information about Nanonation can be found at its web site www.nanonation.net or by calling 402-323-6262.