Etisalat and Mojix to Showcase Digitally Transformed Retail Stores at GITEX Technology Week 2017
Dubai, UAE and Los Angeles, CA, USA October 5, 2017 – Etisalat, the largest integrated service provider in the Middle East and Africa, and Mojix, Inc, a leading provider of real-time IoT and connected business solutions, are partnering for the second consecutive year at the 37th GITEX Technology Week in Dubai on October 8-12, to showcase the “Store of the Future.” The companies will introduce digitally transformed retail environments that feature industry leading wireless sensors and big data analytics for smart inventory, smart supply chains and customer engagement. Taking place at the Etisalat booth #Z-A1 in Zabeel Hall at the Dubai World Trade Center, the “Store of the Future” will display end-to-end solutions for connected retail stores including interactive demonstrations highlighting real-time inventory management, smart mirrors, smart gates, RFID-enabled trolleys, seamless checkout, blockchain, and other flexible, scalable and secure advanced solutions for retail environments.
“The journey of retailers through digital transformation requires connected solutions that integrate wireless sensor networks, data driven intelligence, big data optimization and IoT clouds,” said Shawn Manesh, Senior Vice President of Mojix. “In the era of evolving expectations of the omni-channel shopper, those retailers who are transforming digitally across multiple touchpoints and channels are outperforming others. At Mojix, we continue to unleash new technologies that enable superior customer experience and competitive edge in the retail industry.”
GITEX Technology Week is the largest, most specialized IT trade event representing the Middle East, Africa, and South Asia, featuring over 25,000 regional C-level executives, 3,700 international technology companies and more than 142,000 visitors over the 5 days of the event. As well as defining the latest trends, presenting high caliber speakers and showcasing product innovations from across the world, GITEX 2017 is bringing together the most innovative, exciting and ambitious tech startups to showcase their world-changing ideas to an audience of hand-picked international investors. For more information, visit www.gitex.com.
Mojix provides real-time IoT solutions for enterprise operations management and customer engagement. Its cloud based IoT software platform and mobile applications leverages its pioneering wide-area RFID systems, which are built on patented long-range location technology. Our primary focus is solving the big data problems created by collecting large-scale amounts of data from various wireless and wired sources. We are innovators in fixed infrastructure sensor networks that collect, store, analyze and interconnect data from multiple sources including RFID, GPS and other sensor devices. Mojix IoT solutions provide big data scalability and feature highly configurable application frameworks and elegant user interfaces with advanced analytics, enabling end-to-end business intelligence and data visibility across multiple industries. For more information, visit www.mojix.com.
About Etisalat Group
In 1976, Emirates Telecommunication Corporation was founded, and was the first of its kind in the UAE. After over four decades, Etisalat, the largest UAE-based telecommunications service provider in the region, is the most powerful company in the United Arab Emirates, providing service to over 167 million subscribers in 18 countries across the Middle East, Asia and Africa, with the turbulence in world’s economy Etisalat still stands tall with their strong balance sheet due to their commitment towards using advanced technologies and enhancing customer satisfaction, their long-term success is evidenced by their stellar credit ratings. Etisalat’s sterling profit figures of AED 8.3 billion and fantastic consolidated revenue of AED 51.7 billion is a testament to Etisalat’s commitment and dedication to provide the best services at an affordable price. It’s no wonder that Etisalat is the largest carrier of international voice traffic in the Middle East and Africa. For more information, visit www.etisalat.com.
Sr. Director, Corporate Communications
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