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Retail Companies Deploy Windows 7 – Windows for your Business – The Windows Blog

Posted in General Business,Retail by ebs4pos on January 17, 2010

I’m Erwin Visser and I’m the Senior Director for the Windows Commercial Product Marketing team at Microsoft. In my role, I have the pleasure of working with Windows business customers and partners in the Enterprise, Mid-Market and Small Business segments.

Microsoft is at the National Retail Federation Conference & Expo this week, so we thought it would be a good time to talk about what Windows 7 has to offer Retail customers and share stories from some of those who are deploying Windows 7.

In the Retail space, we’re seeing the demand chain replace the supply chain as the main driver, which puts consumers in control and makes the shopping experience an important differentiator. Smart retailers are tracking data to gain insight and deliver an engaging shopping experience across all channels. Windows 7 features enable retailers to make users productive in the store, at headquarters, and on the road. They can enhance the customer experience by bringing new opportunities like multi-touch capabilities to their stores. PC Management becomes streamlined with easy migration options, power saving features, centralized management and virtualization capabilities.

We’ve heard from several of our Retail customers on the benefits they’re finding with Windows 7. If you’re interested in learning more, check out these case studies:

via Retail Companies Deploy Windows 7 – Windows for your Business – The Windows Blog.


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