While traveling, tourists want to experience the sights, sounds and atmosphere of their destination. However, the traditional pamphlets and rack cards available to visitors can be overwhelming. Plus, they leave local businesses with no way to stand out in the clutter or measure return on investment.
Our customer interaction technology solutions for tourism-based companies provide attractive, user-friendly ways for local vendors to promote their offerings and for visitors to purchase a tour ticket or reserve a table for lunch, all while discovering local attractions and businesses through an interactive kiosk. Not only does this make a visitor’s experience more positive and friendly, but it subsequently pumps revenue back into local economy.
And, when paired with supplemental point of sale and e-commerce systems, these companies can extend their sales reach while centrally tracking inventory levels throughout the City Corridor solution network.
Retail stores are filled with items competing for the customer’s eye, making advertising through traditional in-store methods a challenge. Our interactive kiosks and end-cap digital signage solutions increase brand awareness and result in fulfilment of your call-to-action, taking in-store advertising to the next level.
Advertising that a customer can hear, touch or react to not only provides an innovative, attractive experience but also a memorable one more likely to convert into a sale. In addition, real-time analytics on ad viewership such as impressions and demographics are available to advertisers and can be directly correlated with sales to accurately measure success.
In tourist towns worldwide, visitors are greeted with racks of brochures promoting everything from tours and museums to restaurants and hotels. But in the world of computers, smartphones and tablets, a new interactive visitor kiosk developed in South Carolina and deployed as far away as New York City might make such brochures a thing of the past.
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Through an innovative partnership with NYC & Co. and Macy's, City Corridor's interactive kiosks are helping to power customer service in New York City's newest Visitor Center. Located in Macy's Herald Square store, the visitor center officially opened on September 18, 2013.
Meet Charles. He helps tourists plan their vacations in Charleston. He showcases restaurants, activities and historic sites around the city. He handles transactions and prints tickets. He is a six-foot kiosk — a digital concierge service — complete with a seersucker bowtie. Read More
A South Carolina interactive marketing firm is using Intel’s AIM Suite technology to gain invaluable insights about the people tapping into a popular new service for tourists and convention-goers.
Charleston, SC-based City Corridor has AIM Suite sensors and software installed in enclosures of interactive tourism kiosks placed in the main areas of hotels, meeting and visitor centres around the company's home city. Read more
The No. 1 tourist destination in North America is about to unveil a new device to make sure visitors maximize the Charleston experience and help the city remain on top.
The Charleston Area Convention and Visitors Bureau will roll out its new interactive concierge service called "Charles" today ... Read More
One of the reasons for this restoration is to keep the Westin competitive for tourist dollars, and one of the ways they are doing that is with "Charles" a high-tech kiosk that with just a swipe of the hand it will get guests where they need to go. Read More