Now Engage your Customers with DTiQ's Enhanced Video Analytics!
By Media Entertainment Tech Outlook | Wednesday, July 24, 2019
Enhanced Video Analytics provides improved customer experience with advanced video algorithms that measure customer interaction from the initial stage from check-in to check-out.
FREMONT, CA: DTiQ, provider of intelligent video surveillance and loss prevention solutions, has launched an Enhanced Video Analytics for customers in the restaurant and retail industries. The platform enables DTiQ clients and customers to monitor customer satisfaction in real-time.
The new video analytics ensures the users with customer count, traffic heat mapping, and speed of services combined video and audio analytics, POS station interaction analysis, customer abandonment, custom analytics and more.
The product can alert and forecast trends to the workers, management staffs and corporate leadership, providing efficient and insightful data to act upon.
Enhanced Video Analytics is used to ensure and inform key factors like, staffing and scheduling, merchandising like store layout and displays, employee coaching and incentives, inventory and operational programs, and speed of service optimization that includes, in-store, mobile pick-up, or drive-thru.
DTiQ, a global lead provider of intelligent video-based surveillance and loss prevention services, mentions improving how the restaurant and retail locations are managed. DTiQ is remarkable for its property of combining state-of-the-art surveillance equipment with advanced, cloud-based analytics and managed services. DTiQ with its exceptional design is unique in its working. With 20 years of experience in business, the firm covers over eight million-consumer experiences and protects trillion dollars worth of assets.
Zach Zoulias, Vice President of Product Management for DTiQ, in a statement mentioned that Enhanced Video Analytics will revolutionize the working principle of the restaurant and retail operators that make decisions. The product measures the real-time experience of customers from entry to check-out from the restaurant. It will highlight what needs to change by ensuring a positive outcome of the business without overwhelming operators with unstructured data.
DTiQ has over 45,000 of customers including both corporate and franchise including giant entities like Adidas, Burger King, Charming Charlie, and Dairy Queen.