If you’ve been shopping in the store to buy Apple TV, you’ll notice how all the staff there are equipped with a iPhone or iPad that is used to facilitate the operations of the house and pull the customer information on the spot. This is more efficient than having a computer in the back which might slow down the whole process, especially if there are many clients.
Now it seems that the luxury retailer Kering want to get similar technology. According to a new report released recently from the news agency Reuters, have confirmed that the company they are working with Apple to develop applications to be used by its employees to help check the inventory in its stores. Details concerning these applications are rare but represent an interesting opportunity for Apple that tend to be known mostly in the manufacture of consumer products.
However, this is not the first time that work Apple TV with other companies to provide such solutions. Previously, Apple has teamed with IBM to create a set of mobile apps designed for use in institutions and companies. And for those who have not heard about the company Kering before, they are the company behind many luxury brands such as Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent and Alexander McQueen.
Wouldn’t be Kering also the first company working on the development of applications for use by its employees in its luxury boutiques, he explained the news agency Reuters that the trademarks of luxury such as Chanel and Burberry have worked with companies in another technology such as Farfetch for similar services.
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