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Inside Wearables Part 2

Inside Wearables – Part 2

July 2014

A look at the uncertain future of smart wearable devices, and five industry developments that will be necessary for meaningful mass market adoption and sustained engagement

The wearables space is in a period of significant transition. There are five developments that are beginning to occur that have the potential to drive meaningful mass market adoption and the delivery of sustained benefit to consumers. The degree and speed at which these take place over the next 2-3 years will have a significant impact on the rate at which wearable technology truly becomes a mass market product category. This paper will present the state of the industry today and examine these developments.
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Inside Wearables

Inside Wearables

January 2014

How the Science of Behavior Change Offers the Secret to Long-Term Engagement

Wearable devices are finally achieving mass market penetration in the United States. Skeptics and proponents of the wearables market alike recognize the significant technological innovations taking place and the opportunities for profits. Successful ventures in this space will enable new revenue streams through services and/or hardware or increase bottom line revenues by improving healthcare outcomes and reducing costs. For companies across the value chain, the stakes are high. In the midst of this frenzy of anticipation, the dirty secret of wearables remains: most of these devices fail to drive long-term sustained engagement for a majority of users. “Inside Wearables” addresses critical strategic issues in wearable devices and services and the twelve factors that are significant contributors to sustained engagement and long-term success in this highly competitive space.
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Riding the Tsunami

October 2012

How Mobile Technology is Transforming the Bricks And Mortar Retail Experience

The retail experience will change more in the next five to ten years than it has changed in the last century. We will see a rebirth of the brick-and-mortar store that delivers efficient, delightful, and personalized experiences for consumers that transcend traditional product merchandising. This white paper presents the characteristics of the future mobile-enabled retail experience; the technologies that are enabling these experiences; and the combinations of technologies that will ultimately be the most transformative. “Riding the Tsunami” will help you navigate the rapidly changing retail landscape, uncover innovative ways to leverage your customers’ mobile devices, and succeed in this highly competitive space.
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