Quri, the company that is enabling a real-time, in-store intelligence platform for brands and retailers, unveiled its smartphone app and cloud-based analytics application. Quri also announced that it is expanding from trial phase to full nationwide deployment. The company announced this from The Wall Street Journal’s D: All Things Digital conference, where it was chosen as one of the few companies to demo on stage. The senior executive conference recognizes and showcases the people and companies making significant accomplishments in the technology industry.
“Brands invest hundreds of billions of dollars every year to promote their products in stores, and they need a scalable solution to measure and optimize that investment,” said Justin Behar, Co-founder of Quri. “We can check the status of products and promotions in thousands of stores within hours, providing brands and retailers with real-time, actionable data and photos, which enables them to greatly improve their in-store execution and the shopper experience.”
Via Quri’s iPhone app, called EasyShift, anybody can participate in the Quri network of shoppers to earn extra money at the stores they visit every day.
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