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Perhaps the next information revolution in FMCG will be QR codes, short for ‘quick response’. Whereas the utility of UPC codes is confined to retailers and manufacturers, QR codes can be used by end consumers, who scan them with their smart phones and can be directed to anything: a website, a promotional video, even an in-store coupon. This opens up a direct channel of communication with the consumer that can be used by both manufacturer and retailer.
Greg Thain (Store Wars: The Worldwide Battle for Mindspace and Shelfspace, Online and In-store)
QR Codes are amazing. With their Smartphone Your Potential Perfect Client “scans” this code and they’re directed to more info.
Doug Johnson (Mobile Marketing (How to Improve Your Business Marketing and Sales, Secret Tips and Shortcuts!))
Consumers can now scan the code on the product when they are running low, and it will be ordered and delivered within hours to their home, completely side-lining all the tools and techniques of competing manufacturers who would wish to get the consumer to brand switch. Tesco’s Homeplus in South Korea also launched a campaign that engages shoppers to buy products using QR codes. Homeplus created virtual billboards of their store aisles in subway stations, allowing passengers to shop while they waited by scanning the products’ QR codes – the groceries being delivered when they arrived home. The goal of the campaign was to help Homeplus compete with the number-one retailer, E-MART, without increasing their store numbers. Since the launch, their online sales have increased 130%, making them the top online retailer in South Korea, and a close second offline.
Greg Thain (Store Wars: The Worldwide Battle for Mindspace and Shelfspace, Online and In-store)
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