Hamburger Sparkasse Launches “Branch of the Future” with Scala and Pilot Screen Time
Creating an easy to use, integrated system which allows messages to be created, scheduled and displayed from a variety of locations.
Recognising the importance of dynamic, relevant and clear communication with customers, Hamburger Sparkasse, one of Germany’s five free public savings banks, has undergone a complete branch redesign incorporating multi-channel digital communications tools in all 100 of its premises.
Scala, working with, Pilot Screentime, provided the digital signs, user interfaces and — using audience and campaign tracking tools — an analytics system that ensured Hamburger Sparkasse could create, serve and monitor meaningful communications to their customers.
Intuitive, integrated system allows centrally-created and local content to be served to customers
Marketing decisions driven by face-tracking response analytics based on empirical data
Digital signage has replaced static and print marketing materials allowing dynamic, responsive and eye-catching messaging
72 million customer contacts, 45000 messages created and served and 600 digital touchpoints installed across 96 locations in three years of implementation
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