Jacky’s queues up for success

Power retailer Jacky’s Electronics aims to bring a new level of ease to the ancient art of queuing as the firm shines the spotlight on its new range of visitor management systems

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Jacky’s queues up for success Panjabi: Jacky’s has been participating at GITEX for the past 16 years.
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  September 16, 2010

Power retailer Jacky’s Electronics aims to bring a new level of ease to the ancient art of queuing at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK this year, as the firm shines the spotlight on its new range of visitor management systems.

“We will be showcasing our queuing systems, customer feedback systems, digital signage solutions, currency counters and high-security shredding solutions,” says Ashish Panjabi, Chief Operating Officer of the Jacky’s Group of Companies. “We have this year on display our queuing systems that will be integrated with our digital signage solutions which mean we are able to give complete turnkey solutions for our clients, particularly those in the banking, government and telecom sectors,” he adds.

Customer feedback systems will also receive their fair share of attention, as Jacky’s will have it quality-of-service modules on exhibition which it claims are designed for high-traffic areas like bank tellers desks. Punjabi notes that it is often difficult for companies to get precise feedback when an area has high footfall; its products are designed to mitigate this situation, with the added bonus of being able to integrate to most commonly available CRM systems.

Panjabi lauds GITEX for being able to stay relevant to visitors in an industry which remains one of the fastest-moving around: “Jacky’s has been participating in GITEX Technology Week for the last 16 years and has found that despite no matter how many other exhibitions have been added onto the exhibition calendar, GITEX has been the strongest in terms of attracting exhibitors and visitors of the highest quality not only from the UAE but from all across the region.

“We aim to use GITEX Technology Week as an event where we can get the time and attention of all the key decision makers at one time,” he concludes.

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