PredictSpring is excited to announce that The Lovesac Company, (Nasdaq: LOVE) the home furnishing brand best known for its Sactionals, The World's Most Adaptable Couch™, has chosen The Modern POS to provide an enhanced shopping experience for its customers and fuel future growth.
“Lovesac is a customer centric technology driven company in the home furnishings category. Our vision of customer centricity includes a seamless omni-channel experience across all channels,” said Chad Best, SVP Customer Experience Operations, of The Lovesac Company.
“When strategizing how to evolve our Showroom POS experience for accelerated growth, PredictSpring’s POS was the obvious choice. We are excited to integrate their solutions into our brand as we embark on our next stage of growth.”
PredictSpring’s modern POS designed specifically for the home furnishings industry will provide The Lovesac Company with the ability to offer its customers the following enhancements:
“The home furnishings shopping journey is unique in that customers appreciate the tactile experience of shopping in-store,” said our Founder and CEO Nitin Mangtani
“We’re thrilled to be working with The Lovesac Company to provide a branded Modern POS experience that powers omni-channel shopping experience for both the customers and store associates.”
The features in PredictSpring’s Modern POS designed specifically for the home furnishings industry provide brands and retailers with several notable benefits, including speeding up the path to purchase by offering cashless and counterless checkout, providing a complete 360 degree view of the customer allowing for more personalized interactions with customers, and seamlessly bridging the online and in-store experience.
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