Guide No. 2 – Making the right charging choice
Guide No 2 - Making the right charging choice
Five key criteria to consider when deciding on which charging solution is best for you.
No one knows your business or organisation better than you do. This insight is vital when deciding which charging model to adopt. That’s because the aspects of charging speed, ease of use, customer experience, safety and security, financial investment, and management levels required to run the service all need to align to the end goals you have.
What are those goals?
● In retail, it might be providing a customer experience that surprises and delights shoppers, prevents them from leaving early and drives additional spending.
● In healthcare, it might help patients stay in touch with loved ones and prevent the nursing team from having to field requests to charge devices.
● At an airport, offering charging will focus on keeping passengers moving through the terminal smoothly and ensuring boarding cards and vaccine passports can be digitally displayed.
● In the education sector, the goals are likely related to student engagement, safety, and well-being and demonstrating that the establishment offers modern and innovative facilities for its students.
Download this guide to help you navigate the differences between solutions with your specific needs in mind, so you can make an informed decision about which solution is best.
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