Alton Lane doesn’t just sell men’s clothing, they create customized experiences for each customer who walks through their doors. When they moved into their space on Libbie and Grove, they had a number of tech needs and some very noisy upstairs neighbors. They needed to create an atmosphere that was modern and cool but comfortable and approachable. They also needed employees to be able to control everything from the playlist to the measuring and ordering efficiently.
“All of our appointments are private and one-on-one. Customers make a split second decision when they walk in based on comfort. When you go into a private appointment and there’s no ambiance or music, it creates an awkward environment. We needed to find someone who could help do that for us.” – Peyton
Alton Lane wants to be the best place in the world for men to get clothes that make them look and feel their best. That starts with atmosphere. Customers need to feel comfortable working one-on-one with staff. The best way to achieve that? Audio visual throughout the store.
Being the best place in the world to shop is a lofty goal. It requires fitting each customer just right, and creating a shopping experience like no other. To do that, employees needed the right technology to be able to control everything from their iPads.
What do you do when your upstairs neighbors sound more like elephants? You mask the noise with the perfect balance of speakers and sound.