Contrary to the buzz about e-commerce replacing brick-and-mortar, getting consumers in the doors of physical retail locations remains crucial to brands' success.
When shopping in your store, customers want what they want, when they want it, and where they want it. Sounds easy enough, right? Of course not. The concept of omnichannel can seem overwhelming at times and trying to meet customer’s omnichannel expectations can feel like too much.
We all know that technology is playing a huge roll in the ever-changing retail landscape.
In my last blog, The Death of Boring Retail, I detailed the changing retail landscape and the need to create a more immersive shopping experience importance for retailers. I focused on the fact that it was not retail that was dying but rather “boring retail” that was going the way of the dodo. We dove into how strategic store design and the inclusion of tech into that design would help facilitate the necessary changes to survive.
Think of in-store retail technology as electricity in your home. It has little value on its own, but when combined with other elements, it can have a huge impact on your life—or in this case, your business.
Say Watt? It's true!
These days buzzwords are more abundant than ever, and wireless is no exception. Two commonly confused terms in the industry are Endless Aisle and Dropship. To provide some clarity, we’ll begin with some definitions and then we’ll go into how Endless Aisle and Dropship work together with our POS software, RQ, to provide endless product options to your customers, allowing you and your sales associates to say nothing but YES.
Another year of the tech conference has passed and it's true that CES got off to a bit of a rough start; Las Vegas had a record amount of rainfall on January 10, which made trekking to different show halls and meetings a bit treacherous.
While CES wasn’t without its fair share of controversies, from an all-male keynote speaker list to the loss of power at the Las Vegas Convention Center, there were a few significant technology trends that emerged from the show. Here are 3 of the top trends that emerged during CES 2018.
This just in: the internet is not a fad.
The warnings were shouted loudly — that the world wide web wasn’t here to stay and online shopping addictions would disappear slowly, but surely. Well, the naysayers were no Nostradamus and consumers didn’t get the memo since 79% of Americans make purchases online. With the new year right around the corner, what can we expect in 2018 from the bigger and stronger e-commerce?
From January 9 - 12, 2018, the CES consumer electronics conference will heat up the otherwise cool Las Vegas sands. As expected, CES brings with it a plethora of content packed sessions and great keynote speakers. To help you take full advantage of the full event agenda, I’ve put together my top attractions for a wireless retailer, leaving you some space to fill out your schedule as you see fit.
The dynamic duo of Dropship and Endless Aisle are the products your service & repair shop needs to ramp-up revenue and always be closing on sales.
If you’re already convinced, great! However, it’s likely that you don’t believe me just yet. In order to understand this no-brainer business decision, it’s important to know what the heck Dropship and Endless Aisle actually are!
Sometimes indirect dealers are faced with a lot of carrier restrictions which can create issues when trying to streamline their daily operations. But don't worry! Retail solutions are ready to help. An in-store virtual experience can help you meet your goals while adhering to restrictions.
Black Friday is less than a month away and the holiday season is almost upon us. Online and in-store sales will start to go through the snow-covered roof, but who wouldn’t want to take advantage of the most profitable season of the year. I’m here to give you the gift that keeps on giving: Endless Aisle and Dropship.
The science of consumer psychology has advanced significantly in recent years. This is true for both our ability to understand customers and for using psychology to influence and persuade consumer behavior. Aspects of consumer psychology have been engineered into retail environments for decades. But now that retail is evolving into an omnichannel environment, it's time to reconsider old approaches.
Carriers are expecting the in-store experience to go completely mobile but it’s not as simple as plunking iPads in your store and having people use them. Start by recognizing the in-store hurdles you have today, then identify how mobile solutions can help you combat them and make a positive change to the retail experience for both your consumers and your employees.