Although the quality of your in-store experience depends on many variables, there are two powerful areas we firmly suggest you emphasize.
Processing fees are an annoying fact of life for merchants. Complex structures and various fee types are designed to be complicated, boring, and inaccessible for merchants.
If you’ve been into a flagship store of your favorite retailer, you’ve probably noticed sleek design features combined with the latest innovative technology created to enhance the in-store experience.
With the emergence of new technology, it is often assumed that sales associates will be of less importance to retailers. That assumption is inaccurate.
Omnichannel strategies are becoming increasingly integral to retail marketing and established job titles are shifting accordingly.
Typically, the words customer and loyalty don’t necessarily fit alongside one another in the same sentence. With the multitude of options out there for consumers, it can be difficult for a business to keep their customers coming back for more. The ways below may seem like a no-brainers, but you’d be surprised at how often retailers fail to provide these basics.
When looking at a new retail management solution, it can be a scary and confusing time. You must think about the time it will take to go through the transition, data you will need to transfer and training of your sales staff. Ensure your transition is as smooth and timely as possible by adding these top priorities to your checklist.
Payment processing- an industry surrounded by mystery, regulation, and misconception.
John and Jane each own and operate a high-end retail boutique outlet in town. They sell the same types of products to the same demographics, are in direct competition with one another and save for one critical detail – the presence of a newly installed next-gen POS system in John’s store - are nearly identical in the way they operate and do business.
Visual merchandisers arrange retail space and product displays to encourage shoppers to buy. Naturally, retailers want to ensure visual merchandising provides a strong return on investment (ROI) for their companies. After all, why continue visual merchandising efforts if they don't translate into more sales?
If you’re a multi-channel retailer with omnichannel challenges, chances are you’ve heard the term “commerce platform” flying around lately. But what does it mean?
Whether it's a new country coffee table or a swivel recliner, furniture purchases are never easy to make. They require time and research for shoppers to feel confident that they're making the right decision.