Retail is changing at such a rapid pace it’s hard to imagine what the future may hold. As a retailer, you not only are challenged to offer the products your customers want today, but to do so profitably while providing optimal customer service and staying one step ahead of your competitors — remaining agile enough to address whatever lies ahead.
As multichannel or omni-channel retailing develops, the retail industry is recognising that the most efficient form of operation is to service all channels from a single stock pool. This could be physically held in a variety of locations, most commonly warehouses and stores.
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With about 8 months to go before the EMV liability shift, time is running short for retailers — and consumers — to get ready.
According to Integrated Solutions For Retailers’ recent benchmark survey, retailers plan to spend more than half of their POS investments on mobile POS hardware. Here’s why.
Mobility is making a huge impact on how retailers deal with everything from inventory visibility to customer experience — with the ultimate goal of increased sales.
Over the course of 24 months, BevMo! leveraged big data and cloud computing to rebuild its entire IT enterprise from the ground up.
Recently Epson America, Inc., a leading supplier of value-added Point of Sale (POS) solutions, and Digital Dining, a leader in restaurant POS systems, announced that Bully’s East, a 30-year-old legendary prime rib bar & restaurant in San Diego, has successfully deployed a mobile POS system with the help of Hospitality Technology Systems (HTS), the Digital Dining reseller with special expertise in moving customers from fixed to mobile POS.
You already know that mobile point of sale (POS) technology can move associates from behind the cash wrap to the store floor. But that’s only half of the story. Mobile POS can serve as a focal point for other benefits – customer service and operational alike - that are the coin of the modern omni-channel retail realm.
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