E-commerce has become much more than just a channel. It is an integral part of a complete retail business and the fastest-growing part of the business.
Loss prevention professionals have more to deal with than ever before, and their job requirements are expanding at the same time. Here we sit down with Todd Zimmerman, national asset protection manager with h.h. gregg, to discuss what really is concerning LP professionals now and going forward.
Payment processors gather a myriad of transactional and consumer data that can be a boon for retailers struggling to understand their customers.
Marble Slab Creamery and MaggieMoo’s Ice Cream and Treatery are using social media to drive sales and increase loyalty.
The horticultural supply company is using improved site search capabilities and customer visibility to propel stronger growth online.
The historic New York sports store chain is using DOM (distributed order management) to increase return customers to 37 percent and better leverage its in-store inventory.
Frank Poore had some unfinished business when he returned to the company he founded, and it seems e-commerce is finally catching up to his vision.
Football has truly become America’s game. The NFL is the most powerful sports league in the U.S., and its popularity is growing. College football dominates television ratings, and high school football dominates many Americans’ Friday nights. Football is a money-making machine, and retailers are all over it.
Small-to-midsize retailers are leveraging cloud-based solutions to handle everything from order and inventory management to customer data, all without a large IT department.
Cash can become a revenue generator and efficiency gainer for retailers using the latest technologies.