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  1. Datasheet: GTS HMC9500-Li Rechargeable Battery For Motorola MC9500/MC9590 Devices
    9/20/2017

    GTS’ HMC9500-Li is a rechargeable battery for Motorola/Zebra MC9500/MC9590 mobile computers. The HMC9500-Li is made up of the highest quality battery cells and is guaranteed to meet or exceed the original equipment manufacturer’s specifications for form, fit and function. GTS also offers the HMC9500-LI(1.5X) for Motorola/Zebra MC9500/MC9590 users who need an extended runtime for their mobile devices.

  2. GTS HMC9500-Li Rechargeable Battery For Motorola MC9500/MC9590 Devices
    9/20/2017

    GTS’ HMC9500-Li is a rechargeable battery for Motorola/Zebra MC9500/MC9590 mobile computers.

  3. The Gift Of Wow: Preparing Your Store For The Holiday Season
    9/11/2017

    Being prepared for the holiday rush used to mean stocking shelves and making sure your associates were ready for the long hours. But the digital revolution has changed everything, most importantly, customer expectations. Retailers with a physical store presence should be asking themselves—what am I doing to wow the customer?

  4. Turning Your ERP Inside Out

    8/29/2017

    Unlikely or unforeseen competitors continue to disrupt industries at an exponential pace. The innovation disruptors bring requires a key strategy: put the customer at the center of your business and deliver great experiences to them. Understand how consistent, timely, relevant and personalized experiences are enabled by having the right technology foundation in place.

  5. Streamlining Unified Commerce Complexity
    8/29/2017

    Easy to describe, difficult to execute. Achieving a unified commerce platform requires a fundamental shift away from inward-looking systems and focuses instead, omnichannel commerce requires retailers to be outward looking, to focus on customer needs, wants and behaviors. Explore how consolidating multiple systems through a cloud-based commerce platform provides a seamless experience for both you, and your customer.

  6. 3 Critical Components To Achieving The Perfect Order
    8/29/2017

    All businesses aspire to provide the ultimate omnichannel customer experience. Aspiring is easy, but achieving is difficult, with fulfillment often being the most challenging area to master. Delivering the perfect order requires a delicate balance of inventory visibility, routing logic and strategies for dealing with exceptions. Explore the 3 critical components to delivering the perfect order.

  7. Strategies For Maximizing Mobile Point-Of-Sale Technology
    8/29/2017

    Mobile point-of-sale (mPOS) goes beyond mobile check out. Learn the top five innovative ways to utilize your mobile POS technology to drive customer engagement, increase sales and elevate your brand. 

  8. How To Answer The Call For Experienced-Driven Retail
    8/25/2017

    It seems all retail conversations point to one common theme: Retailers need to transform and adapt to the new consumer-driven way of retail or get left behind. We hear and see this at every industry conference we attend and in every conversation we have with retailers — the need to adopt new technologies and innovate for the sake of attracting and retaining customers is high priority. Rick Amari, Founder, Columbus Consulting

  9. Retail Never Dies: Reflexis Gives You The Gadgets To Save The Day
    7/6/2017

    The James Bond of Retail has always been on Her Majesty’s Retail Service. He is there at the right place and at the right time to ensure that stores run smoothly, associates are well trained, and that customers have a great experience. Today, 007 has a secret weapon at his disposal, designed and developed by Q, the Head of Research & Development, to unleash the power of James and his team.

  10. Shopping Redefined: Complex Technologies And Strategies Produce A Surprisingly Simple Approach
    6/16/2017

    The retail and logistics industries have developed a number of terms to define how consumers purchase products. Single channel, multichannel, and omni-channel are just a few of these buzzwords. While these terms have their place, they can contribute to a disconnect between merchants and their customers.