It’s easy to make the mistake of correlating small business and consumer products like Google Wifi with the notion that they can’t work for big businesses and serious environments.
Influencer campaigns work and is one of the fastest growing areas of marketing and a hot trend in 2017.
Your shoppers are unique, curious and crafty human beings capable of greatness while doing it in style. Your retail wares and store culture should help them with this mission. Don't be assimilated by your POS.
There are a few popular apps that appeal to retailers running on Salesforce. All of them can be integrated with SuitePOS and many other solutions by Salesforce and their AppExchange partners.
Here are a few popular SuiteApps that work well for retailers running on NetSuite. All of them are compatible with SuitePOS and many other NetSuite native apps.
Shoppers go to the store to try on, feel, touch. I promise you, we are at least 25 years away from Debbie being able to virtually touch the rough textured fabric and see the light bounce off of the blue leather from its confines of the warehouse.
Money conscious retailers batched cards up and processed them with a single call at the end of the day. Credit card fraudsters realized the lack of ‘real time’ verification, manufactured fake cards, and went on a spending spree at the retailer’s expense.
No amount of over-engineered omnichannel features will make up for a slow (or unavailable!) web-based POS experience in the store.
Our Gift Card Module directly leverages NetSuite’s Gift Certificate engine. This assures proper accounting is enforced and provides a single system of truth and simplified processes for these types of transactions.
Many retailers try to cut out third party service costs, like mission-critical payment processing, in order to shave every last cent off of their cost of sales.
We are in the business of enabling ERP solutions, such as NetSuite, become fully fledged retail suites.
Competition from Amazon and large retailers, such as Walmart, has grown to dangerous levels. This means smaller retailers must adapt or die. There is no other way of putting it.