Hygienic POS systems and limiting shared touchpoints will be paramount wherever we go now.
A better approach is to use a single app that has the ability to ring up sales and that also supports important clienteling and endless aisle functions.
NetSuite and SuitePOS provide a full retail management solution for retailers to run their entire business on one platform.
In a world of "latest and greatest" technology, how do you know when it's time to make an upgrade?
Built for anything - SuitePOS, an Apple-based POS built on the Salesforce platform, can help in-store retailers on SAP Business One (B1) simplify their operations and increase revenue.
Social media is proving to be one of the best modern advertising platforms for retailers. Instagram can help retailers reach their sales goals, connect with customers, and build brand loyalty.
Selecting a point of sale system for your retail business may seem like an easy task, but it is important to pick a solution that is the right fit for you. Make sure your POS has these 10 must-have features.
Spring cleaning isn't just for the home. Spruce up your retail store for the spring season with our 5-step spring cleaning checklist!
Retailers all tend to share the common goal of getting customers into their store, but how do they get those customers to come back? Check out these six tips for building customer loyalty.
You may be wondering what the difference is between a point of sale system and a retail management suite. We're here to tell you and help you decide which solution is best for your retail business.
The retail industry is rapidly evolving and while some retailers are struggling to keep up, others are thriving. Check out these six fast-growing retailers and find out what you can learn from them to create a more sustainable retail business.
One of the most important jobs of the modern brick and mortar retailer is to provide an excellent shopping experience for the customer. Competing with advanced retail technology can be tough, but we've outlined six practical ways for the common retailer to improve the customer experience. Learn more.
The "Retail Apocalypse" is a term that many retailers have come to fear. While store closures dominate headlines, specialty and SMB retailers continue to thrive and grow. Find out what the "retail apocalypse" really means for retailers.
Facebook is commonly known as a social media platform that allows people to stay in touch with friends and family. For retailers, it is the ultimate marketing tool for getting your business discovered and engaging with customers. Learn more!
Are you a seasonal retailer who is looking for a way to bring in some extra cash during the off-season? Check out our 'survival guide' for seasonal retailers for tips on how to make the most of your down time.
What are consumers expecting in today's day and age when it comes to retail and how has the retail market changed? Well, the short answer to both of these is: "a lot"! Here's a look at the top 10 retail trends in today's retail market.
2017 was a big year for lots of things, especially retail. Here’s a quick look at 5 of the stories that made the top of the list.
ERP & POS: here's the difference between the these two systems and why they are better together.
Everyone wants to lower costs and increase sales, but sometimes we try too hard. New initiatives and ideas can result in over-engineering, high expenses, and rules that hurts sales, rather than boost them.
Most store staff keep quiet and do the best they can. No one wants to be the whiner. Management will fire them before they get rid of the POS. What the retailer doesn't realize is that the POS is literally costing them MILLIONS.
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.
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.