The National Retail Federation predicts that sales in November and December of 2015 will total around $630.5 billion.
When companies think of the holiday season, they usually think of turning over a lot of new merchandise.
The selling process has changed dramatically over the last 20 or so years. Handshakes and signatures have turned into mouse clicks and keyboard strokes.
From decorations and lights to signage and displays, holiday season is just around the corner and retailers need to make sure they prepare their stores for the influx of buyers.
In the digital age, one thing is certain. Consumers crave instant gratification.
As retailers continue to look for new ways to manage inventory, reduce shrink and drive sales revenue, they are starting to take a serious look at RFID technology.
Ever since the 1900’s where local corner stores dominated the retail world, the customer experience has pretty much remained a constant.
‘Will they or won’t they?’ continues to be the big question about Amazon’s plan (or lack thereof) to open a retail store.
Most small business owners start a business out of a passion – maybe they love baking cupcakes or building skateboards.
Many companies view shipping the same way they might look at utilities or phone service: a necessary evil, a cost of doing business.