Black Friday 2013 has come and gone. The Christian Science Monitor has an interesting article outlining the nitty gritty details of one of 2013's biggest shopping holidays (nightmares?) of the year. We have re-posted it here for your reading enjoyment!
by Dr Will @ Iconic
November is the month of turkey, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie, and - let's not forget - it's one of the busiest shopping months of the year. Here are 13 tech tips for streamlining your holiday shopping this year:
Today's Tech Tuesday post will focus on how retailers can increase sales through inventory control methods. We'll be looking at an article by Rosemary Peavler for some of these methods.
Unearthing the truth about mobile point of sale solutions: by Dale Fowler
Today's post on inventory management is taken from an article posted on Small Business. The article focuses mainly on inventory management for retail clothing stores, but the tips and practices outlined in the article can easily be adapted to any retail environment.
Today's retail sales tips are taken from a Business Training Works article.
A week or so ago I noticed my office desk was sagging...and there wasn't even hardly anything on it... Ah, the wonders of particle-board, I thought. I sighed. Then I smiled - time for a new desk! (Perhaps a real wood one this time.)
Today being a Tech Tuesday, it seemed fitting to talk a bit about something, well, techy - like databases. Today's post and image is re-posted from ProfitNotLoss.net:
Retailers today are moving more and more towards mobile points-of-sale and away from the traditional cash register. For today's post, though, let's take a step back in time to 19th century Ohio, to the time when the first cash register was invented.
Today is Tech Tuesday, and since this is the first Tech Tuesday post after one of the biggest shopping days of the year - Black Friday - I thought it appropriate to talk for a bit about how mobile has changed retail.The Guardian says,