by Dr Will @ Iconic

Are You Ready for Chip and PIN?

Posted by Will Bralick on Jul 13, 2015 5:47:50 PM

Speaking of risk management ...

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Topics: business technology, security, point of sale

Managing Data with an Integrated Business Solution

Posted by Brock Broussard on Apr 9, 2014 3:50:49 PM

If your business's processes cover everything from maintaining data consistency to creating and keeping sales reports, you know how challenging data management can be. An integrated business solution can streamline operations across departments, but this kind of system may sound too complicated to deal with on a daily basis, especially in a fast-paced retail environment. New data integration technology can manage some processes automatically, making these systems simpler and more user-friendly -- not to mention profitable in the long run.

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Topics: bottleneck, country club, CRM, mobile POS, Inventory, Retail, POS, customer, big data, technology, High Technology, Advice, point of sale

3 Ways to Stay Current without Getting Pulled Under

Posted by Brock Broussard on Jan 22, 2014 7:00:33 PM

Are you enjoying some success attracting customers to your establishment? Good. You’ll need these cost-effective tips to succeed even more in a world of fast-evolving technology.

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Topics: bottleneck, Retail, POS, Service, waste, customer, technology, High Technology, Advice, point of sale

Mobile POS and Security: Retail

Posted by Amos Hunt on Jan 20, 2014 6:06:54 AM

A lot of the reaction to the Target security breach has fixated on the backwardness of the physical data storage of American credit cards. The story goes that if only banks would hurry up and get us onto the "Chip and PIN" Europay MasterCard Visa card, we'd all be safer from breaches like this. Chip and PIN cards have some security advantages over the magnetic strip, but it's not likely it would have made much difference in this case.

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Topics: security, Technical, POS, Advice, mobile, point of sale

Break Free of Bottlenecks

Posted by Amos Hunt on Sep 5, 2013 7:00:12 AM

Unlike an auto manufacturer’s standing inventory of parts, the customers in a retail operation interact with the process even when nothing is happening. You can’t look at them like stock parts, not because it’s objectively wrong to count heads, but just because they won’t stand for it. Especially when it comes to waiting. As we discussed last week, customers flowing through a bottleneck don't just wait passively. For a retailer, an overwhelmed bottleneck is not just a cap on the overall flow rate; it can actually reduce demand.

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Topics: bottleneck, customers, processes, queues, cash register, Retail, shopping, demand, customer, Process, mobile, point of sale

Databases

Posted by Melissa Drake on Dec 10, 2012 5:51:28 AM

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:

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Topics: customers, Technical, market, Tech Tuesday, mobile, databases, point of sale

The First Cash Register

Posted by Melissa Drake on Nov 30, 2012 5:07:34 AM

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.

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Topics: cash register, Retail, history, sales, mobile, point of sale

Iconic BMS is dedicated to helping you make your brewery Iconic ... by providing the techniques and technology to improve your operational excellence.

Your brewery is focused, as it should be, on your beer and your customers.  The "business of the brewery" is that set of activities common to all businesses that make your organization effective and efficient.  Improvements in the "business of the brewery" help you improve by freeing resources to focus on what is most important - the Customer ... and the beer!

This blog will cover more than just techniques and technology, though.  Included will be all manner of information that takes a brewery from fantastic to Iconic.

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