Lead your retail business into the era of unified commerce. Omnichannel opens up growth opportunities, but also presents new organizational challenges. Modernizing and unifying your operations can maximize your profit margins and ensure you never miss a sale.
Are you capturing the entire shopping potential of your customers?
Omnichannel commerce is where sales channels and customer touchpoints intersect. It requires you to transform your business inside and out to avoid operating in silos. To succeed and never miss a sales opportunity, a new trajectory is needed, where offline and online sales converge; inventory management is unified; the store is digitized, and its role evolves through new technology.
The digitalization of services and growth of mobile usage have disrupted the retail industry. Today's customers are ultra-connected, better informed and more discerning than ever. Beyond comparing products and price, they are looking for unique, personalized shopping experiences tailored to their needs. Over the last few years, it's become imperative for brands to evolve and adopt new communication avenues to offer a cohesive omnichannel shopping journey that addresses changing consumer habits while reducing any friction points preventing a seamless shopping experience.
This is the new status quo, which comes with issues and challenges familiar to experienced senior managers. Namely, how do you transform your strategy and operations to deliver omnichannel shopping journeys as well as become more agile and competitive? How do you reinvent the in-store experience to offer better service, and capture all the buying potential of your customers? How do you give your teams more autonomy through open information systems and innovative point-of-sale technology? The store of tomorrow will be a full-service, interconnected and intelligent hub. This transformation is already happening and it's vital not to fall behind in a rapidly changing world. Following the path of unified commerce today is the key to maximizing your turnover tomorrow. There's no better way to scale up as you grow locally and internationally, build brand loyalty, and never miss a sale!
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“Shopping” is the in-store, unified commerce point of sale (POS) solution for sales associates. Available on both fixed and mobile POS devices, your team will now be able to respond to all your customers’ needs throughout their omnichannel journey.
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