Posts Tagged ‘retail’

May 21, 2019

Is digitizing stores a priority?

In an age where online purchases are becoming more and more important, it is necessary to keep in mind the needs of the consumer, especially since they are no longer obliged to enter a store when they have to buy something…

May 16, 2019

Retail dwell time it’s the secret to increase sales

The average dwell time is the time a visitor spends in the store, perhaps looking at a display or at products in a specific area.
This is an essential performance indicator for every retailer: it could help analyze the behavior of our customers during their purchases and can help increase average spending…

May 15, 2019

How to calculate the efficiency of your store?

Have you ever wondered if you’re using the right strategies to improve your store’s results and profitability? If so, it means that you know the importance of data analysis.
Having doubts is totally justified, especially if you do not have a tool to really quantify the benefits brought by the strategies applied in the store…

May 7, 2019

Omnichannel: the real challenge for retailers

Many physical retailers drive their online channels and invest in developing a connection between their physical and digital stores, while many online pure players enter the world of physical stores to get closer to their customers…

May 2, 2019

How to do a store audit?

In retail, auditing a store is an essential action for the proper functioning and organization of the business.
Performing an audit is the only way to check a store and have maximum control over one or more point of sales…

April 17, 2019

How to analyze a store?

In an age where technology is leading and where the internet competes with physical commerce at every level, retailers must reinvent themselves if they don’t want to die.
The online world has led us to define new formats, create new experiences for the customer and invent new technologies to generate new metrics, new KPIs…

April 11, 2019

Main goals for a physical store

When we evaluate the management of stores, we often talk about five KPIs or key performance indicators: the total value of sales per hour, the average value of sales per customer (or the average ticket amount), the number of products per ticket, number of sales per seller and number of sales per square meter…