Bruce’s Foodland Stores Making Its Way in the World Today, with LOC Software’s Store Management Suite
For those of us old enough to remember the opening theme song from 1982’s classic American sitcom, maybe the place that knows your name isn’t a New England bar after all. Perhaps the famous lyric more aptly applies to a grocery chain in northeastern Alabama. For over...
Kathy Grannis www.nrf.com/consumertrends Washington, March 20, 2012 It seems even high prices at the pump can’t keep the Easter Bunny away this year. According to NRF’s Easter spending survey, conducted by BIGinsight, Americans will shell out an average of $145.28 on...
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– Improve accuracy, efficiency and inventory control!
One thing all business owners have in common is the need for some type of cash management system to process sales. The typical cash management system has a life span of between 10-15 years with upgrades every 5-7 years. Due to the many years of service a business owner can expect from their system, it is important to choose the best option now and for the future. But what should you choose a cash register system or a point of sale (POS) system?
POS systems provide business owners with many features and benefits you simply cannot find in a traditional cash register system making POS systems far superior. So let’s take a look at some of the benefits.
According to NRF’s 2012 Valentine’s Day Consumer Intentions and Actions survey, conducted by BIGinsight, the average person celebrating the holiday will shell out $126.03, up 8.5 percent over last year’s $116.21 and the highest in the survey’s 10-year history.
This year, retail industry sales will rise 3.4 percent to $2.53 trillion*, according to the National Retail Federation
Total restaurant industry sales are expected to reach a record high of $632 billion in 2012 – a 3.5 percent increase over 2011, marking the second consecutive year that industry sales have topped $600 billion.
After a season full of peaks and valleys, retailers’ 2011 holiday sales beat expectations, rising 4.1 percent to $471.5 billion
This year we dicussed PCI general info, ways a breach occurs, consequences of a breach, PCI-DSS requirements and rTools remote management suite.