ready2order is a mobile and cross-platform point-of-sale system that can be used on every smartphone, tablet or computer. A secure cloud-based solution offers business owners to manage their businesses independent of time and place. In addition, ready2order offers restaurant visitors to order and pay directly from their own smartphones (beta).
Tebo Design and Fixture is the largest stocking distributor of store fixtures and store displays in the Rocky Mountain Region. We are a 40+ year old Store Fixture expert and pride ourselves on our customer service. Our professional and knowledgeable sales staff are here to help you find or buy the products you need, and can provide their expertise in creating a full solution for your retail store. Your merchandise presentation should be straight forward yet compelling, and most importantly, it should drive sales.
Tebo offers display and merchandising techniques solely aimed at improving the bottom line for clients. Our team members have years of experience to better assist with your needs. If you need a price on store displays, want a custom display solution or have a special need, Tebo Design and Fixtures can help.
Today, the amount of data available is simply staggering. JOH's Category Management Department is exceptional at sifting through the endless mounds of data. Armed with IRI, Nielsen and a variety of other information sources, our Category Management team uncovers trends and insights that not only drive incremental business but also makes JOH a valued resource to customers in all trade classes.
Data Analysis on all CPG categories/scannable UPCs
Account specific data (across 35 retailers)
Out-of-Stock Prevention Projections
Planogram Analysis and Recommendations
Consumer Insights and Behavior
Space Management Analysis
Post Promotion Analysis
Ad Tracking Software
JOH associates located inside customers' headquarters
SBPI is a producer of high quality graphics and POP signage.
We offer complete program development from design to printing to store kitting and drop shipment, whether it be a multi-piece promotion or the elements of interior store graphics.
We are a full-service large-format printer whose services include: design, prototyping, data management, production, hardware sourcing, distribution and inventory fulfillment.
SBPI can produce all of your graphics: window graphics, backlit graphics, floor graphics, custom wallpaper & wall murals, softer look fabric banners, dimensional lettering / graphic lugs, multi-piece promotions.
SHOPPER MARKETING RESEARCH SHOWS THAT 68% OF ALL BUYING DECISIONS ARE IMPULSE PURCHASES.
Take advantage of impulse buying decisions with an eye catching display. Let Excel integrate your brand into a Point-of-Purchase Display sure to bring attention to your product.
A standard solution for the management of all store peripherals is available with Store Device Control. The solution functions as a single interface between the ERP system and stores. It ensures that all connected subsystems are automatically supplied with the correct data (such as prices and promotions) at the right time.
To find an item fast when it's needed, you have to know where it is. CipherLab wireless LAN-enabled mobile computers with wireless networks help you not only accelerate put away, but find it later. As barcodes on goods are scanned for put away, the inventory system indicates where they need to go and displays the location on the mobile computer screen. When you get there, scanning the shelf location makes it easy to confirm it's in the right place so you can find it when it's needed.
Myriad interrelated interactions form the core of your business – supplier agreements, purchase orders, manufacturer givebacks, advertising support, merchandise returns and promotion timing. Connolly carefully scrutinizes every aspect of these complex data streams, employing innovative best practices developed over decades of experience with the retail industry. We examine every bit of data to uncover patterns and incongruities – the subtle links of cause and effect that ripple throughout your operations.
HJ Martin & Son specializes in high-volume rollouts and special projects, helping to open thousands of retail stores across the country. With 600-plus employees and licensed in all 50 states and Puerto Rico, our teams are there at a moment's notice to coordinate strict timelines, critical deadlines, and ensure quality execution.
We have the capacity to coordinate deliveries to hundreds of locations and aid in on-time product transportation with more than 400 vehicles. This, along with the manpower to complete all installations in a tightly coordinated timeframe, allows us the opportunity to work with some of the nation's leading retailers like Target and JCPenney.
We ensure schedules and phases are met and will help work with our retail partners to determine an aggressive timeline and project milestones - whether it includes 40+ stores in a few months or completing 600+ stores in weeks. No other company can get in and out of a 687-store rollout in 4 weeks, ensuring each store is launched at the same time according to launch date, no matter its location. We help arrange teams and check in daily with store managers to coordinate deliveries and staging areas throughout our nationwide warehousing and distribution operations. Everything happens rapidly - and we're ready to handle it. HJ Martin's national resources mean qualified, consistent teams, cohesive schedules, and coordination of projects so everything is completed together, and fast.
Gary Hawkins, CEO, Center for Advancing Retail and Technology
Data has long powered modern retail, helping Walmart become a master of supply chain logistics and fueling Kroger’s customer-centric strategy. Artificial intelligence and the cloud are fueling explosive growth in retail big data - and transforming customer marketing. And as the retail industry moves online and customer digital engagement is the battlefield, the quality and quantity of data will determine the winners and losers.
This new world requires - more than ever - data discipline. And this is an area that is particularly challenging to smaller retailers and even some regional chains. Data discipline will make or break retail success from this day onward. Here are just a few examples of issues I’ve encountered in talking with retailers:
One retailer still had super abbreviated product descriptions that were used years ago with the old (much narrower) receipts. Product descriptions coming from the retailer’s item file are used to power online shopping - abbreviated descriptions just won’t do it for eCommerce as customers won’t understand what the product is.
Another retailer’s item file lacked any kind of product categorization on nearly 50% of the products carried. Many retailers lack even somewhat accurate product graphics. Retailers with these issues cannot realistically install any kind of marketing personalization capabilities that rely upon product categorization.
And yet another well known regional retailer had many products at store-level that were not represented in item files at the headquarters office; i.e. the merchandisers and buyers at the corporate office did not know what products were in the store. This situation is simply frightening; how can a retailer do effective promotion planning, demand forecasting, let alone any kind of optimization, when HQ doesn’t know what products are in each store?
Data quality issues like these come back to haunt retailers when they look to deploy new capabilities like online shopping, promotion optimization, or marketing personalization - capabilities that are rapidly becoming a cost of entry to compete. And these are issues with what should be basic levels of data required to operate.
Leading retailers are leveraging fast growing data attributes attached to each individual shopper and each product.
Customer identified transaction data is just the beginning as solution providers like Birdzi calculate and maintain hundreds of data attributes for each individual shopper, from brand loyalty scores to discount propensity, and from product purchase frequency to category spending indexes. Add to this third party data from companies like Experian or Acxiom that provide dozens or even hundreds more data points.
Category tags, package sizes, and pricing form the core of product based attributes. Label Insight is using AI and machine learning to deconstruct the handful of nutrition attributes on a package to encompass, dozens, hundreds, and even thousands of additional attributes for any given product. Deep nutritional data attributed to individual products is quickly growing in importance as food is increasingly linked to a shopper’s health condition.
The velocity of data is growing as various solutions use realtime shopper location - both inside and outside the store - to provide contextual information. An understanding of the shopper’s intent is provided by a realtime view to what products have just been added to the shopping list, what digital coupons have been clipped, and what products have been searched for.
Cloud based solutions enable regional and smaller retailers to access cutting edge marketing personalization solutions driven by advanced data science to power relevancy across every digital engagement with each individual shopper. The cloud also brings sophisticated pricing, promotion, and product assortment optimization capabilities to retailers cost effectively. But the efficacy of these solutions is directly dependent on the quality and quantity of data feeding them.
Retailers embarking on data driven strategies would be well served to first assess the quality of their core data (product descriptions, categorization, pricing, product cost, vendor codes, and more). Retailers with loyalty programs should examine how clean and up to date their customer contact data is along with how customer loyalty IDs roll up to households (this area is particularly vexing as retailers often just distribute cards). Building on a now-solid base, consider bringing in third-party data to permit scoring share-of-wallet by customer household in addition to other attributes that can improve targeting and personalization.
More than ever before, retail success is driven by data. For retailers that understand the power of data - and especially customer and product data attributes - marketing nirvana awaits.
Retailers and consumer goods companies are collecting an increasing amount of data, but are encountering significant challenges in using this data to make better merchandising decisions. APT Category Management Insights is a cloud-based software that aggregates data in one central repository and provides automated, analytically robust insights for Category Managers. Instead of spending time manipulating or waiting for data, Category Management Insights leverages advanced algorithms to accurately and rapidly answer the most important business questions for each organization. Further, Category Management Insights never provides just static reports; decision-makers can always dive into each output to gain a more granular view of performance.