Fuelling Omnichannel Growth at Quiz Clothing

A house is only as strong as its foundations – in retail, this means building a rock solid platform that can deliver a connected brand experience across all channels. Dynamic UK fast fashion retail group, Quiz Clothing’s ambitious growth plans were being slowed by difficulties in providing the seamless Omnichannel experience their customers have come to expect.Continue reading

Mobile payments: What’s it all about?

The retail world is changing. Constant innovations in technology are allowing for new and improved ways to make payments and meanwhile, customers’ expectations are higher than ever. They are exchanging loyalty for whichever brand offers them the most convenience, the most relevant promotions and loyalty schemes, and the best overall shopping experience.Continue reading

Retail POS: 4 Features Growing Merchants Need

When it comes to retail POS systems, “basic” doesn’t cut it anymore. Spiraling competition, changing consumer trends and other factors mean that more comprehensive retail POS technology is a better bet for growing merchants. There are four essential features retailers should look for in a retail POS system:

  1. Support for an Omnichannel retail POS model
  2. Support for Mobile POS
  3. Cloud-based Configuration
  4. CRM/Customer Loyalty/Marketing Component

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Reshaping the Retail Supply Chain at Intersport UK

Speed is of the essence in retail – particularly in the fast-paced world of sport. Not only must retailers get products to market quickly, they must respond promptly to customer demand. International sporting goods retailer INTERSPORT knows these pressures first-hand, running a network of more than 5,500 stores across 43 countries. This is particularly evident in the UK and Ireland where its stores are predominantly affiliated retailers of INTERSPORT UK itself a part of the buying group AIS. To create the optimum platform for further expansion, INTERSPORT UK needed to reinvigorate its local IT solution to better connect the store with central operations – and it turned to Cegid.Continue reading