Category Archives: Inventory Control

Store Traffic Part 3

The post for today on increasing store traffic is from an article about a way to not only get more customers into your store (as the previous two postings have been), but is literally a way to make customers walk … Continue reading

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A Really Useful Site

Every so often we find something really useful to pass along to you and today’s one of those days.  The site is called "Biz Tool Kit", a service of the James J. Hill Reference Library.  According to their web site, … Continue reading

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Are You a “New Millenium Merchant”?

In previous posts, we’ve mentioned Bob Negen.  Bob and his wife Susan are what you might call retailing "gurus".  They have extensive experience in retailing, both at the chain level and at the "your-own-money-on-the-line", entrepreneurial, retail level.  Many of you … Continue reading

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Point of Sale Systems

Chances are that when you voted yesterday, you might have had your first experience with electronic voting. Touch-screen voting devices are replacing the old punch card system in many areas. The system wasn’t without its problems, but since many of … Continue reading

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