Salonist Spa and Salon Management Platform: Appointments, Inventory, Marketing, Payroll, and More

Salonist is a salon software that helps spa and salons manage payroll, billing, engaging your clients, and execute marketing strategies. Features include: Appointment Setting for Spas and Salons Online Booking – Using the smart Salonist Online booking software, your customers can schedule, reschedule, or cancel appointments anywhere they are. We have both website and app capabilities that can be integrated with Facebook and Instagram social media handles. With this, the overall booking process is completely

KWI: Unified CRM, POS, Ecommerce and Merchandising for Specialty Retailers

The KWI Unified Commerce Platform is a cloud-based, end-to-end solution for specialty retailers. KWI’s solution, which includes POS, Merchandising, and eCommerce are powered from a single database, providing retailers with a completely seamless, omni-channel experience. KWI Unified Commerce Platform Customer Relationship Management (CRM) – collect data in near real-time, so all your channels have up-to-date information. Sales associates can see VIP status, special events such as birthdays, anniversaries and other triggers, highlighted at POS to

Key Considerations When Selecting a Point of Sales (POS) Systems

Point of sale (POS) solutions were once relatively simple, but there are now a wide range of options, each offering unique features. A robust point of sale service can make your company significantly more efficient and have a positive effect on the bottom line. What is a POS? A Point of Sale system is a combination of hardware and software that enables a merchant to sell and collect payments for on location sales. Modern POS

Enterprises using Social Media To Predict Demand: PepsiCo

Consumer demand today changes faster than ever before. As a result, new product launches are failing at extremely high rates. After all, accurately assessing the market and predicting demand requires terabytes of data, which ranges from point-of-sale numbers, e-commerce transactions, out-of-stock histories, pricing averages, promotional planning, special events, weather patterns, and a many other factors. To add to that, most enterprises continue to ignore the significance of applying online consumer dialogue to predict future purchasing

Index Quick Chip: A Faster, Better EMV Experience

This afternoon, I visited my daughter at her office (how cool a Dad am I?). I stopped at the store across the street, The Fresh Market and picked up a nice flower arrangement for her desk and some treats for the staff there. When I checked out, I was blown away… I inserted my EMV credit card and it worked almost instantaneously. It was the fastest I’ve ever seen a checkout work with a chip-enabled

Ecrebo: Personalizing Your POS Experience

Advancements in technology are offering incredible opportunities for companies to improve the customer experience. Personalization isn’t just profitable for businesses, it’s appreciated by consumers. We want the businesses that we frequent to recognize who we are, reward us for our patronage, and make recommendations to us when the buying journey is underway. One such opportunity is being called POS Marketing. POS stands for Point of Sale, and it’s the equipment that retail outlets utilize to

The Benefits of Using Tablet Point of Sales Systems In-Store

When retail outlets think about a point of sale tablet, they may simply be thinking of a replacement for the clunky, massive, old POS that they purchased a decade ago. It’s important to keep in mind that a POS tablet doesn’t simply solve the problem of hardware costs, it’s also a versatile tool that can improve the shopping experience of the customer. The mobile point of sales hardware and software industry projected size was $2

Shopify Point of Sales for In-Store Sales

You know you work in a rough industry when your systems are becoming obsolete due to the online industry working backwards. This is the Point of Sales industry. When I worked in retail technology a few years back, the POS companies were pretty much thugs. We wanted to work with them and integrate with them, but they saw us as a threat and blocked us out. Most of it was probably because their technology was