Let’s get phygital … our new report with Planet Retail RNG on the connected store

Posted by Paul Milner on Jun 11, 2018 8:12:00 AM

Yes I know, ‘phygital’ (retail) maybe just a buzzword that’s being trotted out again, but it’s having a renaissance; because the widely anticipated, and seamless merging together of physical and digital retail to better serve the customer, has a way to go. What’s more, I see an inequality in this confluence.

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Topics: electronic shelf labels, ESL, agile pricing, connected store, phygital, retail research

How T-Mobile Manages Store Promos and Pricing

Posted by Paul Milner on Nov 24, 2017 1:03:00 AM

It’s a question common to all retailers running multiple stores: How do we cost-efficiently and accurately change prices and promotions on our shelves?

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Topics: electronic shelf label, agile pricing, t-mobile

Electronic Shelf Labels and Tobacco – Giving Convenience Stores the Edge

Posted by Paul Milner on Jul 18, 2017 6:00:00 AM

We know that tobacco (much like fuel) is historically a driving factor in customer traffic and loyalty for convenience stores. Typically, customers who enter the store for cigarettes are more likely to spend additional dollars on food, snacks and alcohol. But, costs per pack have gone up over the past year, and rebates, inventory management and resource allotment can often seem unsuccessful and result in tight margins.

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Topics: convenience, Inventory Management, esls, tobacco, agile pricing, customer traffic