ERP stands for Enterprise Resource Planning. This is business process management software that makes it possible for an organization to use a system of integrated applications in the management of the business as well as the automation of several back office functions that pertain to technology, human resources and services.
Read the article or watch the video at the end When it comes to the search for a voucher management system, it is paramount that you begin by understanding the two basic types of retail vouchers. This is crucial because understanding what you will be using the vouchers for is […]
A voucher management system can be a stand-alone system that is designed to manage the end-to-end lifecycle of vouchers. It manages vouchers from the time of creation to redemption. Having an effective voucher management system in place guarantees that secure and flexible prepaid service solutions are rendered to consumers.
Retailers use a variety of strategies to increase product sales and footfall into their stores. Physical vouchers offer a great way to pull in more customers. With the ownership of smartphones being on the rise, e-vouchers can now help more than ever before to turn occasional shoppers into loyal consumers. […]
ERP is the acronym for Enterprise Resource Planning. An ERP system is an all-purpose software with modules that manage the core functions of a business. It eliminates the need for integrating various types of systems in every department and basically automates the many back office functions that are related to […]
A voucher is the bond of redeemable transaction type which is worth a definite monetary value which can be spent for a specific reason or on specific goods. Common vouchers include food, travel and housing vouchers. Thanks to modern technology, there is an e-voucher. This is a voucher like any […]
A Retailers Guide to Today’s Shopping Trends and How to Target Multi-Channel Consumers. Retailers and marketers across industries are well aware that consumers today are in charge. They use multiple devices, numerous channels, and are always connected.
Retailers continue to rely on paid search and email marketing channels, but mobile marketing and social media are continuing to increase in popularity as a way for businesses to grow their customer acquisition, according to a new study.
Facebook has been trying to help boost retailers’ online sales for years. But online remains the future of retail, and brick-and-mortar still the present, with in-store sales accounting for 92.5 percent of total US retail sales in the second quarter of 2016. So the social network has been putting a […]
With the proliferation of smartphones among consumers, retailers have an opportunity to reach customers in thoughtful and engaging ways that could help influence the decision-making process when it comes to making a purchase.