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We complete our specialty retail blog series by reiterating its most important points. Special retailers have unique challenges, but they can benefit from a full store planning approach via the right mentality, tools and partnership.
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Until recently, job-based scheduling was normal in specialty retail. However, Dr. Zeynep Ton of MIT delineates this practice leads to the vicious instead of virtuous retail cycle. To become virtuous, Ton recommends task-based planning; we agree.
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Dallas, TX – March 12, 2019 – Logile, Inc., the leading retail workforce management and store operations technology provider, today announced that industry veteran Daniel Clark will join the company as senior vice president of global sales. This appointment aligns with Logile’s ongoing growth...
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Specialty retailers contend with hidden traffic making it difficult to measure workload. Three options come to mind to overcome this struggle. Specialty operators must measure the data accurately to optimize the store planning continuum.