Today’s consumers expect just enough (not too little or too much) from retailers. Brick-and-mortar businesses can find this sweet spot through customer-facing and store planning technology, which collectively produce flow. How does flow work?
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Collaborating is often an unstated expectation, which might be why it happens so little in retail. We see the chance to utilize collaboration for optimization as an opportunity for most retailers.
The cost of creating and maintaining detailed engineered standards need not be a barrier for game-changing labor improvements. With the right system and approach, retailers of all sizes can leverage less detailed incremental standards to achieve significant benefits with modest resources.
When people ask me what I do for a living, my response is that I work in the workforce management software industry, generating store-level forecasts and schedules for enterprise retailers. After the usual blank stares, I try to explain…
Retailers know food safety is imperative for customer wellness and organizational endurance, but how does one adhere to bylaws and thrive economically? We review food safety best practices (i.e., HACCP) along with the tools to cut costs over time.
There is an overlap between retail planning and execution. Within workforce management, chaos ensues without standardized, uniform and efficient task communication and feedback. Who should oversee this process, and with what results?
Information technology upgrades can be costly and deprioritized for retailers. In doing so, many forego financial fruit in areas like forecasting. Discover several reasons to reconsider postponing your next IT expenditure!
What we know about Gen Z is they’re technologically immersed and they desire autonomy. What does that mean for retailers? We describe how one IT solution offers Gen Z what they want while financially benefiting stores.
Scheduling effectiveness is an effort retailers take to maximize their schedules’ potential over time. Each retailer can do this differently. Consider these four metrics when building a scheduling effectiveness tool.
Welcome to a follow-up blog post on how to leverage an earned hours model to improve store performance. Today we’ll focus on how to address the gap between what a store is earning and its actual performance.