With limited resources, no labor management team can personally visit every store. How can you easily determine how well your labor model is working across the chain or identify any stores with significant operational issues? An earned hours program is the right place to start.
Grocery retailers must protect against foodborne illness, but few food safety solutions provide the long-term flexibility to continuously drive risk out of their fresh and prepared foods business. What capabilities are critical?
Store recovery can account for as much as 40 percent of sales floor labor. While there’s no avoiding it, there are strategies that retailers can put into practice to reduce labor spend and keep a better-looking sales floor presentation.
In 2016, Deloitte found digital interactions impacted 56 cents of every dollars spent in brick-and-mortar stores. Today’s digital natives are frequenting stores to purchase but with different expectations. What does that mean for retailers today?
Frictionless retail is taking the United Kingdom and global market by storm. It is an effective method for creating great in-store customer shopping experiences that include consumer personalization.
Brick-and-mortar retailers on the UK’s high street are suffering. Like a ghost town, thousands of physical locations have been left barren. However, with the right set of adaptations, stores are not doomed in the UK or abroad. Here’s why.
Store specification through clustering is key in creating optimal service strategies across varying demographic populations. Check out today’s blog post to learn how YouTube sensation Dude Perfect can teach us how to do clustering well.
Brand differentiation for brick-and-mortar retailing is transforming. Historically, retailers piecemealed a variation of price, service, assortment and aesthetics to stand out. However, thriving retailers must capitalize on all these things. But how?
Today, Logile analyzes YouTube sensation Dude Perfect. Their grocery store stereotype video offers anecdotes around optimal queue management, technological solutions, solution support, queue mathematics and store planning.
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.