Specialty retailers compete in a market where consumers expect deeper selections, more compelling store environments, and expert service, and where the competition includes online retailers, department stores with exclusive brands, mass merchants, and discount stores. Consumer spending can be volatile, and the economic outlook remains unclear. So, how can specialty retailers respond? You can create a shopping experience that redefines selection, style, and service. You can turn your employees into instant experts on any product. You can insist on higher uptime. And, you can take an integrated approach to technology—choosing solutions that link every store to the enterprise, and can grow and change with your business.
Food service and hospitality retailers compete in a complex marketplace populated with local favorites, regional and national chains, upscale locations, and trendy new competitors. Customers expect an enjoyable experience, flawless service, and exceptional value for their money, every time they visit. So, how can you set yourself apart? You create dining and hospitality environments that surpass expectations for quality, style, and service. You help your workforce make customers happy. You set a higher standard for uptime. And, you take an integrated approach to technology—linking each establishment with the enterprise.
Today’s grocery retailers face an increasingly hostile marketplace, where shoppers demand lower prices, faster checkout, and expert service. Web orders and loyalty programs are baseline expectations, mass merchandisers and convenience stores threaten your market share, and the economic outlook remains uncertain. So, how can grocery retailers respond? You can upgrade your store. You can help your workforce deliver flawless service. You can insist on higher uptime. And, you can take an integrated approach to technology—choosing solutions that link each store to the enterprise, and provide the modularity and scalability to grow with your business and protect your investment.