Analyst at Software Advice
Michael writes on various ERP topics, with particular interests in supply chain management and retail technologies. In his free time he enjoys the food and live music scenes in Austin, Texas. Michael is a recent graduate of the University of Texas with a BS in Psychology.
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I reached out to six retail experts for their thoughts on what retailers must do to be successful as the market changes and adapts to the modern shopper. Even if we don’t know for certain how the retail market will change, there are five strategies we feel most retailers must pursue to be successful through 2025.
Over the past two months, we’ve surveyed maintenance professionals to identify how the industry uses software to get organized, improve efficiencies and tackle other industry challenges. Our report finds that professionals who use best-of-breed CMMS software report their systems best fit their needs.
Mobile point of sale (POS) technology has changed how consumers pay for goods and services. We want to know: how have tablet and smartphone-based systems such as Square and Intuit GoPayment changed how you do business? Do you use a mobile device to collect payments from customers? We’d like to know your thoughts.
In a survey conducted by Intermec at the end of last year, it was reported that mid-sized warehouses lose approximately 3,000 hours a year due to workforce inefficiencies. In this article, I cover five strategies to help eliminate common issues that lead to reduced efficiency within the warehouse workforce.
Is Microsoft positioning Excel to be a more significant player in the BI applications space? Or, are these new BI features just a natural evolution of the product? To discuss this, I caught up with Rob Collie, CTO of Pivotstream, a provider of cloud-based PowerPivot and Excel services.