In-store mobility is neither hype nor an insurmountable technology challenge, and in fact, it brings together teams that have traditionally been siloed to help them achieve more together.
It’s no secret that bricks-and-mortar stores are locked in battle with online retailers for the hearts and minds of consumers worldwide. In order to bring consumers back through their doors, physical retailers have had to think outside of the box and rethink their approaches to...
Macy’s and a lucky handful of other retailers have seen rising profits and, more importantly, rising margins in the last two years. The reason? Online sales. These companies are capturing more value from goods sold online, on a per-unit basis, than they are doing with bricks and mortar.
Perry Ellis International was in search of a solution that would not only help improve the customer experience, grow in-store sales and increase brand loyalty, but also provide a 360-degree shopper experience with the opportunity to upsell, creating additional revenues.
Unicomer Group, parent company to 10 brands that specialize in appliances, consumer electronics and furniture, has partnered with Starmount to bring mPOS to hundreds of store locations in Central America, the Caribbean, Ecuador and the U.S.
While most companies focus on establishing the 360-degree view of their customers, Perry Ellis has implemented mobile point of sale technologies that allow the company to bring the 360-degree experience right to their brick-and-mortar patrons.
Mobile devices are slowly but surely replacing the traditional cash desk to provide a more personalized customer service experience, finds Retail Focus.
Perry Ellis is among the latest retailers to implement mPOS in stores. Prior to Black Friday, Perry Ellis adopted iPads featuring Starmount Connect and Engage in 17 top-selling locations. Due to the success of the holiday pilot, Perry Ellis plans to bring m-POS to all 45 locations nationwide by the...
Perry Ellis International has set its sights on providing a higher level of customer service to its consumers. The retailer is rolling out Starmount Connect and Engage chainwide during the first quarter of 2013.
Perry Ellis is rolling out mobile point-of-sale systems to its stores to not only help with long lines, but also become a digital tool for clienteling. The Perry Ellis mobile POS solution is powered by Starmount. Perry Ellis began piloting mobile POS at 17 stores during the holiday season.