60% of worldwide businesses are unprepared for the GDPR deadline of 25th May 2018, according to research. Here we look at the questions asked by retailers and charity retailers about how they can comply before the deadline.
Here at RBTE 2018 Cate Trotter of Insider Trends took to the stage and shared some incredibly innovative examples of in-store tech. The future of tech in-store is actually less techy than you may think…
Cloud technology is at the heart of streamlining multi-channel retail for franchised stores and concessions. Here are 7 benefits to using cloud technology for retailers looking to extend their omni-channel approach.
Is 2018 the year to review your retail system? If you’re thinking about investing in a new or updated EPoS retail system, consider offering a loyalty program function that integrates into the back-end system, giving you the opportunity to be innovative with your promotional strategy, and keeping your customers engaged and interested.
Investing in Mobile PoS terminals provides retailers with the ability to offer a wide range of payment options in store, pop-ups and at events, whilst extending choice and delivering a tangible brand experience that is vital to the customer journey.
GDPR is fast approaching and retailers must ensure they are compliant by the 25th May 2018 deadline. Continuous improvement and innovation is something we strive to do here at Cybertill, which is why we are developing our product and making it easier for customers comply to the new legislation.
How can jewellery retail businesses follow in the footsteps of F.Hinds Jewellers and enhance customer experiences through the use of in-store technology – 8 benefits of Cloud EPoS for jewellery retail
As a retailer you need to take time to decide if you want to improve your delivery and collection service and more importantly, if your current retail system can cope with the improvements. Read the new blog from Cybertill with 7 benefits to improving your collection and delivery service.
Infographic: What retailers can expect from Christmas 2017
Over 70% of retailers are expecting Christmas 2017 sales to be as good as or an improvement on 2016, so what can retailers expect from the festive shopping period?
How can you enhance customer experience? Retail is much more than selling a product in a shop. In 2017 we have seen the rise of the customer experience and UK retailers are battling it out to be at the forefront of the trend. Consumers expect more choice and convenience along their shopping journey whether in store, online or at festivals and events; a shop layout, staff, online presence and personalisation can always improve a customer’s perception of your brand.
Was Black Friday 2017 worth the hype? Early results are in and it looks like online retail out performed in store shopping, but what can UK retailers do to prepare for the Christmas period and future sales events?
5 key questions retailers should ask when reviewing their stock management and inventory needs that their current retail software system provides.
Are UK retailers looking forward to Black Friday 2017? A concept that is still relatively new to the UK, retailers have begun to realise that the last weekend in November has the potential to draw in vast numbers of consumers online and in store. What does Black Friday in the UK mean to UK retailers?
In this world of social media and celebrity influence, Millennials are more reluctant to save their money, opting to spend on experiences and high impact low-cost fashion, becoming the drivers for the internet shopping boom.
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