"What's My Banana?" Applying the Banana Trick to Other Industries
- Rebecca Bouchard
With today’s ever-increasing landscape of automated processes that are being deployed throughout the retail, grocery, restaurant, and convenience industries, many brands have shifted away from traditional cashier-run till lines in favor of self-checkout stations. With almost 90% of American ...
How to Survive the Retail Labor Shortage
- Amanda Brown
Retailers are facing more labor and stock challenges than ever. As stores continue to monitor the supply chain to keep store shelves full, they must be creative about attracting, retaining, and making the most of their current employees.
Agilence Poised for Next Stage of Growth - A Letter from CEO Russ ...
- Russ Hawkins
To our valued customers, I’m pleased to share that as of Wednesday, October 27, Agilence, Inc. has a new majority shareholder, Cuadrilla Capital. Cuadrilla Capital is a California-based private equity firm focused on investing in and enabling promising Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) companies like ...
Using Market Basket Analysis to Capitalize on Customer Purchasing ...
- Keneavy Krenzin
What’s in your basket? That is what retailers want to know. Ever wonder why retailers offer BOGO sales? It’s the same reason why they merchandise the small bag of potato chips in the deli section. And why they ask if you want to buy a related item before you finish your online purchase. Market ...
Why Loss Prevention Leaders Must Become Analytics Evangelists
- Brian Brinkmann
As retailers bounce back from the pandemic, they’re simultaneously finding innovative ways to serve customers while controlling loss in an increasingly complex and fast-paced, omnichannel landscape. The expansion in customer channels is also exposing companies to new, and potentially more ...
How can Leaders Really Measure the Impact of Loss Prevention Efforts?
- Catherine Penizotto
In LPM’s recent survey, Evolving Perception of Value within Loss Prevention Departments, diverse opinions indicate the perception of LP is caught somewhere between the past and the future. Some organizations still see LP as a “bad guy catcher,” while others perceive LP as a true operational partner ...