White Paper: Lascom
Successful retail collaboration between retailers and suppliers can help smooth pressures along the product lifecycle and better manage products and projects in retail. While today’s suppliers and retailers are facing significant but unique challenges, there are common goals that drives retail collaboration – higher sales, increased profitability, and stronger business growth.
This insightful whitepaper scopes the essential of an efficient supplier-retailer relationship, its advantages and how to manage it to improve growth, competitive spirit and boost innovation through retail collaboration.
This whitepaper on Successful Retail Collaboration addresses questions like:
How retail collaboration has become the key to success for retailers and supplier?
What are the major reasons you need to improve supplier collaboration?
What is the role of Request for Proposal Management (RPM) in retail collaboration?
What elements of retail collaboration would consumers find most valuable?
What are the risks due to a complex organization and poor collaboration in retail?
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By: Retailer Web Services
Online reviews are essential for the reputation of local businesses. When a company provides a service or a product, the customer is either satisfied or dissatisfied. In the digital world today, customers often take their experience straight to the web. Online business reviews will no longer be a source of embarrassment or anxiety—they’ll be an incredible asset to your business. With the rise of social media and online reviews, our interactions have been forever magnified and transformed. This whitepaper talks about the importance of online customer reviews and how it helps your clients manage their online reputation and generate reviews to stay ahead of the competition. Key takeaways from this whitepaper: Prominent display of business reviews Odds are stacked against you: Customers with bad experiences are more likely to leave reviews Multiply the effect of good reviews by showcasing and sharing them You’re not safe just because you have no reviews And that’s not all you can gain from bad reviews
Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) is not a new concept, but it has been growing in importance. The theory is that SRM helps enterprises drive value in both recessionary periods – like that of the last few...
What is ERP ?
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is a group of activities that help industries to manage its business. ERP control the flow of information within the organization, so that the enterprise decision can be data driven. The main goal of ERP software is to collect and organize data from various level of organization to provide the management with clear picture of organization data flow.
What is CRM ?
Customer Relationship Management or CRM means managing the relationship with your customer. Now-a-days, it is used to describe IT systems and software designed to help you manage this relationship. CRM enables organizations to better serve their customers through the introduction of reliable processes and procedures for interacting with those customers.
What is Business ?
By definition a business is an organization or economic system with consistent and typical exchange of produced goods and offered services for one another or for money to fulfill human needs. Types of businesses, Non-Profit business: This is a type of business with charitable or educational goal rather than earning money from its services.