More for Less

Margulis, Ron
December 2005
SGB;Dec2005, Vol. 38 Issue 12, p20
Trade Publication
The article encourages sporting goods retailers in the U.S. to get abreast with technology trends in 2006. The first trend for retailers would see a shift away from manual methods of transacting and accounting for sales and products. Another is the integration of systems allowing operators to connect their point-of-system technology to accounting applications. Finally, customer-driven technology would be adopted in an environment where there are fast-moving consumer goods retail channels.


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