What can be done to increase the business potential of each person entering a store? How to make efficient use of the huge amount of data available and vast know-how, achieving a 30% rise in sales in just a few months? Contact us or read on.
Just 3 ways to increase sales
Optimising for just three parameters can dramatically increase sales.
- Raise conversion ratio
- Raise the average transaction value
- Raise the average number of items per transaction
- Continue the improvement over time
How to Achieve these Retail Excellence Aims
Combine smart retail technology and expertise in retail management with the five stages model.
During setup you can watch the video remotely and see exactly what the system is counting thus verifying the number of passengers counted. Once set up, the counts alone are sent over the network to save bandwidth. Counts can also be stored locally.
- Data Collection
- Planning retail adjustments - adjusting a customised tool box
- Back to Data Collection to monitor, measure and make more improvements to the key performance indicators
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The Retail Toolbox
There are various retail analytics tools which can be used to increase sales and optimise the retail process. These include…
Tool: Queue Monitoring
Nobody likes queuing. Too long a queue annoys customers, drives them away and makes it less likely that they will return another day. Measuring queues - knowing exactly how many people are in the queue at the moment, the average queuing time, how many people leave the queue before reaching the front and so on - allows retailers take steps to remedy any problems found. The tool can also predict when queues are likely to form and enable retailers to take pre-emptive action.
Tool: Average shopping or dwell time
The average shopping time reflects the overall level of service in the store. The better the service, the longer people stay and the more likely they are to make a purchase. Measuring and improving average shopping time results in an increase in:
- The number of people buying something
- The number of items they buy
- The amount of money that they spend
Tool: Conversion Rate
Integrating people counts with the point-of-sale system allows staff to see the current conversion rate of the store - down to 5 minute intervals. They can immediately take action to improve performance.