Entries by Alert Tech Staff

“Fashion Is Your Business” Podcast Featuring Stuart Silverman, Co-Hosted by Alert Tech

Earlier this year at NRF Retail’s Big Show we co-hosted a podcast for “Fashion is Your Business”. Brian Laney (VP of Sales at Alert Tech) and Stuart Silverman (founder and CEO of RaterBee) discuss how to provide improved customer service through innovative customer feedback. They also address some of the obstacles surrounding the collection and […]

Just How Important is Human Touch in the Shopping Journey

A new survey released by Mindtree challenges the idea that most shoppers do not like to be disturbed by sales associates, and highlights the power of human touch to boost sales (view the full infographic here). With the growing importance of eCommerce, it’s easy to lose sight of the one thing every sale has in common: people. And […]

Just How Important is Human Touch in the Shopping Journey

A new survey released by Mindtree challenges the idea that most shoppers do not like to be disturbed by sales associates, and reveals the highly positive influence sales associates have on shopper purchases. Liked this Infographic? Click Below to Share It Positive shopper interaction leads to 43% higher purchases & 81% higher avg transaction value Click To Tweet   Want to Learn How […]

How to Improve Retail Performance with Powerful Data

Quick question – what’s the difference between your high-volume and low-volume stores? If you can’t come up with a quick answer, you’re not alone. Granted, there are a lot of differences between stores that make it hard to quickly compare performance. Some stores are newer and others due for upgrades. And some are in locations with higher traffic […]

How Many Stores Do You Use for a Pilot Project?

As we begin discussing an Alert Tech pilot project, one of the questions we’re frequently asked is, “How many stores do you use for a pilot project?” We don’t have a fixed number, because there is a different answer for each retailer, and that’s something we work though with you. This post will help begin that conversation.