Experiential retail drives revenue and growth. Build it with Retail Pro POS

| January 29, 2018

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For many enterprise retailers, 2017 was a year to rethink their strategy, restructure operations, and reinvest their energies into unifying channels. The goal? Creating integrated, memorable experiences that drive repeat sales.Good products attract customers. Great experiences keep them coming back. And great POS software like Retail Pro gives you robust functionality and flexibility to build out your exact strategy and drive sales.On January 14 – 16, visit our executive team at NRF booth #3375 to see the POS and retail management software that helps you make retail much more than just a transaction – and let’s build retail experiences together.

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ICP Logistics

ICP is one of Spain´s leading logistics companies, with a continuous and solid growth in sales volume at national and international level. For over 20 years we have been developing tailor-made logistics solutions for multiple clients and sectors including: industrial, automotive, textiles, cosmetics, electronic, jewellery and the telecommunications industries.

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