Follow the path to the Omni-channel Grail

| February 20, 2019

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Omni-channel retailing gives customers the option to shop and purchase items on their terms – order online or shop in the store, have the item shipped or pickup at the store. Omni-channel supports every combination. Be ready to change with your customers as buying process channels continue to develop. Give your customers accurate inventory information as well as choices for alerts, backorders and reorders.  Provide customers an easy, pleasant shopping experience through their mobile device, online and in the store.

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