How Small Businesses Are Engaging in Ecommerce

| June 21, 2017

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Currently, Ecommerce has brought in close to $42 billion in retail sales and will only steadily increase as more and more consumers turn to the internet for their purchasing needs. However, the integration between ecommerce and small business seems to be slow coming.

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Retail Technologies, Inc. (RTI) has 30 years of experience creating sign and label printing solutions designed for retailers. Our solutions help retailers stimulate sales and reduce operational costs. RTI offers a wide array of sign and label printing software solutions for the smallest retailer up to the largest chain of stores. We have thousands of stores using our solutions scattered across the retail spectrum including grocery stores, c - stores, liquor stores, discount stores, hardware stores, and specialty stores.

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