No Quick Picks: The Right Retail Technology Makes a Difference

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michaelmaloney   2/21/2019 2:06:38 AM

I can easily say that today, brick and mortar stores are almost becoming obsolete now that technology is at our fingertips. We can shop from retailers from all over the world at the comfort of our own room. To stay relevant, brick and mortars need to offer what consumers cannot obtain online and that is basically, service.

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This is really interesting stuff to read
ChristopherJames   10/30/2018 2:58:09 AM

This is really interesting stuff to read about because I personally can't even remember the last time that I needed to walk into a retail shop to get anything. It's just so much more convenient to purchase everything online these days as long as the company can deliver to your area. I would imagine that shops need to have something really special to encourage people to want to walk in to their brick and mortar stores these days!

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