Thomas Jewellers Selects Raymark Retail Solutions

MONTREAL, Canada For immediate release Raymark is thrilled to announce that Thomas Jewellers has selected its complete suite of retail solutions. Established in 1896, Thomas Jewellers has grown to become one of Australia’s oldest and most trusted family jewellers with nine stores across Victoria. The software initiative is aimed at modernizing the jewellery retailer’s technology infrastructure in support of ongoing growth, improving operational control and better serving customers. Raymark’s end-to-end…

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The Week in Retail: Why 2015 Will Be the Year of the Cloud

“Cloud computing enables companies to consume competing resources as a utility — just like electricity — rather than having to build and maintain computing infrastructures in-house.” The cloud made its presence in the tech scene in 2006. By 2018, the global market for cloud equipment will reach $79.1 billion. Why 2015 will be the year that the cloud comes of age is a fantastic read about the important ways that…

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Crumpler Selects Raymark

Crumpler Fuels International Growth with Raymark Retail Solutions

MONTREAL, Canada – For immediate release Raymark is thrilled to announce that Crumpler, the iconic Australian bag maker and Official Supplier of Luggage to the 2016 Australian Olympic Team, has selected Raymark’s cloud-based store management software suite for deployment in their stores worldwide. The software initiative is aimed at supporting Crumpler’s international growth, improving the omni-channel customer experience and modernizing IT operations. Raymark Point of Sale, Clienteling, Repairs, Order Management,…

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The Week in Retail: The Evolution of Social Networks

A few months ago, Greg Pouy, a digital marketing strategist, created a very informative presentation on The Future of the Luxury Shopping Experience. This week, Greg explores the evolution of social networks in a recent CMO commentary. Puoy says that messaging apps are growing in use and effectiveness, social media is a must, and digital wallets are the wave of the near future. Social networks have become mostly advertising platforms…

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Jewelry Software Guide

Guide | The CIO’s Guide to Selecting Software for Jewelry Retail

Every retail vertical is unique and the jewelry market is no exception. Not only do jewelers boast an inventory of the most beautiful gems and diamonds crafted in gold, platinum or silver, but they also offer very specialized services to their customers. As a niche market, jewelers have unique business processes and therefore require jewelry-specific features when it comes to their retail systems. In this exclusive guide, you will learn…

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The Week in Retail: E-Commerce Index Report and the Data-Driven Art of Digital Marketing

The 2015 edition of The E-Commerce Index Report created by iVentures Consulting is now available in free download on SlideShare. The Report analyzes and ranks 111 leading local and international leaders’ E-Commerce ecosystems through 250 criteria before, during and after purchase including omni-channel and online marketing. The Index provides a great overview of E-Commerce on 9 sectors such as fashion, perfumes & cosmetics and luxury. The best practices of the…

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The Wishlist – A Powerful Feature for Retailers

Wishlists are often under-utilized but they are a key ingredient for an exceptional customer experience. A wishlist is a very useful feature in ecommerce and clienteling solutions. Wishlists need to be simple and fun to create, manage and share. In turn, they serve as an excellent marketing tool to develop a loyal customer base. The more visible your wishlists are, the more exposure your brand receives in their networks. Advantages for Customers 1. A great tool for…

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The Week in Retail: Finding the Right Balance Between Offline and Online Presence

Professors at Wharton say that physical stores have advantages that online stores do not. Retailers are starting to realize that when opening new stores the customer experience needs to be reinvented. “It’s hard to get a sense of what a brand stands for from just a website, but a physical store allows potential consumers to experience the brand at a deeper level.” says Jonah Berger, a Wharton marketing professor. This…

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