The Evolution of “Saving the Sale” and What It Means Today | Part 3 of 3

So far in this three-part series on how to “Save the Sale”, I have covered: How ‘Save the Sale’ Means Real-Time Access to Inventory Levels How Failing to ‘Save the Sale’ Increases Inventory Shrinkage How Merchandise Simply Available is ‘Saving the Sale’ How to ‘Save the Sale’ with Seamless Mobile Checkouts How to Use In-Store […]

The Evolution of “Saving the Sale” and What It Means Today | Part 2 of 3

I recently started a series on the evolution of the phrase “Save the Sale” and what it means today.  Part One discussed the definition of “saving the sale” and how not saving the sale impacts inventory and shrink.  Part two discusses the importance of having merchandise available and how mobile payment is becoming the standard […]

The Evolution of “Saving the Sale” and What It Means Today | Part 1 of 3

Reflecting upon recent conversations I’ve had with Loss Prevention (LP) leaders, I have noticed an interesting shift in the way inventory shortage, or shrinkage, is being talked about. Over the many years I have been in the retail loss prevention industry, I have seen the focus of loss prevention leaders volley from one thing to […]