The retail industry is at a crossroads between technology and tradition. It’s too early to tell if online versus physical shopping will balance out so that both can be available for the discerning shopper. But one thing will never change – customer service, not only for the consumer, but for the retailer, too.
Steve Jobs said, “Great things in business are never done by one person. They’re done by a team of people.”
So whom on your team do you count on to help with inventory management, which, as you know, is key to business success? A few employees?
Maybe an outside inventory management service like Blue Chip is the way to go.
One of our customers, the owner of an independent liquor store said, “After seven years in business, we finally had you inventory our store. We’ll never do it ourselves again!”
The store manager of a large supermarket chain said, “When your crew arrived I was a little apprehensive – we’ve always used one of your competitors, and I was usually satisfied. Now, I’m even more satisfied …”
The division manager of a major convenience store chain said, “ From the very beginning, we have found Blue Chip’s management to be extremely responsive to our needs. They train their employees well, arrive on time at our stores and provide inventory results that are routinely in the 99 to 99.75% accuracy range. And, it has been nearly a year since I’ve heard a single complaint from the stores. Having selected Blue Chip Inventory Service was a good decision and I would encourage you to take a look at them if the service you now receive is not up to standards.”
As Steve Jobs also said, “It’s not a faith in technology. It’s faith in people.”