More Money! Why Should You Count Customer Traffic at Your Stores? People counts/
There is really one major reason that people own and operate retail stores and furniture showrooms, and that is to make money. You want to maximize your profits while ensuring that the money you spend on overhead and marketing is giving you the maximum ROI.
You want to make sure that you are staffing your floor appropriately in order to offer the best customer service possible and have a high sales conversion ratio. At the same time you do not want to be over staffed and paying idle employees to stand around.
But how do you make sure that your business is streamlined and that you are making the most money possible as we approach Black Friday and the holiday retail season?
The answer is quite simple, know your customer flow and when you are having both high and low traffic flow. With customer retail traffic counters you will be able to make business decisions based on precise data for your stores or chain of stores.
The biggest retailer in the world Walmart has recently put in place traffic counters in order to ensure that they are providing the best customer service possible which results in higher sales and greater profits. It is no surprise that they did this a couple of months before the peak sales season for retail.
Now it is time for you do do the same thing, and make as much money as possible up to the Christmas holidays. With a retail traffic counter system you will most likely break any sales record you had in the past by turning actionable data into a strong business model to stay ahead of your competitors.
Would you take 15 minutes to talk about a retail solution for your store if it was going to increase the money you make each month by 15% or more? The answer is yes.
If you do not believe it and do not know about these systems, check out a free guide on retail traffic counters called “Using Retail Traffic Counting for a Strategic Advantage”. Walmart, Wireless Zone and other major retailers have already implemented these, shouldn’t you?