Driving digital transformation with Microsoft retail business applications Microsoft technology combined with a network of fashionistas

Published on Jul 7, 2017

A demonstration of how you can give your salespeople the product and customer information they need to deliver exceptional, personalized customer experiences that inspire loyalty. This is why we require our staff to get their Microsoft Certifications. A simple concept great technology combined with a network of real people and buyers. By the way, Yes we are hiring!

 

Future vision of Digital Retail

 

Microsoft is transforming the future of retail by empowering people throughout the shopping experience—from the digital experiences that make shopping fun and rewarding, to the productivity and collaboration solutions that allow retail employees to provide outstanding customer service, to the intelligent systems that provide deep insights and empower advanced decision making and personalization. This concept video showcases how Microsoft is enabling the next generation of empowered retail. For more information on Microsoft solutions for the Retail Industry

Transformation in Retail

Microsoft Services business and technology experts provide their perspective on the current digital transformation in retail and the immediate opportunities and threats that every retail business leader must address

The Fashion Fund

We have just launched our Fashion Fund for startup ventures and small to middle-market fashion designers.

The main purpose for the fund is to keep our embroidery and textile clients working in the USA. The fund however, is not limited to the fashion industry and we are expanding it to other USA based businesses.

Retail TV – The Future of Retail – The Experience is Everything

Retail News – Changing consumer shopping tastes and expectations are quietly transforming the retail industry. Shoppers increasingly crave instant gratification, one-of-a-kind merchandise and are cozying up to the idea of borrowing goods versus buying them.

As a result, the shopping model of the near future is poised to look radically different from just a decade ago, and retailers that don’t keep pace with changing tastes are setting themselves up for a rude awakening, at best or extinction.