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Brick-and-mortar stores are using everything in their arsenal to track habits of retail shoppers.


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After contracting for RetailNext's services, retailers typically see a 6 to 8 percent sales increase in the first year, Balasubramanian says. "It often starts with correcting a misalignment between staffing and traffic; simply moving staff from one day to another has led to [sales] improvements."

After contracting for RetailNext’s services, retailers typically see a 6 to 8 percent sales increase in the first year, Balasubramanian says. “It often starts with correcting a misalignment between staffing and traffic; simply moving staff from one day to another has led to [sales] improvements.”

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