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Red Stag Case Study

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A world leading, technology driven Supermill Red Stag is a world leader in the production of softwood construction lumber. They run a Supermill producing 550 thousand cubic metres of high-quality timber per year. Red Stag demonstrates strong commitment to stay at the forefront of technological advancement within the Timber industry in all they do.

Case Study - Retail

Toolware: Significantly reducing time spent sharing product data with customers

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Toolware is NZ’s largest wholesale distributor of quality trade tools, operating for over 50 years. They are well recognised as leaders in the market with some of the best hand tool brands in the trade. Toolware has a range of around 7,000 products which they supply to 2,000 retailers. With such a wide product range, updates, deletions and new product introductions are frequent.

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Product Development and Market Introduction

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New world Product Development Any and every business needs something to sell; and if that something is a physical product then it is subject to the laws of the Product Life Cycle. Product Development and Market Introduction are the first two steps towards getting your product on the market – but since we live in […]

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Product Life Cycle Management

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Product Life Cycle Management All businesses need to provide something that the customer wants. When that something is a physical product (as opposed to services offered) then that product needs to go through a life cycle. Product Life Cycle (or PLC) refers to the length of time that the product is viable for, and can […]

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Where is E-Commerce Going?

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E-commerce is constantly changing; in fact, that is the only aspect of e-commerce that stays the same. Customers want the latest, best, and most convenient, all at the click of a button. Is it possible that brick and mortar stores will go along the wayside? Or will it continue to keep up with e-commerce, continuing […]

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Up-selling Through Your Online Store

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Congratulations! Your customer is on your online store, making a purchase, completing the final transactions. So you’re happy with that, right? I didn’t think so. Your primary purpose as a business owner is to sell as much quality product to each customer on each transaction. There may be some work on your part on the […]

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Do you need to “go online”?

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In our last blog we talked about how we, as consumers, are doing so many  digital transactions and  doing research online. But does this apply to your business? We are living in an age of digital transformation – whether we like it or not. As business owners we need to scramble to keep up, to […]

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Online shopping tips and fun facts for Retailers

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Since the modern world has become a digital plethora of choices and online services (including shopping), with information everywhere and any product that can be bought available through the internet- you really should be getting in on the action. Why are people buying online? Surprisingly, it is estimated that around 80% of everything online is […]