In past economic downturns, I’ve usually seen companies switch from revenue and service enhancement technologies to those that will save money by increasing operational or supply chain efficiencies.That was a popular strategy—until now.The last slowdown prompted most companies to focus on back-of-the-house technologies, such as those supporting better above-store reporting, human resources management, inventory, and ordering and sales planning and analysis. In the five years since those ...
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