Rita Lin

Project Manager

March 28, 2014

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Is Local Knowledge Handicapping Your Business? – 5 Reasons It Might Be

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When businesses enter a new market or begin aggressive expansion plans, they know that understanding that particular market is their key to success. So what better way to do this then by tapping into local populations for knowledge and advice, right? After all, locals have strong relationships, experience and knowledge. They’ve lived in these places for a long time, sometimes their whole lives. Can’t it go without saying that no one will be more knowledgable than they are? Not necessarily.

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Hubert Tsai

Business Analyst

February 27, 2014

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10 Reasons You Should Be Using A Business Intelligence Tool

Why BI tools are fast becoming companies most important business strategy.

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Large retailers receive mountains of transaction numbers daily, and they know there are insights to be found in these numbers, but they first need to be translated into useful information and knowledge so that managers can use this information to respond to markets immediately.

In the past, staff would use a variety of analytic tools and methods, and managers would often ask assistants to spend more time gathering vast arrays of additional information. This was both time consuming and costly. Now, Business Intelligence (BI) tools are becoming the go-to solution for processing, visualizing and utilizing spatial data.

Here are the top 10 benefits of using a BI tool that should compel you and your team to start looking for a BI tool today: 

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Edward Eng

Business Development Manager

December 5, 2013

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Why SNO Is The New SEO For Retailers

An 8 minute presentation by Edward Eng.

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Presentation Summary

The advent of the internet gave way to a flood of websites which created the sudden need for powerful SEO ( Search Engine Optimization ) strategies, but as trends show retailers shifting their focus back to physical store networks, a new offline strategy is being embraced by retailers, SNO. In this getchee-8 presentation Edward Eng introduces the SNO concept and explains how retailers can start using it to update and enhance their retail strategies.

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Johnny Lin

Data Production Manager

November 28, 2013

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7 Steps – Map Your Retail Locations For Free

Using Google Earth to map your network fast and free.

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If you’re a retailer with less than 10 stores, you can easily use a simple program like Excel to manage store information. However, if you have more than 10 stores, you already know Excel has it’s limits. Setting up a tool like Google Earth to help manage locations is often a first step retailers take when deciding to map networks. Today there are many mapping options available to retailers, from simple tools like Google Maps to advanced GIS enabled mapping tools like Kiwi. You can discover more tools in our article “5 mapping tools that can make your job easier.”

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