Early Settler, one of Australia and New Zealand’s leading furniture and homeware retailers, chose to implement stockinstore as their Find in Store solution as it was so much easier for them to use an off-the-shelf solution which could provide them with far more functionality than they could have thought of developing themselves.
Helping customers find the items from the show
Launched on 17 April 2019, just before for the start of Channel 7’s House Rules which premiered just after Easter, Early Settler wanted the show’s viewers to go to their website and find the products used on the show each week. “By using stockinstore, it makes it much easier for people to find which stores nearby have the items that were used on the show.” said Ben Mos, eCommerce Project Manager at Early Settler.
Reports that helps decision making around allocation and replenishment
“stockinstore’s reporting module really helps us with business and inventory management decision making around allocation and replenishment. Having visibility over what products our customers are looking to view in any of our stores gives our analysts and planners insights we have never been able to get anywhere else.” Louise Tivendale, National Inventory and Audit Manager
As the world’s only ‘Find in Store’ solution platform, we’re now being recognised, used and valued by medium to large retailers in Australia and New Zealand, says Andrew Maver, CEO. “It’s satisfying to get recognition but we know every retailer with 2 or more stores has this problem. We’re here to help you solve that problem AND give you more detailed insights about the products your customers are looking for and where they’re looking for them.”
“Early Settler stores are visited by thousands of customers every day. We’re pleased stockinstore is helping customers with their shopping experience by giving them the information to choose which channel to shop through. Go in store, or buy it online.”
“We would recommend stockinstore to any retailer who operates bricks and motar alongside web channels. stockinstore has added a feature to our website that would take much longer and be far more expensive if developed in-house.” Ben Mos
stockinstore was launched in 2016 as a way for retailers to tell online shoppers which stores nearby have the item they’re looking for. Since its launch, this ground-breaking technology has continued to bridge the gap between online and in-store; and gives retailers valuable insights into customer demand for products across their store network. To learn more about stockinstore and join a growing list of retailers like Kookai, Intersport, Nique, Billini, Bags to Go and Tentword, who are all using stockinstore to improve their retail businesses, visit https://www.stockinstore.com
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