Thrift store owners have unique needs that aren’t experienced by other retail establishments. They may need most, if not all, of their inventory to come from donations. They often operate as charitable or not-for-profit organizations. Thrift shops must inventory and tag unique items as soon as they are donated. Because of these distinctive factors and
Thrift store owners have a lot of balls in the air. They must accept price and inventory donations. They must ensure adequate cash flow is going through their charitable practice. In most cases, they must also find ways to balance ordered inventory with their many donated items. In a perfect world, all of this would
A donation roundup is an easy and increasingly common way to give to charity. The idea behind the donation roundup is a simple one. The point of sale gives the total amount of the bill to the customer. The cashier then asks if the customer wants to round up to the next dollar amount to
A loyalty system is no longer a bonus. It is now an expected part of doing business. Many consumers base their shopping on the type of reward system offered. Studies have repeatedly shown that loyalty programs truly increase loyalty. Watch the video below as Tim explains how to manage customer loyalty with Bepoz POS.