Category Archives: CRS Posts

POS Solutions – Comparing Apples to Oranges

New Year, New POS – A direct side-by-side comparison of the POS solutions we currently offer to better assist in your POS search!

5 Reasons Why You NEED a Retail Operations Partner in 2023

Many retailers made it through 2022 thanks to their Retail Operations Partner. Here are 5 reasons why you NEED an ROP in 2023!

The Different Types of Cyber Attacks We’re Facing in Our Digital World

There are dozens of different types of cyber attacks retailers may not even be aware of. Here’s 10 of the most common and what they do!

Canadian Retail Solutions Assists Retailers with Personal Inventory Season

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Save money, time, and headaches with our team of experts during your personal inventory count – learn how CRS can help!

Success at the Largest Retail Show in Canada – Trends Apparel 2022

A Quick Recap of this Year’s Show!The Trends Apparel Show is the largest and most successful wholesale apparel, accessory and footwear show in Canada

5 Summer Strategies to Boost Foot Traffic

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Consumers are Returning to Physical Retail – Get Them Through YOUR Doors!

Cloud Based POS vs On Premise

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There are two types of POS systems for retailers to consider – cloud based POS and on premises! Find out the pros and cons of each.

Retail POS: 10 Things to Consider When Choosing The Right One for YOUR Business

Whether you’re a brand new retail business just starting off, or an established business looking to upgrade their current point of sale (POS) system, the first thing you need to know is that your retail POS is SO much more than just a platform to complete sales transactions.

The Layers of Retail Technology

When you consider retail technology, the first thing that comes to mind for most people is the surface level hardware – like the screen at the counter at the back of the store that rings up sales. Or maybe some people will go beyond the surface level hardware and the first thing that comes to mind is actually the point of sale (POS) software within that screen that processes the sales and leaves a record of the transaction behind.