Brightpearl, the world’s largest purpose-built retail ERP platform, today reveals that nearly half (45%) of retailers are planning to ban ‘serial returners’. These are shoppers who deliberately and regularly buy multiple items with the intent to return some. New research from
A new study from Brightpearl, released today, reveals that the North East is the worst region for ‘serial returners’, a trend that is costing retailers £7bn a year. Brightpearl recently surveyed 2,000 consumers across the UK and found that 36% of
A new retail bible, The omnichannel survival guide: for the new retail reality, publishing in the spring, is offering retailers eight top tips to be the ultimate omnichannel retailer. Co-authored by Chris Tanner, founder of Brightpearl, and Derek O’Carroll CEO, the Guide
Just seven per cent of SME decision makers surveyed in the retail sector invest in technology to meet peak periods, like Christmas, which could put themselves at a clear disadvantage against the online and high street giants. As today’s major retailers
Independent retailers use technology to turbo-boost sales and save two months of work, Brightpearl reports
New research highlights how real-time technology allows independent retailers to focus better on multi-channel sales, while simultaneously boosting weekly order volume by over 50% and revenue by 30%, and cutting nearly two months of work annually. Brightpearl, retail management solution of
Brightpearl, the multi-channel retail management system, has announced the introduction of the Shopify POS app into the Brightpearl app store. Brightpearl, Shopify and Shopify POS are all tightly integrated, giving retailers the confidence to expand their businesses across multiple channels, the companies claim.
Brightpearl – the multi-channel retail management system – today announces the launch of the Brightpearl App Store, allowing retailers to extend Brightpearl functionality with the capabilities they need, through an array of apps including web stores, forecasting tools, reporting tools and
Brightpearl (www.brightpearl.com), a cloud-based multi-channel retail management system that integrates orders, inventory, accounting, reporting and customer data, today announced it has raised $10m in a funding round led by new investor MMC Ventures, alongside participation from Quayle Munro and existing investors
Brightpearl, a leading supplier of cloud-based commerce management software for small businesses, has launched a stimulus fund of £1m ($1.6m) to mark Independent Retailer Month in the US and UK. Independent Retailer Month is a global campaign that will run
Brightpearl, a supplier of cloud-based commerce software for small businesses, has recruited Fergus Gloster, managing director EMEA Marketo, to its board of advisors. With over 25 years’ industry experience, including founding Salesforce.com’s sales and marketing operations in Europe, Gloster will
Brightpearl, a supplier of cloud-based software for small retailers, reports its customers’ growth figures are bucking industry trends. According to the company, its software has helped its customers record like-for-like sales growth of 35% between February 2011 and February 2012.
Online garden nursery store, Garden Deco, reports it has significantly increased sales revenues during the last two years as a result of implementing Brightpearl’s cloud-based software for small businesses. The niche online store uses Brightpearl’s technology to integrate eBay and Magento into its business model
Salman Malik, CEO at Brightpearl, a supplier of cloud-based business management software, on the retail potential of the UK eBay phenomenon The number of Britons using the UK eBay site has seen double digit growth year-on-year, so it’s no surprise
Brightpearl, a leading provider of cloud-based software for small businesses, has added new online sales channels to its multi-channel offering. Retailers and wholesalers can now connect their eBay listings and Magento-based stores with Brightpearl’s platform for CRM, electronic point of
Brightpearl, a provider of cloud-based business management software, has recruited two executives to its leadership team. The company, which is backed by Doug Richard, one of the stars of the UK version of the Dragons’ Den TV show, said it