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Increase Your Bottom Line with Digital Price Tags

Written by Neely Carter

August 9, 2021

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Every day, more retailers make the leap into the world of digital price tags. Paper and printed tags are quickly becoming a thing of the past, and it is no surprise!

By using digital price tags, product pricing is automatically updated, resulting in a reduction of lost sales and missed margin opportunities. Digital tags allow retailers to avoid mispriced products, by reflecting the manufacturers’ current promotions, rebates, and price changes made by competitors.

Along with an increase in revenue, digital tags add an aesthetically pleasing look to showroom floors, and they offer an easier, more enjoyable shopping experience for customers. By making the switch to digital tags, retailers and their employees can save time and money by eliminating labor, printing and paper costs.All these things, combined, have proven to show that utilizing digital tags can ultimately increase a retailer’s bottom line, while improving efficiency and cutting costs.

Nationwide Marketing Group is proud to offer two digital price tag solutions to our Members. Pricer has recently been announced as our current preferred price tag vendor. We are happy to also offer digital tag solutions from SES, a long-standing vendor partner of Nationwide

If you are ready to begin to improve your business and save time and money, then let us help you make the switch to digital tags!

For information on the program, or any questions that you have, reach me by phone at 870-270-1676, or email me at neely.carter@nationwidegroup.org.

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