When this label is scanned at the register, the computer automatically brings up information about the item, such as the description and the price.
This is a barcode.
Making the right choice comes down to a variety of factors, such as the common uses for each, the physical space you have on your product for a barcode, or if you need different levels of security.
Dave Scott, on 28/12/17 09:00
“A satisfied customer is the best business strategy of all.” — Michael LeBoeuf
The idea of customer satisfaction is as old as business itself. A happy customer returns, and if you’ve done it just right, they bring their friends.
The challenge is more unique for eCommerce businesses, who may not have direct interaction with their customers throughout the buying process at all.
The needs of the modern consumer are becoming increasingly complex. Not only do your customers want great products, they want a great buying experience.
That means that the buying journey doesn’t end when they click ‘Complete Order’. They want the products delivered quickly, and if there are any problems with their order they want to be kept informed.