DTiQ's customers are owners or operators that want to run a better store or restaurant. They have often been asked to do more with less while competing in a changing landscape. DTiQ supports customers by offering a managed service with minimal upfront costs that delivers smarter locations and superior results.
To successfully innovate today, LP leaders repeatedly emphasize the importance of reciprocity in relationships—forging a two-way bridge between LP and its business partners, between corporate planners and field operators, and between the future and the past.
The vendor-retailer relationship is complicated, time-consuming, and sometimes frustrating. But if it's the right relationship, it can be mutually beneficial and everyone is happy—or at least minimally dissatisfied, depending on your perspective.
At a time when store margins are under intense competitive pressure, retail shrink can make or break a retailer's bottom line. But retail shrink numbers are vulnerable to blind spots and imprecise metrics.