As a strong supporter of the pawn industry, United is proud to be a member of various pawn organizations. We also participate in most tradeshows including Pawn Expo in Las Vegas, Dixie Pawn Convention, Midwest Pawn Convention, the CAPA Spring and Fall Conferences, TAP and the Pawnbrokers Advisory Forum Conference.
I have been in the IT field for over 25 years, and it is pretty common to be approached by consultants from every possible area.
Data Age Business Systems, the developer of PawnMaster, the industry leading pawn management software, is proud to announce the appointment of Vanessa Gray to Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
I feel great knowing that all my hard work and dedication has truly paid off. I have officially been promoted to Director of Tech Support after 4 years of service to Data Age Business Systems.
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. This may be the case, but I have taken some thoughts and ideas back to sunny Florida with me.
Data Age Business Systems, developer of the industry’s leading pawn management software PawnMaster, is excited to announce yet another e-commerce milestone. Through the integrated e-commerce tool e4o, PawnMaster users have achieved over 30 million dollars in revenue from items sold online. PawnMaster’s e4o product allows users to list inventory items out for sale on multiple online channels, while still offering those items for sale in store.
Post transactional touch-points are an opportunity for you to reach out to your customer after the sale was made to reengage them to come back. Customer interaction doesn’t stop once the customer has made the sale.
While eCommerce is steadily expanding, many businesses that aren’t solely eCommerce based have found a way to reinvent themselves in a manner that multiplies one sale into many more. It starts and ends with the customer experience.
For several years our company, and more specifically myself, have taken to social media as a primary outlet. In an attempt to consistently improve, our social media is used as a way to connect with our customers.
No two customers are alike—everyone has a different set of preferences, wants, or needs that can quickly change based on the customer’s situation or even the way the wind blows. Well, it can feel that fickle, but your customers are a little more predictable than you might think.