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eCommerce Buyer/Seller Beware

Recent events continue to underscore the need for a solid eCommerce business Model.

The Right Layout = The Right Payout

Setting up your retail store is a tricky objective.  There are two main points that need to be addressed:

  1. Setting it up for security
  2. Setting it up for maximum profitability

Five Ways Pawnbrokers Do Themselves a Disservice

I was asked for a blog this week to cover 5 things that we, as brokers, do that hurt our business, or at the very least, don’t help.

It seemed pretty straight forward at first, but then I really started to think about it. I used my own experiences and came up with what I thought some of my biggest mistakes were (I made way more than just 5, so it was a challenge to narrow it down!).

Tina Oleszewski Appointed to Project Administrator

Data Age Business Systems, developer of PawnMaster, the industry-leading pawn management software, is pleased to announce the onboarding of Tina Oleszewski as Project Administrator.

The Benefits of Text Messaging

PING! You just got a text from a local business you frequent. They are having a sale! 

Anthony Parise Appointed to Technical Enterprise Account Manager

Data Age Business Systems, developer of the industry’s leading pawn management software, PawnMaster, is pleased to announce the promotion of Anthony Parise to Technical Enterprise Account Manager.

Dave Larson Appointed to Director of Global Sales

Data Age Business Systems, developer of the industry’s leading pawn management software PawnMaster, is pleased to announce the promotion of Dave Larson to Director of Global Sales.

Data Age eCommerce Clients Top $40 Million in Online Sales

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 40 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.

Goal Planning in Times of Uncertainty

Customer Service, Playing the Long Game

I owned a shop during one of the many “gun scares” and I had a rather large inventory at the time, mainly AR-15’s.

I had a choice. I could raise the prices of my firearms and get all that I could, or I could do what I felt was the “right thing” and sell them at the regular price.

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