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hard goods

[′härd ‚gu̇dz]
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Sales per salesperson were only slightly higher for hard goods stores, $119,826, than the $117,926 average for soft goods stores.
While management is continuing its efforts to improve performance, it is uncertain if Service Merchandise can re-establish a defensible niche within the jewelry and hard goods retail market.
By contrasting industrial hard goods and an intangible consumer service, we wanted to isolate how much the dynamics of alliances with resellers depend on what is being sold to whom.
It enables the customer to fully utilize all the features of the hard good they've purchased.
Charts ranking favored brands for each hard goods and soft goods item studied are followed by data tables showing percentage of response by total sample gender, age and frequency of participation.
The report, "Retailers Guide: POS Software for Hard Goods Retailers," by IHL analysts Greg Buzek and Jerry Sheldon, evaluated the top 25 software vendors that have multiple installations among the top 250 hard goods retailers.
on its baby and toddler apparel including bodysuits, burp cloths, bibs and blankets, and also on select hard goods, like baby bottles and sippy cups.
However, while current online auction-style services are ideal when selling hard goods in limited markets, they are poorly suited for the vastly larger service and information-based commerce segment doing business online today.
The 'top brands' section is followed by average prices paid for each of item, number purchased per year, frequency of shopping, and types of stores where apparel and hard goods are purchased.
Flame Seal has hired, and is training, a new manager for its hard goods production line (FBS), to free current personnel for liquid production for Aerospace.