iControl announced today that it has expanded its relationship with client Kwik Trip, with the activation of its Scan Based Trading solution. iControl had previously been providing alcohol payment services and related reporting to Kwik Trip.
Grand Rapids, MI --- Long-time iControl client SpartanNash, a 175-store supermarket chain based in Michigan and operating stores throughout the Midwest, has signed a long-term contract extension to remain an iControl client. SpartanNash has been an i[...]
In 2018, beer distributors are looking for ways to streamline payments and boost operation efficiency. Throughout the rise of mobile EFT payments has grown, the number of beer distributors who use EFT has increased over the past few years. Below are [...]
If you're new to understanding scan-based trading, it's a process where a supplier owns your inventory in a warehouse or store until scanned at a point of sale. It's a technology many retailers prefer because it helps save them money on having to pur[...]
The alcohol distribution business is a very competitive market, and it can sometimes lead to dirty tricks in trying to one-up a competitor. While regulations are strict on alcohol payments in every state, it hasn't stopped some distributors from tryi[...]
In the world of alcohol retailers and distributors, online mobile payment systems are giving incumbent “cash and carry” processes a run for their money. Paper-based payments undermine efficiency across distribution channels, creating bottlenecks that[...]
Electronic payment processing, like iControl’s Alcohol Payments, is a great way for alcohol distributors to speed up and simplify their payment processes across their distribution network.
Can your distribution supply chain benefit from reduced inventory costs, increased sales, enhanced operational efficiencies, decreased merchandising time, and a boost in sales? Of course it can. Achieve this and more by switching to scan-based tradin[...]