What primary need do retailers and distributors have in common? They must have the ability to make and receive payments for alcohol beverage products. But more importantly, it must be convenient, compliant and secure.
Electronic payments offer distributors increased efficiency and transparency. Combined, these two factors make distribution networks more robust and effective. Electronic funds transfer (EFT) payments can help alcohol distributors mitigate complex su[...]
BURTONSVILLE, MD, October 25, 2016 – iControl Data Solutions (iControl), a leading process improvement and business insights provider to Retailers, Suppliers, Distributors and Brokers, published today the second ebook installment of the "Alcohol Paym[...]
When Prohibition officially began in 1920, the government put a ban on the legal manufacturing, sale, and transportation of all intoxicating beverages - but it wasn't illegal to drink them. This means if people still had some in their homes at that t[...]
BURTONSVILLE, MD, September 2, 2016 – iControl Data Solutions (iControl), a leading process improvement and business insights provider to Retailers, Suppliers, Distributors and Brokers, published today the first ebook installment of the "Alcohol Paym[...]
As an alcohol distributor, selling draft beer is one part of building your on and off premise business. Obviously, part of the sales includes charging a deposit for kegs and tracking them throughout the year. During this time, your retailers typicall[...]
Retailers and distributors alike in the alcohol industry need to be more aware of electronic payment options because it could not only save them a lot of money but it could also make their jobs a whole lot easier. There is a lot to learn about the my[...]
In the world today, we go to liquor stores, grocery and convenience stores, or bars and restaurants in order to buy alcohol. There are thousands of types of alcoholic beverages, but what people rarely consider is just how that particular bottle got o[...]