Data Age Business Systems, developer of PawnMaster, the industry leading pawn management software for over thirty years, is proud to welcome The Castle to PawnMaster Nation, an 11-store operation based in Kentucky and branching into southern Ohio. The Castle is primarily a retail jewelry store that supplements its revenue with collateral loans, which allows the business to guarantee the lowest prices on fine jewelry.
When you’re running a pawn shop, you need to have the right software to help you run your business well. That’s where pawn shop software comes in handy. With this software, you’ll be able to handle everything from payments to receipts, and can even work on the cloud to make sure that all of your information remains safe. If you have doubts about installing it, read our guide to understand more.
I remember when I was “new” to the Pawn business. Looking and studying the Sunday paper sales flyers for pricing information and product knowledge. Google wasn’t the “go to” for everything yet.
A friend asked me the other day, “What would you tell your younger self?” She was specifically referring to my prior work life. It was a very valid question, but one that I had never thought much about.
My name is Erin Kingsley. I’m from Mt. Vernon, Illinois, which is a little thriving city in southern Illinois. I manage the People’s Choice Cash and Pawn shop for my family. I was introduced to the pawn world in 2003 when my family decided they were going to open a shop.
Few things are as frustrating as dealing with an untrained, or “under” trained employee in you business.
Customer service is so much more than just “servicing” your customers. Anyone can just pick up the phone and ask “How can I help you?”. The manner in which you do this will make all the difference.
A website is the gateway to your business. For many consumers it is their first impression, and we all know what is said about first impressions.
The word “brand” normally elicits warm fuzzy feelings toward a customer’s favorite shoes, restaurant, or mobile device. “Brand Consistency” on the other hand is typically met with fear by business owners everywhere. Questions like “What is it?”, “Why do I need it?”, and “Am I doing it right?” are very common concerns, and you should be happy to know that achieving brand consistency is not as daunting a task as it may seem.
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