The Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem of devices, both new and refurbished, has enabled communities, business and consumers to digitally integrate all aspects of their life and work functions.
When the Apple Watch was rolled out in April 2015, it seemed almost everyone had to own one.
It quickly became, at the time, the best-selling wearable device and earned rave reviews for its appeal as a fashion accessory.
More than a year later, sales have slipped but demand remains steady, drumming up anticipation that Apple will unveil a new version of the watch.
Soon, the original Apple Watch will be the “old” version and consumers will look to upgrade and get value for the first model.
A mobile device trade-in program isn’t a mysterious operation that should be analyzed with guesswork or even trepidation. Such a program can indeed be scrutinized like any other transactional business process.
Surely, your business has all the angles down when reviewing other types of store sales, expenses, employee performance and other key performance indicators (KPI).