DENVER–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 4, 2016–
Sales Temperature, a retail sales forecasting software application, has announced the national launch of its application on May 4, 2016. With a few easy steps, retail business owners and managers can create a free account at salestemperature.com, setup their location, load historical data, and start to know tomorrow’s sales today with Sales Temperature’s one-of-a-kind 5-day sales and labor cost forecast.
“Sales Temperature becomes part of a manager’s everyday routine,” says Jeff Wadsworth, Founder of Sales Temperature. “We noticed that businesses in the pre-release program, after only a few days, would trust the forecasting information to the point of making staffing adjustments based on those daily forecasts, which had an immediate impact on their labor costs.” He adds, “Sales Temperature is unique in that cutting-edge technology like this has never before been available to small retail businesses. Sales Temperature changes that.”
“My confidence in Sales Temperature’s forecasting software and revenue analytics grows on a daily basis,” says pre-release user and small business owner, Allison Henderson. “Based on that confidence, I have been making adjustments to my daily labor costs and I definitely feel that we are running our business more efficiently than ever before.”
Managers only need to spend an extra minute at the end of each day entering sales numbers. Sales Temperature does the rest of the work, giving the user daily sales comparisons and forecasts via email or within the application. Additionally the Labor Analysis feature provides daily labor cost forecasts as well as associated hours to be scheduled.
About Sales Temperature
Founded in May of 2014, Sales Temperature is a Denver-based software company that specializes in retail sales forecasting and sales analytics. The company was founded by Jeff Wadsworth, who previously served 16 years with petroWEB Inc., a Denver based Software Company specializing in data management technology for the Oil & Gas sector. He has also owned a number of small business franchises in the Denver area.