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Lead the Digital Transition on Your Campus
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Strengthen Store Operations and Profitability
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Boost Merchandise Sales and Margins
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indiCo was really instrumental in helping us identify what our purchase levels should be, what amount of product should be on hand, and where our store should be based on similar-size stores. indiCo has helped us identify where we needed improvement and has given us the tools to maintain the processes that will guarantee our success."

Laura Stevens, Director of Auxiliary Services
Marysville University, St. Louis, MO
SMALL CHANGES = BIG PROFITS FOR SUNY POTSDAM
It didn’t take Lyndon Lake, Director of The College Store at SUNY Potsdam, very long to figure out his store had an inventory problem. “Well, we had 38 different kinds of mugs, including 5 different Mom and 5 Dad mugs,” Lake said. “I’m pretty sure no one needs quite that much variety.”

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Back in the Driver’s Seat


A number of institutions are choosing to take control of their campus stores again, transitioning from lease back to self-operation to respond to student needs and strengthen their school’s brand identity.

As administrators continually seek solutions to encourage retention and respond to student needs, many are recognizing the influential role played by the campus store in reflecting the mission and culture of their institution.

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