Badichi Belts move to the cloud to scale his business with Lightspeed
When Yinon Badichi landed in the US from Jerusalem, he knew that to stand out in the retail industry, he had to do something different. He chose to take on belts––the anchor of every outfit. Unlike most stores, where belts are left hanging, tangled or tucked away, Badichi Belts makes their custom leather belts the star of the show.
Yinon started off with a POS that ran on a local server, but as the boutique became busier, his business outgrew the system. Tech-savvy and always travelling to meet with suppliers, he knew he needed something smarter that would allow him to make and edit purchase orders from anywhere in the world. “If you’re not moving forward with technology, you disappear,” he says.
With Lightspeed, Yinon found the flexibility and ease of use he was looking for; he could access his in-store data from anywhere, no longer tied to his desktop work computer to check daily sales. Lightspeed not only offered him increased functionality, it also matched his ambitious approach to business. “I wanted a young company, who, like me, is always thinking of ways to improve and connect with customers. I wanted to work with a POS that was forward-thinking, which is why I chose Lightspeed,” he said.
"I’m an old-school retailer with old-school philosophies that were passed on to me by my dad, yet I’m a young 53-year-old that always wants to adapt to the new ways of doing business." - Billy Waxman, owner of Waxman House
When you visit Badichi, you choose the belt strap, length, buckle and rivet. The options are vast, and the staff has as much fun as the customer when creating the perfect combination. Once all required pieces and sizes have been selected, customers can watch their belt being crafted right in front of their eyes. For both New Yorkers and tourists, a trip to Badichi Belts is a must.
With Lightspeed, Badichi Belts runs their business as they want
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