SPSF

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AcronymDefinition
SPSFSharePoint Software Factory (computer programming utilities)
SPSFState Public Services Federation (trade union federation; Australia)
SPSFSouthern Pacific Santa Fe (failed merger of Southern Pacific and Santa Fe Railroads)
SPSFStandard Project Submission Form (Office of Economic Cooperation and Development)
SPSFShouldn't Paint So Fast
SPSFSales Per Square Foot
SPSFSmall Professional Services Firm (certification; North Carolina)
SPSFSystem Point Spread Function (telescopes)
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When asked about the relative importance of other metrics, 88% stated brand awareness and sales per square foot were very/extremely important.
After owner Kendall Crosby made changes to refocus the store, it was able to achieve a high of $422 in sales per square foot in 2018.
Amazon Go isn't just about serving more customers and generating more sales per square foot. The technology in the store can also help reduce some of the most common costs associated with operating a physical store.
DETERIORATION IN PROJECT ECONOMICS: A material decline in mall operations including occupancy rates and sales per square foot would be of concern, especially if the appraised value of the legacy portion of the mall fell below the outstanding par on the PILOT bonds.
We'll learn ratios such as: sales per square foot, sales ratio per employee, how much a dealer is paying his employees, what incentives are being offered to the sales staff, how long it takes to turn inventory, etc.
The aptly named Louise Beaver works at the firm's store in Dorking, Surrey, which took more sales per square foot than any other in the group last Christmas.
The aptly named Louise Beaver works at the firm's Dorking store, Surrey, which took more sales per square foot than any other in the group last Christmas.
While the Cupertino, California company's 4,592.20 dollars in sales per square foot is the envy of every shop owner in the country, Tiffany's 3,017 dollars per square foot is the second best.
They also get the most out of the space that they have with strong sales per square foot, averaging $856 in sales per square foot of selling space.
The Journal quoted brokers and appraisers who say a record-breaking sale is possible, considering the demand for that building, the relative strength of the ultra luxury market and the fact that the top three sales per square foot in Manhattan have all occurred in the building.
It added: "The performance of these new stores is very encouraging, with sales per square foot being on average 39% above the rest of the ongoing estate."
Regional mall REITs ended the first quarter of 2010 on a healthy note, as sales per square foot and occupancy levels both improved, according to Retail Traffic Online.