Did you know you can set all of your company's inventory Min/Max settings in seconds?
On April 16, Sarah Kessler of Mashable.com reported on a new startup that is bringing the future -- targeted billboard advertising -- to present day.
As near field communication (NFC) technology makes its way to more and more smartphones, AT&T isn’t convinced the average consumer is quite ready to adopt the technology for making m-commerce payments. As a result, the company is launching an m-commerce app of its own, for consumers to use in the meantime.
IKEA: Confusing layout = more impulse buys
MetroPCS Meets in the Big D - Central Texas MetroPCS Agents met recently in Dallas for a day of meetings and awards. As usual, iQmetrix was present to celebrate with our many MetroPCS customers and to also discuss the future with our partners and MetroPCS executives.
Shopping for a mobile phone is a confusing and frustrating process. Customers are often lost in a myriad of devices, carriers, rate plans, features and accessories. And even when they choose a phone they want, the activation process can be long and tiresome.
If your store has experienced reduced traffic of late, your salespeople likely don't need a reminder to stay hungry for their next close. That said, it doesn't hurt to step back and examine one's own sales strategy from an outside perspective – to focus on being aggressive and having a sense of urgency.
At my first-ever retail job, as a clothing salesperson for a summer job, I was most motivated by money: commissions. The store wasn’t very busy, so when customers came in, I was interested in speaking with them and providing good service – both to get more sales but also to make the time pass faster.
Apple and Intel have agreed to stop using conflict minerals in the manufacturing of their products, as part of a tech industry initiative to avoid possible controversy in light of federal regulators’ efforts to ensure ethical global manufacturing, reported Kat Asharya of Mobiledia.com (April 5).
IDC predicted last week (March 29) that the global smartphone market will grow by 49.2 percent in 2011, as more consumers and businesses turn in their feature phones for smartphones.
Now that we've got a number of user group meetups and open office events under our belt, it's time to spread the word a bit more broadly that we're happy to host events at our office here in Vancouver.