On Monday (Oct. 27), Advertising Age published an interesting article on how Walmart bases marketing decisions on weather data.
"I just want you to take one thing from my session," said Kurt Reinhart. "And bring it home and use it."
HIre Well Now CEO and HR consultant Jonathan Bergman hosted a high-energy session on finding and training staff, specifically for wireless retailers.
Still referring to the Grocery Store theme, the Dimension List can be thought of as the "aisles in the grocery store." Each Dimension is categorized by the type of information it holds. Similarly, grocery aisles are categories by food type.
Tech Times reported on Friday (Aug. 29) about Like2Buy, a platform created by Curalate, which allows Instagram users to purchase what they see on their Instagram feeds. Nordstrom, Target and Charlotte Russe are the first companies to get on board.
LookUp functions can be used to cross reference information across multiple datasets. These expressions cannot be used in the query designer, only in a tablix expression.
Last week, we blogged about Spring, an app that basically refers users to fashion brands’ e-commerce (and m-commerce) sites. Sort of along the same lines, TechCrunch wrote yesterday (Aug. 21) about an app called Gleam.
Often, when displaying the Date Hierarchy in your Tablix, you will notice that it will order the dates incorrectly. To correct this, follow the following steps:
iQmetrix handset protection partner ProtectCELL was featured in a WIRED review a few months ago (March 18).
One third of retailers are committed to offering a mobile POS. Are they on the right track?
Mobile POS implementation needn’t be complicated or overly expensive; it should, however, meet consumer demands for speed and convenience.
On Monday (July 21), we blogged about the Facebook "Buy" button, which will allow users to buy desired items directly from the social media site.
On July 24, Verizon is launching a nationwide loyalty program called "Smart Rewards."
On June 25, Bloomberg's Matt Townsend told the tale of CJ Chu, a 24-year-old associate for a private-equity firm, whom he called "a retailer's nightmare"