Two days ago, when Apple announced its new iPhone models, the company made very little fanfare about a new feature within iOS 7: iBeacon.
The big news in tech today was Amazon's announcement of the Kindle Fire, a 7-inch tablet with an impressive $199 price tag.
When using the Reconcile Vendor Rebates tool in RQ, make sure to use the search filters.
Windows XP is now over 12 years old. As of April 8, 2014, Microsoft has discontinued the support of Windows XP. The time has now come for us and our hardware and software partners, to invest our resources toward supporting more recent technologies so that we can continue to deliver great experiences for staff and customers.
Recent media reports about foot traffic and location tracking have stirred up interest from our customers around what type of metrics dealers can produce from their RQ data. Are traffic counters a good idea? What are the key metrics we see our dealers incorporating into their reports when it comes to traffic counting?
Mobile Commerce Daily reported yesterday (April 23) on how Walgreens' app has been updated to offer more personalized and store-specific promotions to customers.
Ars Technica reported today the Nokia brand will be removed from its mobile device line in favor of "Microsoft Mobile' when the Microsoft acquisition is complete April 25.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 hit store shelves today and although Samsung was touting a new feature called "Download Booster," three of the Big Four U.S. carriers (Verizon, AT&T and Sprint) have removed the feature.
Today, Google unveiled an official marketing campaign for its new smartwatch SDK (which we blogged about last week), called Android Wear. The concept is demonstrated in the video below.
Our Loyalty Program is a great tool to get your customers back into your stores. Offer them a reason to return and track your reward program within RQ.