Two weeks ago, while we were at NRF 2014 in New York City, we partnered with global retail consultancy Envirosell and its founder Paco Underhill (author of "Why We Buy") to host a number of NYC Store Tours.
This past summer, the Home plus (a Tesco subsidiary) QR code subway grocery experience in Korea ushered in a new era in virtual shopping.
Two days ago (Oct. 9) Jenna Wortham of the New York Times made me consider something I take for granted every day: paying to send and receive text messages.
iQmetrix, in partnership with DigitalPersona, is proud to offer Biometric Authentication in RQ, our cell phone store POS software. Exclusively compatible with DigitalPersona fingerprint scanners, iQmetrix offers clients the ability to maximize security and increase accountability through fingerprint authentication in RQ.
These tips will give you better control over your inventory on hand numbers, allowing you to better monitor which items sell and don’t sell, so you aren’t keeping non-selling items in stock," says iQmetrix Customer Success Manager Sean Webster.
AT&T announced it will be offering customers a new insurance policy to protect their iPhone devices.
In an industry where the new and innovative are constantly dazzling us, it may seem odd that one of the first posts on our iQmetrix Mobile Review blog is about the old and mundane.
With many clients actively building reports within our New BI solution, we thought it may be helpful to pass along some tips and tricks around report building, using the design screen and where to find key data within the cube.
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Home décor e-tailer Wayfair does really well. "The Boston-based company sold $600 million worth of home décor products last year, and CEO Niraj Shah says that revenues are growing at 40% quarter-over-quarter," wrote Forbes' J.J. Colao (July 22).
We came across this new concept product today, called the "Fairphone" (www.fairphone.com), which appears to be the smartphone equivalent of fair trade coffee -- particularly in its "ethical" sourcing of rare metals and minerals used in its manufacturing. The makers of Fairphone are in the midst of accepting preorders to make the concept a reality (their goal is 5,000 units by June 13).
By Kelly Young, Marketing Coordinator, OFFWIRE
"Imagine walking down an aisle at Target and casting a glance at a big orange bag of Cheetos on the shelf. Next thing you know, an ad featuring Chester Cheetah pops up on a video monitor in the aisle," wrote Meghan McDonough of Digital Trends (April 29). "A new eye-tracking device called SideWays is responsible."