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Generating revenue in emerging markets : making an additional 20% in revenue - The Innovation and Strategy Blog

Generating revenue in emerging markets : making an additional 20% in revenue - The Innovation and Strategy Blog | Retail IT | Scoop.it

A great news for Distributors and SAles forces Generating revenue in emerging markets means understanding that the sales process involves three different sales

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Great news for Distributors and sales forces . Ivy Mobility not only brings innovation but revenues. 

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Importance of the cloud retail software!

Importance of the cloud retail software! | Retail IT | Scoop.it
Now day’s modern business keep all their data online to keep it safe and easily accessible to everyone that is allowed to access it. The internet has made this world a global village and we can...

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Microsoft software deals,business productivity software

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The growing demand for omnichannel, retail software and EPOS…and how to make it work

The growing demand for omnichannel, retail software and EPOS…and how to make it work | Retail IT | Scoop.it
“Software is eating the world – and the retail industry is no exception.”
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Retail IT Services and Solutions | Software Solution for Retail Industry

“Retail IT Services and Solutions for online retail stores. Accelerate your business with retail industry application solutions.”
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No job is safe from automation and robotization

No job is safe from automation and robotization | Retail IT | Scoop.it
See how susceptible your industry is torobotic takeover.

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Johan Sundström's curator insight, February 8, 2016 2:22 PM

Media 24%...

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This is why we all should be innovating within our chosen professions

Farid Mheir's curator insight, July 20, 2016 2:09 PM

World Economic Forum survey of executives has compiled a list of jobs that are most at risk of being replaced by computers before 2025. The infographic shows a summary of the data which is available in detail here: http://reports.weforum.org/future-of-jobs-2016/ 

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Forrester Predictions 2015: most brands will underinvest in mobile

Forrester Predictions 2015: most brands will underinvest in mobile | Retail IT | Scoop.it

2015 MObiLe PRediCTiONs: feW fiRMs WiLL eMbRaCe The MObiLe MiNd shifT

Mobile reached a tipping point in 2014 as it solidified its position as one of the most disruptive technologies for businesses in decades. Not since the advent of the Internet has a technology forced businesses to completely rethink how they win, serve, and retain customers. Forrester believes that in the future, the new competitive battleground will be the mobile moment. Why? Consumers expect to engage with brands to get any information or service they desire, immediately and in context. Today, 18% of US online consumers have this expectation, while 30% are in the midst of a transition to this mind shift.1 This revolution is taking place quickly around the world: Forrester forecasts that 42% of the total population globally will own a smartphone by the end of 2015.2 Forrester also believes that in 2015, the gap will increase between marketing leaders who re-engineer their businesses to deliver valuable mobile moments and the majority of marketing executives, who will continue to take a myopic approach by considering mobile as just another digital channel.


Leaders Will Re-engineer businesses To deliver Mobile Moments

Next year, we expect smart marketers to shift their focus away from mobile apps and instead re-focus their sights on first-party data; privacy; analytics; brand experiences; and the broader digital business transformation underway and the role mobile will play in it. Mobile-shifted marketers will strive to build valuable mobile moments that extend beyond mobile phones, apps, and websites and will depend heavily on massively responsive data services and systems of engagement internally.  


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Farid Mheir's curator insight, June 26, 2015 9:37 PM

I don't like predictions but this article is a bit different as it lays down "actions for marketers" - and they also apply to other groups in organizations, especially IT and CIO.


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Mobile cannot be an afterthought and still requires a lot of care to execute properly. Forrester also raises some very interesting examples such as: "Mobile-enabled business models will disrupt the value chains of entire industries. AliveCor’s $199 heart monitor, plus a mobile phone, offers a $4.99 alternative to the $200 to $300 price tag of a traditional cardiogram, in addition to extending the service to those consumers without access to medical facilities."

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Would You Buy A 3D Replica Of Yourself? - Gizmodo Australia

Would You Buy A 3D Replica Of Yourself? - Gizmodo Australia | Retail IT | Scoop.it
“3D printing, once an arcane technology used mainly for developing industrial prototypes, is rapidly moving into everyday life. Nowhere is this more ap...”
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I will buy the replica of the replica
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Solutions for the Retail Sector

Solutions for the Retail Sector | Retail IT | Scoop.it
“Getronics - a Cisco global partner and Microsoft partner offers the best ICT solutions for the Airports Sector”
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