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quick response codes at next week’s NRF Show is expected to usher in a new era of marketing, “linking real life to the digital world” by bringing the measurement capabilities of online media to the world of offline marketing. Yet, while the technology is expected to make short codes and mobile commerce a “snap” for consumers, its arrival will likely heighten consumer expectations of retailers’ cross channel capabilities. Microsoft Tags allows consumers to easily access marketing offers in print ads, billboards, print packages or store signage without typing in long URLs or texting short codes. By “snapping” a tag with the camera ...
Whether such a negative view is justified is debatable, however. In any case, the Dutch state functioned very well under the regime of Grand Pensionary Johan de Witt , despite the fact that it was forced to fight two major wars with England, and several minor wars with other European powers. Thanks to the temporary relative weakness of other European Great Powers, like France, and the Holy Roman Empire , the Republic for a while was able to dominate the "European Concert" of nations, even imposing a pax neerlandica in the Scandinavian area. A convenient war with Portugal enabled the Dutch East India Company to take ...
New Rules, Realities For Serving The New Cross-Channel Shopper
Let’s start with a reality check. If you think that offering merchandise for sale across multiple sales channels means you have a handle on the cross-channel customer, think again. The definition (and number) of cross-channel shoppers is changing daily and, perhaps more importantly, the expectations of those shoppers are expanding as the rules of retail are being re-written. We’ve collected some of the most recent industry data and rolled the findings up into four key pillars that help paint a picture of the new cross-channel shopper. The research points to new requirements these shoppers are beginning to demand as part of a ... market research, surveys and trends
Escalate Retail Launches Next-Generation Cross-Channel Commerce ...
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Blue Martini Newsletter - September 2008
For many of you, the cross-channel customer typically represents one of the most profitable segments in your portfolio. A recent Forrester/ report put the difference between cross-channel ($466) and single channel shoppers ($313) at $153 in higher annual spend. Convert 10,000 customers to cross-channel shoppers, and you can add approximately $1.5 million per year to the bottom line. Plus, this segment of the consumer population is growing at a rapid pace. Analysts are now saying that the cross channel consumer segment will grow from about 27 percent today to over 40 percent in the next three years. So who is the cross ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Direct Commerce Systems and Services: May 2009
News and information about systems and services for managing direct commerce and eCommerce order entry, inventory management, fulfillment, customer database, customer service, and response analysis. I am informed by reliable and knowledgeable sources that Systemax has "pulled the plug" on ProfitCenter Software (PCS) . While I do not have full details at this point, my understanding is that PCS will continue to support its current installs for a number of months going forward to assure a smooth transition for them to new solutions. Meanwhile, PCS as a company is being wound down, and of course no new contracts will be ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
The 17th Amendment Revisited
Original provisions of the Constitution intended to prevent Congress from enacting "dumb" laws were vitiated by ratification of the 17th Amendment. Before ratification of the 17th Amendment it's unlikely that a Senate committee would have needed to raise the sort of question posed by Senator Coburn during confirmation hearings on Elena Kagan's nomination to the Supreme Court. A Wall Street Journal editorial reports: If Congress passed a law saying Americans were required to eat three fruits and three vegetables a day, Mr. Coburn asked, would that be legitimate under the Commerce Clause? It sounds like a "dumb ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
BODINE: Always A Contender At Gateway
Gateway International Raceway is a bright spot on the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series schedule for the No. 30 Tundra team. The team has one win at the Madison, Ill., race track, and knows how to be a fixture at the top of the running order there. "Gateway is a track I've always enjoyed racing because it's a challenge for drivers and crew chiefs to find a perfect balance in the setup. It's critical to get your race truck to handle the differences in both ends of the track," said driver Todd Bodine. "The Tundra is always a contender at Gateway and that's because our team ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Escalate Retail Introduces Buy Anywhere, Fulfill Anywhere Commerce ...
Jan 8, 2009 ... Escalate Retail, the Escalate Retail logo and Buy Anywhere Fulfill Anywhere Commerce are trademarks of Escalate, Inc. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Thomas B. Leary: "The Two Faces of Electronic Commerce"
Electronic commerce on the Internet, or "e-commerce," is a subject of compelling public interest. Billions are invested in reliance on its growth potential, the media are blanketed with stories about it, and it is the dominant theme in numerous conferences of business people and lawyers. Yet, the volume of consumer transactions on the Internet (as opposed to business-to-business transactions) is still relatively small, (2) and no one really knows whether its immense potential will be fully realized. The problem is that consumers view the Internet with fear as well as fascination. There are certain special ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Use Your Illusion: Secure Authentication Usable Anywhere
Use Your Illusion: Secure Authentication Usable Anywhere. Eiji Hayashi. CMU/ CyLab Japan ... K.4.4 [Electronic Commerce]: Security; K.6.5 [Security and Pro- .... most promise to fulfill all of the properties we set out to achieve. ...
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There is a heavy discussion going about web going to replace web applications. Yet, beyond that discusion my personal observation is that desktop applications have something that web applications do not have, what is that? I belive this thing make people prefer desktop applications over web applications. Let me give you my personal example. I have an many email accounts with different providers. For each of these accounts, I am able to retrieve my emails both using Thunderbrid and a Web mail client. Yet, when I have access to my Thunderbird I always use it and never the web mail client. Worst, when I have problem with ...