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5 in-store Technologies That Will Save the American mall
It's an understatement to say that American malls are having a hard time. In the next five years, 20 to 25 percent of American malls are set to close, according to Credit Suisse.
Get the Most Out of Git: 7 Best Practices for Budding Developers
If you work with software, like most developers, you probably use Git and know the basics of it. (If not, check out our “How to use git? A beginner’s guide” blog post.) But are you getting the most out of it? Although every team’s workflow is unique, some best practices stay constant. Let’s take a look at a few of my favorites:
How to Manage Your Innovation Team Without Quashing Creativity
When presented with the first iPod prototype, Steve Jobs famously dropped it into an aquarium. The bubbles that rose to the top proved the device could be smaller; it could be better. Since then, Jobs' lesson to Apple engineers has only become more relevant. In a world of ever accelerating change, continuous innovation is the only way companies can stay ahead.
How Apple Wallet Passes & Beacons Will Revolutionize Multiple Industries
Beacons contribute to billions of dollars in retail sales each year, but most use cases for beacons require users to download an app. How can this hurdle be overcome? We’ve actively been exploring other ways companies can use beacons to interact with consumers.
5 Brands That Should Leverage Mobile Beacons Immediately
Beacons are low-cost, small hardware devices that use ‘Bluetooth low energy’ technology to emit a signal that can be picked up by nearby devices. They can be used for greater accuracy in location-based applications, allowing companies to track user trends and provide a more personalized customer experience. We’ve experimented with different use cases for beacons and how they can be used most effectively to reach target audiences.