While consumer information is very critical, banking apps are designed to provide security from cyber threats. Throughout the software development lifecycle, testers and developers work in harmony to make quality the most important aspect of their products. besides being good at performance, scalable and reliable, these apps have to meet security standards to keep all information safe and secure.
While shopping for a POS system takes a lot of research and the right investment, one of the most important parts of getting a new POS system is implementing it into your current operations. Once you’ve introduced your system to your business, it’s essential to train your staff and make sure they know how to make the best of its capabilities.
Everyone knows theft is a big problem in retail. Not only do shop owners have to guard against shoplifters and scammers, but the sad reality is retailers also must constantly deal with employee theft.
It’s time for supply chains to break out of the mindset of being led by the transaction. The message resonated when Gartner’s Tom Enright and Bart DeMuynck presented a look into what’s on the horizon as supply chains grow more intelligence-driven and begin to utilize those insights to serve customers in new and innovative ways.
E-commerce applications are commonly used by online business applications for selling and buying products. In the 21st century, digital shopping has taken back the brick-and-mortar stores. Just like other applications, e-commerce software supports business operations like online funds transfer, inventory and supply chain management. Developers devise strategies to introduce user-friendly features to enhance user experience.
Imagine being trapped in a place where you are constantly working hard with the maximum concentration. Now imagine that by the end of the day you realize that despite all the hard work you did, there is nothing in your credits and someone else takes credits of all your hard work and efficiency. Pretty horrible, Right? Believe it or not but that’s exactly what most of the automation testing tools are doing with you.
Managing your business requires proper tools and software. In the era of technology, when everything is being automated, businesses need to adopt them without thinking for a second. When it comes to real estate business, a plethora of tools and software can offer realtors a number of benefits. From lead generation to property management and video editing to expense tracking, these tools and software can help them without being laid off.
If you didn’t offer gift cards this past holiday season, you might have missed out on a great opportunity to boost your sales revenue. In 2015, around 73% of adult Americans purchased at least one gift card during the holiday season. In Canada, 87% of adults have both purchased and received gift cards. The same research states that the majority of consumers enjoy receiving gift cards because they can then pick the gift they really want. The benefits of having a gift card & loyalty program at your business are substantial!
Accessibility testing is a subset of usability testing that is performed to ensure that application being tested is usable by people with disabilities (physical, vision, cognitive, hearing, etc.). According to the World Report on Disability (WRD), more than 1 billion persons in the world have some form of disability. People with disabilities face numerous challenges and one of them is unemployment.
Businesses are evolving at a breakneck speed and with growing digital transformation, everything is becoming automated. Rapid software launches are the demand of this era along with quality features. Moreover, customers expect that the applications provide a seamless user experience. In the retail industry, POS, e-commerce, mobile payments, data analytics for consumer behavior, etc. are the new trends. Automation testing helps to manage huge test volumes and earn profits from digital transformation. It is not possible to achieve the desired results in the current era without opening doors to automated testing.
It all began in 2015 with some regional grocery chains. The primary reason for this was that store management felt their grocery consumer base would perceive a level of retailer distrust through the installation of traditional looking EAS gates. Our response was a dual-purpose, industry-first Media Portal - EAS Gate, a 72” tall sleek attractively designed housing with two digital signs playing intriguing content for customers and asset protection for the store.
Retail is undergoing a major sea change as retailers reshape the shopping experience. As consumers become more demanding thanks to the conveniences of online shopping, savvy retailers are making strides to replicate – or even surpass that experience – at physical locations. Retailers who make customer-centric decisions, investing in stores, technology, fulfillment and customer service teams will stand to profit.
With the beginning of 2019, we have witnessed many interesting technologies that are going to shape the methodology systems are designed in this year.
Here are the top three trends happening in retail this year and our predictions for what’s going to be big next year.
Coach has recently announced that the company will no longer be selling fur products for ethical reasons. The decision came after similar announcements from other fashion retail competitors such as Gucci, DKNY, Versace, Burberry and Columbia Sportswear. The decision to drop fur, or any other category/sub-category of product, isn’t an easy one for retailers, especially those in high-end fashion retailing. It means asking a lot of questions to understand what would happen and what the implications could mean for the business. Questions that involve the kind of data that people can’t process without the right tools and solutions. Generally speaking, we know that there are two main routes dropping fur could go for a fashion retailer:
Online shopping can actually be quite stressful but leveraging a chatbot with strong functionalities can relieve shoppers of these stresses and make shopping productive, timely, and enjoyable once more.
Modern retailers understand the core benefits of leveraging the power of Predictive Analytics and Artificial Intelligence. Predictive Analytics accounts for all of your company’s relevant data at a micro-level, identifies your business’ trends, opportunities, and influencing factors. It makes recommendations to retailers that will help them increase forecast accuracy, reduce inventory costs, increase in sales, and maintain high customer satisfaction levels.
Mobile point of sale (mPOS) systems are experiencing explosive growth in the retail sector. For smaller retailers, mPOS represents an opportunity to expand the flexibility of their POS options, and to reconfigure customer interactions and fundamental store design concepts. Learn how mPOS may eliminate the need for a traditional cash wrap, while improve the entire in-store experience for customers.
Retailers of any size can now use image and vision technology to improve the shopping experience and profitability. This first article in a five-part series covers automation of the retail supply chain, including improving bar code accuracy and reliability, shipping efficiency, and ensuring label compliance.
The in-store shopping experience must improve to keep customers coming back. Find out how image and vision technology can help create an effortless in-store experience.