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Jumio, the leader in digital ID verification, have debuted key findings from a recent survey that evaluated the opinions of more than 700 millennials about their mobile banking experiences.
Shopify’s acquisition of Kit seemed like an intriguing move toward giving small shop owners more of the power of a fully staffed retailer, using virtual assistants to help supplement functions like marketing. Now, Kit’s automated marketing abilities are available to test out for merchants looking to see what the personable bot is capable of before they commit to “hiring” the virtual helper.
If yours was one of the thousands of online stores that suffered from the October 21 distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, you likely saw a decline in sales. Hopefully, that was coupled with an increase in phone calls and emails so you could explain to online shoppers that the issue was beyond your control.
A friend of the author has spent more than the value of his San Antonio home on Amazon Prime in the last five years. That is precisely why the next big battlefield for marketing and advertising lies with artificially intelligent digital agents like Alexa, Siri, Google Assistant, Facebook M, and Cortana.
Over the past decade the internationalization of trade has seen a significant shift in the way businesses sell overseas and nowhere has benefitted to a greater level than the BRICS, MENA and MINT markets.
In software engineering, response time has been always one of the main metrics of overall system quality. For web applications, performance is about how easily users can navigate a website. Any delays or interruptions cause a negative user experience and, as studies show, lead to an increase in the site abandonment rate. Learn why it is important.
Market leaders have many advantages when it comes to adopting new technologies. They have the benefit of size, which can generate economies of scale. They have experience. They sometimes have dedicated technical staff to help them through implementations better and faster than others. Nonetheless, we do not always see them leading the charge to embrace new technologies. Why is that? Why do some companies adapt and flourish more quickly than others in the face of technological change.