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Monthly archives: July, 2019

Turning Research Into Product

Oracle just published some commissioned research that gives us insights into both CRM generally and the times we live in. A study of more than 1,100 people across several generations found the following: Almost half of consumers have blacklisted a brand as the result of a bad experience; more than one-third of consumers said they would never shop with a company again after just one bad experience.

Google, VMware Partnership Extends Hybrid Cloud Reach

Google Cloud and VMware have announced Google Cloud VMware Solution by CloudSimple, a service that lets organizations run VMware workloads in Google Cloud Platform on premises, in a hybrid architecture, or in the cloud.

3 Ways Marketing Solves Business Problems

Marketing professionals play a big role in helping businesses succeed by building brand loyalty. Recent studies have shown that over the last 19 years the average human attention span has fallen from 12 seconds to eight seconds.

How to Compete With Big Retail by Optimizing Your Product Page

Congratulations! You’ve succeeded in driving online traffic to your product page. So why aren’t customers actually clicking ‘Add to Cart’? Making successful e-commerce conversions, or transforming your website’s visitors into actual paying customers, isn’t an easy feat.

Recipe for CX Success: Combine Context From Conversations With Speech Analytics

The contact center uses familiar benchmarks to determine if a call, chat or email is successful or not. Call metrics such as net promoter score, handle time, and amount of silence are correlated with positive or negative outcomes. However, insights from speech analytics technology prove that these metrics only tell part of the story

Automation: Helping SMBs Cut the Gordian Knot of Transaction Tax

Finance and accounting technology became the No. 1 software budgeting priority for small and mid-sized businesses, according to a survey conducted last year. Almost 54 percent of respondents were budgeting to invest in accounting tools in the next 12 to 24 months, with those in the retail industry specifically forecasting to spend between $30,000 and $40,000.

Timely Antitrust Investigation

The DoJ is opening antitrust investigations into some of the biggest tech companies around, including Facebook, Google, Amazon and others. This is nothing that either the public or the companies involved should fret about.

Salesforce’s Road to China

It was bound to happen. Salesforce was going to China at some point, and it announced that action this week saying it was partnering with Alibaba.

Understanding the IP Policy Changes Coming to Amazon Sellers

Amazon is keenly interested in protecting the intellectual property rights of its third-party sellers because the company depends upon them for their long-term success.

Boost Your CRM With IaaS

CRM systems are the lifeblood of many businesses, and the volume of customer data within them keeps growing as companies digitize more processes. That data often is not being used to its full potential, beyond basic reporting on sales metrics and marketing campaigns

Square Opens Robotic Photo Studio for SMB Etailers

The newly launched Square Photo Studio leverages state-of-the-art robotics to offer etailers professional-grade product photography. For $10, clients can get three high-resolution, multi-angle digital photos of a product

Equifax Data Breach Settlement No Wrist Slap

The FTC announced that Equifax has agreed to pay a minimum of $575 million as part of a global settlement of claims against it arising from a 2017 data breach that affected 147 million Americans. The settlement with the FTC, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and 50 states and territories potentially could reach $700 million. In its complaint against Equifax the FTC alleged that the credit reporting agency failed to secure a massive amount of personal information stored on its network.

AI in Healthcare: Independent Living for Consumers

AI applied to healthcare includes a collection of technologies that enable machines to sense, interpret, act and learn. AI implementations for digital health can be relatively simple when they are focused largely on personal patient engagement, or vastly complex when working with big data sets, highly specialized diagnostics, and the workflows of multiple highly complicated organizations.

The Witcher: First trailer shows Henry Cavill in action as hero Geralt – CNET

At San Diego Comic-Con 2019, we finally got a look at Cavill battling evil in the Netflix adaptation.

CBS channels get blackout on DirecTV and other AT&T services – CNET

A dispute over rates means TV viewers in cities across the US can’t watch CBS offerings.

Cadillac drivers can now find and pay for parking from their dashboards

Cadillac hopes to make parking easier with a new embedded feature that allows drivers to find, reserve, and pay for parking spaces from their dashboard.

The AudioQuest DragonFly Cobalt digital converter: The cure for the Bluetooth blues? – CNET

The AudioQuest DragonFly Cobalt is just the ticket for audiophiles who’ve resisted the Bluetooth trend and still want to enjoy their wired headphones.

Schiit’s new audiophile amplifier is a slam dunk winner – CNET

The Schiit Ragnarok 2 is the rare purist audiophile amp designed and built in the US. It’s selling for $1,499.

Every Alexa Built-in phone that can access Amazon’s assistant on the move

If you’ve got your Amazon Echo, Echo Show, and Fire TV set up, you might want a phone that’s just as tied into your Amazon-based A.I. network. Here’s every Alexa Built-in smartphone you can buy from Amazon right now.

Sigma 40mm F1.4 Art lens review

40mm is an awkward focal length, but the Sigma 40mm F1.4 Art is so good that you’ll want to use it in place of your 35 or 50mm. Extremely sharp across the frame, it’s one of the best prime lenses we’ve ever tested.

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