Author: Marcell Gogan

The world we live in becomes more globalized every day, and just like people, the goods that we use are constantly on the move. Each time goods made in foreign country land in a consumer’s hands, that product spent time crisscrossing borders, passing through customs, and traveling by land, air, and sea to reach its destination. With all these moving parts, the field of logistics – the intricate coordination of all the people, equipment, and materials involved in manufacturing and delivering goods – has become overwhelmingly reliant on advanced technological systems. In the past, a single facility could track the…

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The Covid-19 Pandemic has been raging across the world leaving almost all industries and workers impacted in some way. The real estate industry in particular has seen colossal waves as a result of COVID’s ever-increasing impact. As unemployment rates among all industries have skyrocketed, many homeowners and renters find themselves unable to pay their landlords, in addition, home loan requirements have sharply risen, and home sales are predicted to decline more than 15% throughout 2020. Thankfully, technologies such as virtual reality tours and stronger online presences have been helping those in the real estate industry find innovative new ways to…

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It’s important for business of all shapes and sizes and across all industries to keep up with innovative ideas and cutting-edge technology. Artificial intelligence (AI) and blockchain are two such technologies. One company that understands this very well is Hyperlink InfoSystem—a large app development company with a long list of clients from countries all around the world. Harnil Orza, the CEO of Hyperlink InfoSystem says, “We’re going to connect the lives of people in the world by implementing AI and Blockchain technologies. We’ve devised a massive plan to build apps within AI and blockchain frameworks.” Future conversations and transactions are…

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Based on recent developments by Slack and Hubspot, enterprises have been rushing to try out their latest improvements. Learn more about them in this post. Chatbots. Everyone knows and loves them. Two of the largest online communication platforms Slack and Hubspot have made recent developments through creating apps and chatbots. Let’s take a closer look at Slack and Hubspot, and how chatbots can transform productivity. What is Slack? Slack is a communication tool that allows for team communication on multiple devices. While the app looks simple at first, there are some powerful features that have helped make this one of…

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Are mass email newsletters used for promo campaigns only? Obviously, not. Mass emails are required both for B2C and B2B. But not all business emails drive good results. First of all, you should search for well-structured business HTML email tempates. Second of all, be sure to make your emails highly informative. Third of all, send them on time! And stick to the ground rules, mentioned above. Before diving into the rules and ideas on how to make business emails performing, let’s define the main differences between promo and business emails. As we know, the primary goal of promo newsletters is…

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Marijuana laws are tricky. As the United States attempts to figure out how to approach a subject that has been debated heavily, and how public perception has changed, the laws are essentially stuck playing catch up. Marijuana opponents build websites to project their views of what some still view as a dangerous drug. Meanwhile, others build sites for their dispensary partners or to inform the general public about the truth and dispel myths. Others still focus on everything from smoking/vaping apparatus to alternatives to inhalation. Regardless, medical marijuana websites are popping up more and more by the day as more…

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CRM

Having a good customer support system is important for a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) business. It will place your business ahead of your competition more than pricing. In fact, customers are more likely to pay 25 percent more for an enhanced customer experience. That being said, let’s look at some of the best practices used to make a successful live chat for SaaS. Knowing them will help your company deliver value, which in turn, will retain more customers. Use Behavior Transcripts Don’t just this a random message to your visitors: “Any questions?” While this is better than nothing, it doesn’t build a…

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There are many different kinds of developers that you can hire, and a dedicated development team is seen as one of the most effective. Read on to learn more. Gone are the days of having to hire in-house developers to ensure that you get quality work. Many businesses used to be scared of contracting work out to mercenary developers, but the internet landscape has changed so much since then that you may actually prefer them to in-house workers. Of course, there are many different kinds of developers that companies can contract their work out to, and they can have various…

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Due to some of Shopify’s recent updates, many eCommerce stores are making the migration from Magento to Shopify. One of those recent updates from Shopify is the recently announced new analytics tool for merchants. This tool allows Shopify merchants to understand the flow of their businesses and better understand their buyers’ behaviors. This means that merchants have access to their new online store analytics. These analytics include conversions, items added to the cart, data on sessions, and much more. With this report, merchants can receive a better understanding of how their customers engage with their store and make more effective…

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Ukraine is exploding as a resource for IT outsourcing and software development. A 2-year old Ukranian startup was bought by Snapchat for $150 million. Let those numbers sink in for a minute. This is a pacesetter as to how outsourcing and IT has developed. Looksery developed facial recognition technology that Snapchat uses in its filter lens to allow for real-time video editing. Also, Google paid around $45 million for facial recognition software. Just like Snapchat, the company was based in Ukraine. These examples and recent technology breakthroughs are due to the strong foundation created by previous software, such as Paymentwall.…

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