Monthly Archives: September 2011

In defence of Morrisons

Yesterday, Mycustomer.com reported that retailers were losing millions because of poorly integrated touchpoints. It goes on to say many are playing catch-up and can’t understand why “retailers are allowing sub-standard websites to damage online sales opportunities”. Of course in an … Continue reading

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Big data, big opportunity

I visited Adtec today and attended various presentations and seminars. One of these was delivered by Fabric/Infosys and talked about Big data and to kick it off presented some interesting data facts I want to share. You might be surprised to … Continue reading

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The Numbers and Connections

“The success of human beings depends crucially, but precariously, on numbers and connections.” This quotation comes from chapter one titled “The collective brain” in Matt Ridley’s excellent book called “The Rational Optimist“. In this chapter Ridley describes a world that thrived … Continue reading

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npower vs OVO

I have just switched my electricity and gas supply to OVO and it wasn’t a price decision. In fact I have signed up for their green tarrif so I am actually paying a little more, but the stories of great … Continue reading

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Communication is everything

I spotted this yesterday at Tesco’s on City Road – Genius. Check out the white A4 update for opening hours – Every Little Helps.

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