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This post is part of a two part series written by Atul Phadnis. It originally appeared on the Mashery Developer Blog. Read the first part here. "What time is it?" may never be answered the same way...
by Atul Phadnis / September 10, 2014
When you think of IoT, what immediately pops into your head are usually images of things like wearables, connected thermostats or perhaps a refrigerator that orders groceries for you. But what is...
by Jim Hudak / September 09, 2014
This post was inspried by a webinar How APIs Deliver Exceptional User Experience featuring News Corp. For the full webinar click here. When you are one of the largest media corporations in the world...
by Megan Gebhart / August 21, 2014
Retailers constantly strive to attract new customers and reach operational precision. However, it has become increasingly difficult for them to achieve these core goals via traditional methods..
by Jay Manciocchi / August 14, 2014
Join Gartner Research Vice President, Paolo Malinverno, and Intel® Services Head of Product, Chris Lippi, as they discuss the future of the digital economy and the evolution of API management August...
by Jay Manciocchi / July 31, 2014
This is a guest post from Alex, our fantastic West Coast summer intern. It originally appeared on the Mashery Developers Blog. In late June I had the extraordinary privilege of being invited to...
by Mashery / July 09, 2014
Yesterday’s article in the Wall Street Journal, titled “The Myth of the Omnichannel Retailer,” illuminated some startling facts about how many retailers are reaching their omnichannel potential....
by Tom St. Onge / June 05, 2013
Forrester Research predicts that by 2016, U.S. cross-channel sales will be $1.660 trillion and that more than half of all retail sales will be either online or web-influenced.
by Tom St. Onge / May 16, 2013
Success in retail equals selling more and more “things”. For traditional brick and mortar retailers, that means getting people in the doors and keeping them there long enough to make a purchase. ...
by Sasha Kamenetska / April 02, 2013