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1111, 2016

A recipe for project management success

By |November 11th, 2016|Project Management|0 Comments

Having been involved in both large and small projects, my experiences have shown that certain key factors lead to a successful outcome.

Based on these experiences, here are some of the most important elements of project management that could make the difference between failure or success.

Management buy-in. Demonstrable management support and commitment is essential for every […]

911, 2016

Software implementation insights

By |November 9th, 2016|Software Implementation|0 Comments

Great, you have chosen your software solution and the solution provider! Now what?
The most important part of any implementation is the Project Kick Off Workshop.  This will define who will be part of the project team from both your organisation and the solution provider, and allocate resources who have a responsibility to ensure successful delivery […]

811, 2016

South Africans continue to opt for in-store shopping experiences

By |November 8th, 2016|In-store Shopping|0 Comments

I recently read an article, “Death of the High Street greatly exaggerated,” by Anthony Strzalex, which really piqued my interest. He was commenting on a UK report which found that 75% of consumers would not desert the High Street for online shopping.

Although the report examined the UK market, countries like South Africa often follow global […]

106, 2015

Mobile Retail Finds New Purpose – Benchmark Report 2015

By |June 1st, 2015|Retail|0 Comments

Retailers are finding  consumers more demanding due to technology available at their finger tips.  It is difficult to fathom how quickly retail is changing as a result of smart mobile devices.  It is no secret that retailers are no longer in control, and the question has quickly become “What can we do to get back […]

106, 2015

Vanilla is the new buzz word for Retail Solutions

By |June 1st, 2015|Retail|0 Comments

Retailers presenting at a vendor hosted conference recently used the term “vanilla” as apositive or aspirational term when describing their technology implementations and/or implementation plans. I find this really an exciting prospect. Have we finally reached a point where technology vendors are providing truly configurable solutions that can support almost all retail requirements? Likewise have […]