To support marketing efforts, we designed this 4 x 4″ postcard for our client, Brix Chocolate.
Our client, Xeo Software, just published its first white paper, “Solve Business Problems with Mass Customization Software.”
You can download the free white paper here.
E-mail marketing works. A client shared:
“Just wanted to let you all know, 2 minutes after the email hit I got a phone call from a customer… stating they just got an email from us and wanted to get [product]! Nice! Its always good to see marketing work that quick!”
IRG delivered full management of broadband services, firewall and VoIP, along with industry partners, to over 800 locations.
Nationwide Insurance has grown over 80 years to become one of the largest insurance and financial services companies in the world, with more than $135 billion in statutory assets. The company provides services to both individuals and businesses.
Nationwide boasts over 10,000 corporate office associates and an additional 30,000 associates in other locations.
Nationwide Insurance had been using a very cost-prohibitive MPLS T-1 network. While the infrastructure was stable, it was low-speed and didn’t bring the flexibilities a new IPsec (Internet Protocol Security) network would provide. The company was seeking a managed service provider that would create a fully-managed, high-speed, low-cost broadband over a layer 3 network infrastructure. It was important to Nationwide that the provider be hardware-agnostic in its approach, and was capable of implementing and managing the underlying VPN firewall device. Further, the company was interested in discovering how a new managed service provider could help them leverage the potential of the new IPsec network to include options such as VoIP.
Hudson Group Selects Industry Retail Group for WAN Design, Implementation, and Support
Back in 1895, Daniel Swarovski pursued his dream of creating a crystal so perfect that it captured both the eye and the heart. Swarovski, now the undisputed world leader in cut crystal has remained fully independent since its foundation in Wattens, Austria.
The company employs over 25,000 people and maintains a presence in more than 120 countries worldwide. Today, the name of Swarovski stands for exacting workmanship, quality and creativity all over the world.
Hudson Group is a privately held corporation that operates more than 750 premier newsstands, bookstores and specialty retail stores in 67 airports and transportation terminals throughout North America. The company’s flagship concept, Hudson News, is North America’s only national newsstand brand.
Under the familiar blue sign can be found the most complete selection of magazines in the transportation industry, along with books, newspapers, and a wide variety of travelers’ necessities, snacks and bottled soft drinks.
Hudson Group specialty retail shops include such proprietary brands as Hudson Booksellers, Kids Works, Euro Cafe, $10/$15 Boutique, and more. National brands partnering with Hudson Group include Discovery Channel, CNN, Crabtree & Evelyn, Roots, House of Blues, Sunglass Hut, Life Is Good and Quiznos.
Hudson’s Executive Management team is committed to driving revenue for airport partners and maintaining a high level of customer satisfaction. They looked to Industry Retail Group (IRG) to provide them with a turnkey, PCI-Compliance assisting, Wide-Area-Network (WAN).
Quiksilver designs, produces and distributes clothing, accessories and related products for young-minded people and develops brands that represent a casual lifestyle driven from a boardriding heritage.
Quiksilver’s authenticity is evident in its innovative products, events and retail environments across the globe.
In addition to their own retail loctions, Quiksilver’s products are sold throughout the world, primarily in surf shops, skate shops and other specialty stores that provide authentic retail experience for its customers.
Quiksilver sought a managed service provider equipped to deliver turnkey solutions for all of its locations. The company needed a cost effective, PCI-complaint network to keep pace with the growing retail chain. Further, Quiksilver intended to continue utilizing their network to power broadband-enabled applications for such future applications like VoIP, Store Traffic Counters, and Dynamic Signage.
RDT’s offering has expanded to include an entire suite of retail automation applications.
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 02, 2012
RDT Systems, a fully-integrated retail POS solution, announced its new website, found at www.rdtsystems.com. Since 1999, the company has provided an expanding suite of services to retailers including:
- Point of Sale systems
- Inventory management
- Customer relationship management (CRM)
- Loyalty programs
- Gift card management
- Wholesale order applications
Andrew Scott, Chief technology Officer, shared, “RDT Systems was originally established as a POS technology company serving retailers. Over the years, RDT’s offering has expanded to include an entire suite of retail automation applications, and delivering these solutions to multiple verticals. Our new website is a better reflection of the scope of RDT’s offering.”
Someone recently shared he did not want social media icons like Facebook and LinkedIn on his new website. He felt they were distracting and would only drive visitor traffic away from his business website.
To those engaged in social media, his idea might sound terrible. That’s because it is. On the surface, keeping prospects on your website and less distracted sounds right, but it’s missing the entire point – and opportunities – of social media.
The point of social media is to connect with people in the way they prefer. It’s letting them form the relationship on their own terms. Some people are nearly addicted to Twitter while others feel it’s a waste of time. The point is to share your content on various social media. It’s simply showing up where your customers and prospects can get to know you before they become your customer. This is especially true in B2B marketing.
A website is designed to increase your business. However, long before prospects answer your call to, “Buy from us,” they will more likely answer your call to, “Get to know us.”
So, yes, social media icons on your website will drive visitor traffic away from your website. If your site visitors like what they see on your social media accounts, they are sure to return your site for more, and eventually buy from you.
The company explains mass custom software, and compares its cost and efficiency to mass production software. The white paper is available for free download.
SAN ANTONIO, TX, December 20, 2011 – Xeo Software, a leading provider of custom software applications and technology solutions, announced the publication of its white paper entitled, “Solve Business Problems with Mass Customization Software.”
Many companies operate their businesses using mass-produced, off-the-shelf software. While this is useful for common office applications, business inefficiency is inevitable when spreadsheets are used to operate the business. To gain competitive advantage and ultimately increase revenue, businesses in any industry can benefit from software designed to meet unique businesses processes and challenges.