Apple, the world’s most valuable technology company, is seeking a trademark for “iWatch” in Japan as rival Samsung readies its own wearable computing device. Bloomberg’s Tom Giles reports on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Interesting infographic for those that want to keep track of their finances and stay informed.
Source: Willis Consulting
How to do better in customer retention and customer loyalty is always an interesting topic. After looking at the infographic and who contributed information to it, I am wondering why there are so many big players still not participating in “predictive analytics”.
I remember, before predictive analytics was invented, it was called “take care of your customers, and they will take care of you”.
Over the past decades this easy rule of business has been overlooked and the biggest rewards were, and still are, paid to new customers, which created the revolving door effect. New customer walks in the front door, existing customer walks out the back door. And then the experts were wondering why market share is not improving with so many new customers.
Have a look at this infographic and join me in wondering why an easy business rule can be so complicated and needs research by multiple big shots in order to become credible.
Source: Text: The Main Street Analyst, Infographic IBM
Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu reports that Google is looking to capitalize on its mobile strength to push a gaming console to challenge Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft for control of your living room. She speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
In today’s “Single Best Chart,” Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu displays the declining numbers in the average American household over a 20 year period. She speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
Windows 8 enters the scene with a host of features that make it the right choice for enterprise computing.
This infographic outlines 7 reasons why IT managers should consider switching to Windows 8 for enterprise computing.
HDI and Robert Half Technology present a study that delves into the reasons why it’s so hard to attract and retain good technical support staff. Continue reading