The infographic has some interesting data points that help you compare smartwatches at multiple price points. For example, Pebble offers good value-for-money (although it does not have a camera or a game-changer screen). Similarly, the price difference between established brands, such as Qualcomm and Samsung, is not much. Display technologies and integration with fitness apps, whether through Bluetooth or other modes, are important for smartwatches,. Their importance highlights one of the most critical use cases for smartwatches: tracking fitness activity.
Piper Jaffray’s James Marsh discusses the prices of movie tickets with Adam Johnson on “The Next Big Trade” on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Buyers are more knowledgeable, more connected and busier. Salespeople must evolve and sell value. The writing is on the wall: Be #RELEVANT or #DELETED!
- No more me, me, me! It’s all about the customer. #SALES Be #RELEVANT or #DELETED [infographic]
- Rapid emergence of social web changes everything. #SALES Be #RELEVANT or #DELETED [infographic]
- Price is less of a differentiator (5%) than #SALES experience (79%). Be #RELEVANT [infographic]
- #SALES reps aren’t prepared for 1st meeting 56% of time. Be #RELEVANT or #DELETED [infographic]
- Remote #SALES eclipsing f2f. Update your toolkit! Be #RELEVANT or #DELETED [infographic]
- Your customers want expertise. Package & share useful info. Be #RELEVANT or #DELETED [infographic]
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Google’s cloud service is serious about taking on the competition. This infographic compares Google Drive to its top three competitors: Dropbox, Microsoft’s Skydrive, and Apple’s iCloud. Besides comparing size, pricing, and platform support, we also take a look at a brief history of these cloud services.
Netflix is in the news for a few days now, and the news is not good. The stock took a major hit over the past days and went down to $155.00.
Where is that stock going? Well, Netflix was for while the top address for movies (I wonder why). They had a good business model, though. For a low fixed price one could watch movies in DVD format. Clearly, the price and the service provided was outstanding. However, it wasn’t very difficult to figure out that DVD mailing is not the future of watching movies Continue reading
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