I am currently attending and reporting from the National Retail Federation’s Big Show 2020, where over 40,000 people from over 400 countries will flock to New York City’s Javits Convention Center over three days to see 400+ speakers in 200+ sessions. Incredible numbers. The first day was as busy as
Traditional retailing is going through a difficult period of transition with stores closing and retail space occupancy rates falling. But some of the empty space is being occupied by newcomers to the High Street who see big benefits in having a physical presence to get closer to the customer and
Microsoft and SAP are two of the biggest names in enterprise computing so when these two giants announce that they are to work more closely together in cloud computing, the shock waves will be felt widely in the industry. Should Openbravo customers be concerned? The answer is a definite “no”.