12 Days of ECommerce Christmas: Part 4

Posted by Hannah Gierosky, Michelle Kowalski and Stefanie Rhine

Aug 26, 2014 8:53:00 AM

Although the weather outside is anything but frightful, now is the time to prepare your site for a delightful holiday season. As the traditional 12 Days of Christmas carol illustrates, no one can prepare for the holiday rush in a single day. As our three previous installments (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3) have shown, the 12 Days Carol correlates well with the rush of preparing for holiday shoppers. This final post rounds out the series to ensure that you have the best holiday season yet. 

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Topics: eCommerce, Technology

12 Days of ECommerce Christmas: Part 3

Posted by Hannah Gierosky, Michelle Kowalski and Stefanie Rhine

Aug 21, 2014 9:06:00 AM

Although the weather outside is anything but frightful, now is the time to prepare your site for a delightful holiday season. As the traditional 12 Days of Christmas carol illustrates, no one can prepare for the holiday rush in a single day. We have covered what drummers, pipers, lords, and ladies can do for your eCommerce site. Today the focus is on maids a milking, swans a swimming, geese a laying, and golden rings. Those may not sound like valuable aspects of your eCommerce site, but read on to see how these tips can make a difference for your business this holiday season. 

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Topics: eCommerce

12 Days of ECommerce Christmas: Part 2

Posted by Hannah Gierosky, Michelle Kowalski and Stefanie Rhine

Aug 19, 2014 8:28:00 AM

Although the weather outside is anything but frightful, now is the time to prepare your site for a delightful holiday season. As the traditional 12 Days of Christmas carol illustrates, no one can prepare for the holiday rush in a single day. We have covered what drummers drumming and pipers piping can do for your eCommerce site, and in today’s post we explore how lords a leaping and ladies dancing can affect your site performance.

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Topics: eCommerce

12 Days of ECommerce Christmas: Part 1

Posted by Hannah Gierosky, Michelle Kowalski and Stefanie Rhine

Aug 13, 2014 4:26:00 PM

Although the weather outside is anything but frightful, now is the time to prepare your site for a delightful holiday season. As the traditional 12 Days of Christmas carol illustrates, no one can prepare for the holiday rush in a single day. But what good are French hens and calling birds to your eCommerce site? Read on because it just may surprise you.

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Topics: eCommerce

Four Common B2B eCommerce Challenges and How to Overcome Them

Posted by Bill Onion

Aug 5, 2014 4:19:00 PM

Five years ago, Forbes Insight released it's "Rise of the Digital C-Suite Report" which looked at how executives gathered information. Fifty-three percent (53%) of C-level executives shared they preferred to locate information themselves and 74% said they felt the Internet was a valuable source for information. At a recent IBM webinar, the presenter shared that 70% of B2B leads now originate on the web.  A B2B organization's website becomes a critical tool of the sales team; so how do you make the leap to an eCommerce site?

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Topics: eCommerce

Jason's Zend PHP Certification

Posted by Hannah Gierosky

Jul 30, 2014 10:21:05 AM

Congratulations to our own Jason Young on his most recent certification!

Jason earned the Zend PHP Certification, an accomplishment that was important to him not only professionally, but personally as well.

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Topics: Announcements, Culture

Data Storage, PCI Compliance and Mobile Platforms

Posted by Hannah Gierosky

Jul 28, 2014 5:22:20 PM

One of the many benefits of having an eCommerce site is that your customer can reach you wherever they are through their mobile device. However, the ease of the shopping experience for your customer leads to bigger concerns for the store owner, namely maintaining PCI Compliance on a mobile platform.

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Topics: eCommerce

The 3 Types of JD Edwards Upgrades

Posted by Hannah Gierosky

Jul 23, 2014 4:19:27 PM

A recent IBM article by Chacko Thomas addressed the three different kinds of JD Edwards Upgrades, Technical, Functional and Transformational, and the ways to differentiate between them. Thomas explained:

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Topics: JD Edwards

On Sustainability: A Guest Blog from Fairmount Minerals

Posted by Fairmount Minerals

Jul 21, 2014 5:44:00 PM

Clients frequently ask us what tangible, quantifiable benefits a software implementation or upgrade will provide. In this guest blog, Fairmount Minerals, a leading producer of sand products for the oil and gas, foundry, and glass-making industries and more, describes the savings it realized by reducing the number of bill of lading copies it prints. The project had a synergistic effect because it reduced cost and contributed to the company's 2013 corporate social responsibility objective.

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Topics: Guest Blog

Employee Spotlight: Lee Jayne, IBM Developer

Posted by Lee Jayne

Jul 18, 2014 8:00:00 AM

Get to know our team with our monthly Employee Spotlight. This month's featured Briteskies team member is Lee Jayne.

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Topics: Culture

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