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RAMP MOBILE TECHNOLOGY SERIES

  • Mobility Will Drive The Miami Dolphins' Customer Experience

    The NFL live experience is challenged by the increasing quality of the at-home experience. Still, there is nothing like attending an NFL game live, and the Miami Dolphins aim to make the experience in their stadium the best it can be. Put in charge of the fan experience from a technology standpoint is Tery Howard, SVP and CTO with the club. Here we will discuss how mobility and loyalty tie in with the fan experience now and into the future.

  • How Mobile Helps JetBlue Take Off

    JetBlue is built on providing an exceptional customer experience. A large part of the company’s success relies on the mobile customer experience, since most of the consumer interactions take place away from home. Here we ask Jonathan Stephan, head of mobile and emerging technologies at JetBlue, a few questions about his approach to mobility and how it works for all types of retail.

  • Location-Based Marketing Is More Than Just Mobile Advertising

    Asif Khan, founder and president of the Location Based Marketing Association (LBMA), is an expert when it comes to location-based and mobile marketing. To Asif, “Location based marketing is the intersection of people, places, and media.” 

  • How Mobility Is Changing Retail

    Christina Garcia, Senior Manager Retail Systems at OfficeMax, took an interesting route to working with mobility in the stores. She started as an engineer doing web development and managing ecommerce sites and later joined OfficeMax in the ecommerce department.

  • Mobility — Fueling The Store Of The Future

    Technology is driving change throughout the retail enterprise, and mobility in the store is a huge part of this change.

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Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions is retail’s first choice for integrated in-store solutions. With a global team of dedicated business partners, we deliver innovative commerce solutions that transform checkout, provide seamless consumer interactions and optimize retail operations that are changing the retail landscape. To learn more, visit www.toshibagcs.com

Direct Source Direct Source provides cutting-edge in-store mobility solutions, including full mobile payment. Retailers have complex requirements when it comes to implementing customer-facing mobile technology that meets shopper demands. In addition, store operations need the right mobile technology for efficient inventory management. Direct Source helps retailers evaluate how mobile can improve the overall store and shopper experience. Look to Direct Source for mobile hardware, app development, and nationwide integration and installation.

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  • Mobility Will Drive The Miami Dolphins' Customer Experience

    The NFL live experience is challenged by the increasing quality of the at-home experience. Still, there is nothing like attending an NFL game live, and the Miami Dolphins aim to make the experience in their stadium the best it can be. Put in charge of the fan experience from a technology standpoint is Tery Howard, SVP and CTO with the club. Here we will discuss how mobility and loyalty tie in with the fan experience now and into the future.

  • Mobile Devices In Retail — Apple Takes The Lead

    Mobility is taking retail by storm. For an industry notoriously slow to implement new technologies, retail has embraced mobility like no other technology before. Here, Brad Fick, owner and president of Direct Source, discusses the reasons for mobility’s rise in retail.

  • The Location Based Marketing Association Podcast - Episode 150

    Welcome to episode #150. Rogers has a busy week launching alerts and partnering with Sprint on the connected car; Citi Field tests Apple’s iBeacon; Placeable helps you “Plot” your data; Metaio gives us car manuals in Google Glass; Footlocker gives you 46 quadrillion shoe choices; EyeQuant raises money to take eye tracking into the real world. Our mobile minute with Chuck Martin focuses on how mobile payments will be a more natural part of our day; Our resource of the week is an infographic entitled Mobile Commerce is Growing; Our special guest is Jonathan Treiber, CEO of RevTrax.

  • How To Build Loyalty Without A Loyalty Program

    Alon Brands, operator of 300 7-11 convenience stores and fuel supplier for 500 others, builds loyalty through brand recognition, rather than points and a card.

  • charming charlie Glams Up Its Store Operations With Opterus Store Ops-Center

    With Store Ops-Center, charming charlie consistently hits 99% for messages-read compliance and tasks completed.

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REMEMBERING MELISSA MORRISSEY

  • Remembering Melissa Morrissey

    Every once in a while during the span of our careers, we encounter a person that approaches their job and their industry and their peers and their partners with such zeal and enthusiasm and conviction, that you go away from the interaction feeling that if you could approach your own career with half the energy of the person you just interacted with, you’d be twice as good at your own job.

COMPLIMENTARY WORKSHOP QUESTIONNAIRE

Dear October RAMP Attendees,

We’re excited to bring you a second Retailer workshop October 28th in Chicago IL.  --INTERACTIVE RETAILER WORKSHOP—dedicated to discussing the brand-new challenges and opportunities in payments. This complimentary workshop will cover a host of topics on Emerging Payment Options, Mobile Transacting and Digital Marketing, and What to do About EMV. 

So that we can further tailor the workshop to exceed your expectations and be relevant to you, please take a few minutes to tell us about your business needs using the link below.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GN65HWN

RAMP WEBINARS

  • How Your Mobile App Can Breathe New Life Into Brick And Mortar

    Michaels Stores, Inc. is North America's largest specialty retailer of arts, crafts, framing, floral, wall décor and seasonal merchandise for the hobbyist and do-it-yourself home decorator. The company also happens to have been highly effective at capitalizing upon the latest advances in mobile technology. 

  • How Coca-Cola Is Leveraging Cashless Strategies To Enhance Customer Loyalty

    Coca-Cola Vending is rapidly expanding cashless on its vending machines as more and more consumers want to pay with credit/debit cards and mobile wallets. Isis is providing Coca-Cola the ability to extend Coca-Cola's loyalty program, My Coke Rewards, to their vending machines. Consumers are able to pay and get rewarded with a single tap of their phone offering a better overall purchasing experience.

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