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Location Based Shorts Ep 16 A FREE Route Optimisation trial for New Zealand deliveries, sales and service companies

Have you noticed that traffic in New Zealand cities seems to be worse at Level 1 of the COVID19 lockdown than it was even before the pandemic hit? Are you in the distribution, freight or service industries? Or perhaps you … Continue reading

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Some NYC Taxis to Get GPS-Based Fare Meters Under Pilot Program – eWeek

The GPS meters would make fares more accurate and streamline the path for new taxi apps and other future changes, says report. Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.eweek.com They used to say that New York cabbies were great listeners. If their … Continue reading

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Uber riders can now earn points at luxury hotels

In-between shenanigans, Uber actually offers a pretty nice car service, and users are about to get a perk besides free water: points from chi-chi hotelier Starwood. Source: http://www.msn.com A few years ago I wrote about a blog about a  book … Continue reading

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iBeacons and the future of retail shopping: Consumers are ready, but are retailers?

See on Scoop.it – Location Is Everywhere Not only do most people now use mobile apps to help them shop in stores, but more consumers would rather consult their smartphone for input than a sales associate. Luigi Cappel‘s insight: Relevance … Continue reading

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Blogfade..Are You Guilty? (Read Time: Under a minute)

Blogfade, you may not have heard the term before, but that doesn’t mean you’re not guilty of it. Blogfade is when you set up a blog and start posting to it and then you forget all about it, or the … Continue reading

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Your 2013 Business Plan – People Do Business With People

This may sound a bit obvious but it is amazing how low on the scale of considerations people, aka customers, rank, in the context of the annual business plan which many people are starting to to work on in January. … Continue reading

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What Would Google Do?

One of my favourite reads over the last couple of years has been Jeff Jarvis’ book entitled What Would Google Do? Given their phenomenal and ongoing success Google continue to innovate and reinvent themselves. This is something that most companies … Continue reading

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