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The introduction of new technology and devices brought with it an abundance of information that allowed consumers to take control of their own buying decisions without the need for brand guidance/influence. However, successful brands have the ability to take back that control, by using the right technology to analyze individual spending behavior of their customer base and pin point loyal and revenue-driving customers to continue targeting, avoiding those who might cause more work than they’re worth (making constant returns, minuscule but timely complaints, etc.). In order to do so, brands need a robust system in place that helps to collect consumer data and spending behavior for in-depth analysis.
Once target customers are identified, brands will still need to meet heightened customer expectations by leveraging purchase data for individual contextual marketing in order to identify buying patterns in real-time and tailor marketing collateral based on what customers might be looking for when browsing the site or in the store. In doing so, they will regain control by choosing who they’d like to target (ex. loyal, revenue-driving consumers) and will also recognize up to a 9% uplift in revenue sales, if executed properly.
Join us for this amazing conversation with Johann Wrede, Global Senior Director, Solution Marketing, SAP Customer Engagement,on how brands are regaining control from consumers.
John Kempf interviews Sjoerd Smits on Plant Sap Analysis Technology. Sjoerd is co-owner and consultant at HortiNova Group in the Netherlands.
HortiNova provides crop consultancy service for growers. They specialize in keeping crops healthy through optimal fertilization and soil / substrate conditions, with a minimum input of chemical pesticides and fertilizer.
Plant sap analyses are used to “read” the crop nutritional deficiencies or excesses very early when the crop doesn’t visually show signs yet. Correcting these deficiencies or excesses will increase plant health. Sjoerd, through HortiNova, closely works together with Nova Crop Control who performs these analyses in the Netherlands.
Crop Health Laboratories is now facilitating sap analysis services in the United States.
Listen to John and Sjoerd discuss the many benefits of sap analysis and how it compares to tissue analysis.
This is a pre-recorded interview. No live calls will be taken.
Are Your Technology Affairs In Order?!
Lil' Suburban Homestead
on American Preppers Radio!
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Preppers are preppers because they have the food, the bug out bags, and everything prepared for an unforeseen and unfortunate event…but maybe they don’t have everything prepared. For example many people do not have technology preparations in place including important documents you may need in an emergency.
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HAVE YOU ALREADY BEEN BRAINWASHED BY TECHNOLOGY... Cairo Qween's Taste Of Technology with Co-Host Juarez Jackson PRE ?#BlackFriday? show. I cannot wait Matthew C. Jamesis coming on air to talk about the new APP we are launching at SBC.IT ?#Disrupt? Technology! GET READY TO SYNC - A - LIKE! Tonight @ 8pm
Hour one: Slimware Utilities. Mr. Kevin Thomas, Product Director.
Tune in to hear Kevin discuss Windows 10 and the issue of privacy. This will lead into the topic of Slimware's new feature in SlimCleaner Plus – Privacy Tools.
Hour two: Stevens Institute of Technology. Dr. Andrew L. Russell, Director, Program in Science & Technology Studies. Dr. Robin Hammerman, Professor.
Both of tonight's guests discuss who Ada Lovelace was, her contributions to the field of Computer Science, and why is there an Ada Lovelace Day.
Dr Lan and Bill Crampton Talk About Planning and Implementing Innovative Education Technology. Welcome and thank you for listening to our radio broadcast. From E P N News in our digital broadcast center in New York, welcome to, Education World News, with David Ewen. Our guests today are Dr. Sikun Lan and Education Technology. Dr. Sikun Lan, co-founder of Dr. Lan Academy, is the author of the just released book, "Major Differences Between Traditional Education and Education in the High Tech Era". A CD, under the same name, by Dr. Lan, is available online on Amazon.com. His Website is www.DrLanAcademy.com. Bill Crampton is the CEO of BoomBridge, Inc., and a recognized expert on China business and language training. BoomBridge offers complete solutions for students, teachers, individuals, and corporations to learn about China. His website is www.BoomBridge.com. . Both Dr. Lan and Mr. Crampton join us by phone to talk about the recent developments in education at Dr. Lan Academy and Boom Bridge. Bill's podcast is http://chinalastweek.libsyn.com/
Cairo Qween's Taste Of Technology with Co-Host Juarez Jackson
To Mike Watson, innovation only matters if it’s meaningful, and it requires equal parts ingenuity and action. His unique ability to balance technology development with consumer needs has been instrumental in driving Cree’s climbing position as the world’s fastest growing lighting company, and Most Innovative Company in Energy (Fast Company, 2015). Technology disruption is embedded in his DNA. Built on a foundation of engineering, strategic innovation and commercializing new technologies – as VP of product strategy at Cree, Mike blends relentless problem-solving with market-driven insight to advance customer experiences and drive Cree’s mission of 100 percent LED adoption.
Mike pioneered Cree’s disruptive entry into the consumer light bulb market, which has been pivotal in transforming LED technology from a novelty into a household name. Now he’s using brand marketing strategies to enable widespread demand for LED technology. In addition to his contributions to Cree, Mike is also a startup founder and patent holder for wireless.
HR Happy Hour #224 - iCIMS and Talent Acquisition Technology
Hosts: Steve Boese, Trish McFarlane
Guests: Madeline Laurano, Colin Day, Adam Feigenbaum
Recorded Wednesday November 4, 2015
This week on the show, HR Happy Hour hosts Steve Boese and Trish McFarlane were at the recent iCIMS Analyst Day in San Diego, where they sat down with fellow analyst and official 'Friend of the HR Happy Hour' Madeline Laurano in Part 1 of the show, to talk about trends in HR and recruiting technology, and followed by a conversation with iCIMS CEO Colin Day, and COO Adam Feigenbaum about the state of the Applicant Tracking System, and the broader market for Talent Acquisition technology.
iCIMS has developed a substantial list of customers for its talent acquisition technology suite, and has made a commitment to talent acquisition as its primary focus - sort of unique among large, established HR tech companies, many of which are or have been pushing to develop or acquire additional or adjacent capabilities.
iCIMS has made a big bet that customers will understand and value what a provider solely focused on Talent Acquisition can offer, and on the show you can hear direct from iCIMS execs on why they have elected to stick with their core competency and how that benefits their customers.
This was a really interesting and fun event. Thanks to iCIMS for having myself and Trish out at the event, and also thanks to Madeline, Colin, and Adam for taking the time to be a part of the HR Happy Hour Show.
October 27, 2015 @ 7:00 PM
Guest: Ryan Harrington- Education & Nonprofit Coordinator
Subject: Technology of Today into the Future
Ryan Harrington helps to build the emerging tech community in Delaware as the Education & Nonprofit Coordinator at 1313 Innovation. He works to build an entrepreneurial pipeline for the state, hoping to inspire students by teaching them about startup culture and emerging technologies. Offering co-working, community, and workshops, 1313 Innovation is one of the state’s leading resources for entrepreneurs.
Before coming to Delaware, Ryan was a student at Rutgers University where he majored in Environmental & Business Economics and minored in Philosophy. While teaching, he also earned his Masters in Secondary Education from Wilmington University.
Ryan continues to support education in Delaware, acting as the Vice Chair of the Board for the DE Met Charter High School. He's also passionate about building a culture of open data and is currently building out a group of likeminded people to help support that culture as well.
Ryan Harrington can be reached at 302-407-0420 & mailto:email@example.com and 1313Innovation
Join Ronald and Ryan Harrington on October 27, 2015 at 7:00 PM to share the technological frontier of tomorrow, today.
Hour one: New Jersey Institute of Technology. Dr. Bernadette Longo, Associate Professor of Humanities.
NJIT has earned national prominence by developing relevant academic programs taught by leading practitioners in their fields. Six specialized schools offer 46 bachelor’s, 56 master’s, and 19 doctoral degree programs. With 489 full-time and adjunct faculty, 89 percent of whom hold doctoral degrees, the university maintains a student-faculty ratio of 16:1. NJIT serves an ethnically diverse student body, ranking number one in New Jersey in awarding engineering degrees to African-American and Hispanic students. NJIT is a preeminent engineering, design, science and technology university known for research and education fostering innovation, entrepreneurship, and engagement.
Hour two: Jetico. Michael Waksman, CEO.
Jetico provides military-standard data protection software for all sensitive information throughout the lifecycle. Powerful yet easy to use, BCWipe and BestCrypt are engineered for a wide range of users: from experts at large organizations to people at home.
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