Scott Galloway, professor of marketing at NYU Stern and founder of the L2 consultancy has just published his book The Four. He talks about the “four horsemen” of the digital age: Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google. This article discusses if “The Four’s” success is also rooted in the technology they are using.
APIs facilitate today’s digital revolution, similar to how steam powered engines enabled the Industrial Revolution in the 1700s. When you withdraw money from an ATM, check the weather, or buy a new pair of shoes, you’re using hundreds of APIs behind the scenes.
Auf Microservices lasten die Hoffnungen einer getriebenen Branche: Der Bedarf an flexibler IT im E-Commerce ist durchaus vorhanden. Händler, die wettbewerbsfähig sein wollen, müssen agile und flexible Software einsetzen. Aber sind Microservices tatsächlich so viel besser als die großen alt bewährten Shopsysteme?
Imagine you are a car mechanic, lying underneath a client’s car, trying to fix its engine. Your hands are greasy, but you need to get a new spare part to get the old Ford back on the road soon. So what are your options?
The latest addition to our growing number of OpenSource projects is our In-Store app. Using a very lightweight interface, it allows shop assistants to review sales and other important KPIs. They can also access customer orders, check inventory for different stores and also recommend similar products to customers.