Category archives: Software Companies

Innovation: a thought exercise

It has been a long time since I’ve written on this blog… and, frankly, I miss it. While I have been writing, sometimes at excess, for work purposes…my personal author activities have been overwhelmed by the activities of the summer… continue reading »

Fraud Management as a Value-Added Service

This is a cross post from PaymentsAPI.com. Recently, PYMNTS.com posted an interview with Retail Decisions entitled Fraudsters Take No Prisoners But Retail Decisions Can Strengthen Your Strategy for Prevention. The entirety of the interview is just under 10 minutes, and… continue reading »

Mobile. A New Market?

As I sit in the hotel prior to heading over to meetings at the National Retail Federation “Big Show” (known on twitter as #NRF11), I’m following a somewhat standard pre-conference routine. The process is relatively simple and includes: A cup… continue reading »

The 2 Steps of Innovation: an ordered list and mini-rant

After spending the better part of this week speaking with partner Software Companies in the Bay Area, I find myself motivated. That motivation, and excitement, is the genesis of this rant. Or, perhaps the genesis is sitting in a somewhat… continue reading »

Defrag Conference, the backchannel

I have spent the last day and a half(ish) at Defrag 2010 in Broomfield, CO. From many prior attendees, I have heard that it is the sort of event that can break your brain (in the best way possible). There… continue reading »

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