With the start of a new year, retailers are abuzz following industry conventions such as the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and the National Retail Federation’s Big Show. Replacing the somber mood surrounding brick-and-mortar in 2017, so far this year, the industry is focused on creating future-proof in-store experiences, buoyed by a healthy holiday season.
Home bartending enthusiasts can master the art of making cocktails from a trusted library of historic recipes with the release of Mr. Boston Drinks, the Sazerac Company’s free app for iOS and Android.
We recently delved into Sketch, one of the most utilized tools for UI/UX design, by creating a sample app to illustrate how it compares to other platforms. Today, I’m looking at Figma and Adobe XD as we continue debating the pros and cons of these leading design apps.
For today’s UI/UX designers, one of the most utilized tools for working on a Mac is Sketch . Released in late 2010, it made a big splash in the design community, challenging the status quo and the prior go-to application for any design-related projects: Photoshop.
By now, holiday gift delivery deadlines are approaching and shoppers are scrambling to find the perfect items. There’s still time to find something exciting and innovative for those you love. At Mission Data, we like products that are practical, engaging, and make life easier. Here are some useful (and a few fun) ideas for the season of giving.
For nearly a decade, Mission Data has been an ongoing research and development partner of the Kroger Company, the nation’s largest grocer with $108 billion in sales. The Cincinnati-based supermarket giant employs more than 431,000 associates who serve customers in 2,778 supermarkets and multi-department stores in 35 states.
In today’s fast-paced business environment, companies are expected to have real-time visibility of their inventories and deliver goods at Amazon-like speeds. While emerging technologies such as augmented reality (AR), voice interfaces, and the Internet of Things (IoT) have entered the consumer mainstream, enterprises are beginning to explore how these new tools can enhance value and solve problems. One major area in which we’re seeing enterprises effectively utilizing new tech is supply chain logistics.
Just got back from the FSTEC event in Anaheim, CA, last week. It was Mission Data’s first sponsorship of this event and we showcased our new OpSense operations monitoring platform. The event is ostensibly a technology summit for restaurant operators, both large and small. Attendees ranged from Papa John’s and Taco Bell to very small emerging restaurant chains with one or two restaurants.