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Solteq is now a LS Retail Diamond Partner 2016
Solteq is pleased to announce that it has attained Diamond Partner status in the LS Retail Partner Program for 2016. LS Retail Diamond Partners have reached the highest level in their industry by virtue of their sales achievements. This elite group must consistently provide customers with excellent service and support and satisfy strict criteria in […]
How Bridging the Gap between Technology and Customer Needs Could Spell Success for Companies
Customer experience is about bridging critical gaps between digital elements and the real world. From Design to Reality “The gap between the real world and IT Solutions is huge and the one who is able to bridge this gap to match business critical user needs wins the game,” says Solteq’s Client Executive Bengt Holmberg. He identified […]
Solteq and Heads partner up to provide real-time retail solutions
Solteq has signed a Partner Agreement with Heads, a Swedish software company that provides real-time retail and supply chain management solutions that include in-store and POS solutions. Solteq has a wide presence in the Finnish market with over 3 000 stores and close to 10 000 POS applications installed. The Heads Retail solution complements Solteq’s offering […]
The world-famous cosmetics and lingerie brand Victoria’s Secret in partnership with Agora Trading is taking over Finland, assisted by Solteq
Solteq is helping the world-renowned cosmetics and lingerie brand Victoria’s Secret to take over Finland by implementing the deployment of the stores’ technology solutions through its local partner Agora Trading. Finland’s first Victoria’s Secret Beauty & Accessories store was opened on schedule at the Helsinki-Vantaa Airport in July. “We had a very tight schedule”, says […]
D-Congress is the meeting place for everyone working with digital commerce in the Nordics. Since 1978 the conference has offered speeches by the the most interesting and influential people in the field of digital commerce. D-Congress gathers professionals working with e-commerce, marketing, IT, logistics and payments. This year’s program focuses on five different themes: Inspirations […]
Don’t hide your webshop if you have one
There is plenty of talk about multichannel business and about commerce going online. Sometimes it feels like commerce went online, but never really came back to brick-and-mortar stores.
Seven tips for omnichannel customer service
There’s a lot of talk about how brick-and-mortar and online stores should support each other. However, not much is actually done in practice.
From the cloud, of course!
For those of us who got our first IT training in the 90s, it takes a lot of work to translate our thinking into the same mode as our digital native teenagers. And in only a few years' time, this generation will enter the workforce in large numbers.
A while ago, I read that companies spend an average of 92 dollars to attract customers to their online stores – but only one dollar to get them to buy anything. So for every dollar used for conversion, 92 dollars are spent for marketing and standing out from competitors.