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Es gibt jede Menge Kennzahlen die in Unternehmen erhoben werden: Umsatz, Deckungsbeitrag oder Absatzmenge, um nur drei einer nie enden-wollenden Liste zu nennen. Eines haben aber alle gemeinsam: Sie messen den Erfolg eines Unternehmens. Doch wäre es nicht eigentlich interessant, mehr über die Misserfolge und die Gründe dafür zu wissen? Eigentlich schon. Und genau aus diesem Grund stelle ich euch heute die Lost-Order-Analyse vor.
That’s another question we get asked a lot. If you’re wondering about that as well, you’re in luck – in this blog you can listen in on a real discussion about that with one of our clients. All names changed by the editors 😉
Depending on the country you live in, up to 30% of total sales revenue is made online and as many as 70% of people regularly do their shopping online. As these numbers keep growing, we wonder whether the advancement in technology will one day be the end of actual stores. What’s next for e-commerce and how will it change the way we shop? A critical perspective.
If you’ve ever asked yourself “what the hell are those ‘beacons’ everyone keeps talking about?” you’ve come to the right place. If you’ve actually never heard of them before, but now have a burning need to know, you’re in luck as well. In this article, I want to tell you what beacons are and how you might use them. And don’t worry, you don’t really have to be tech-savvy to understand what I’m going on about.
My journey into the world of IT was far from a direct one. I’m actually a trained social worker and anyone who knows my dear colleagues at CodeFlügel, will also know that there’s potential for a few office jokes in that. But really, there is more that unites my two professions than separates them. Don’t believe me? Then you should read on.