A new Wellington-based retail app is setting out to change the way we think of retailers and their processes by showing businesses exactly what is important to their customers.
People with visual impairments can easily walk straight past stores they might want to shop at, says the Blind Foundation’s Thomas Bryan, but a new initiative brought to central Wellington is making retailers harder to miss.
BP’s new app, which allows customers to pay for fuel without getting out of their car, has been hailed by advocates for those with disabilities. The BPMe app uses mobile payment technology, so customers can pay for their fuel with their mobile phones.
New Zealand businesses now have an easy way to find, buy and manage business applications all in one place, Spark says. Its new fully integrated marketplace allows Kiwi companies to buy and manage a range of software, using a single login on one bill.
Patience is a virtue, and the modern day shopper is unvirtuous. Thanks to 21st century technology, they crave instant gratification and want to be able to have every facet of life on demand – and on mobile. Enter Jenene Crossan and her website turned smartphone app, Flossie Concierge. This app targets the hair and beauty industry, connecting customers with sellers.