New Article Names 6 Technology Options to Improve Service and Enable Growth for SMB Retailers

Hoboken, New Jersey (PRWEB) July 23, 2014

A new article from eMazzanti Technologies discusses rapidly changing retail technologies and identifies the benefits of adopting affordable, emerging technology options. The article helps businesses evaluate which changes are practical and their potential impacts on growth.

With todays rapid adoption of mobile technology and increased data security threats, five year old retail technology doesnt cut it, stated Carl Mazzanti, CEO eMazzanti Technologies. Retail businesses can do more to promote growth, increase profits and ensure survival with a technology refresh than almost anything else.

The informative article, 6 Technology Options to Improve Service and Enable Growth for SMB Retailers, lists options available today and already in use in some forward-looking SMB retailers. Below are a few excerpts. Click here for the complete article.

6 Affordable Retail Technology Options to Grow the Business

Here are six technology improvements a retail business can affordably implement to get ahead of the competition and position the organization for growth.


Micro Server IC Market Estimated to Reach $3.1 Billion by 2018 at a Compound Annual Growth Rate 67.1% – Report by MarketsandMarkets

(PRWEB) June 17, 2014

According to the latest market research report Micro Server IC Market by Processor (Intel, ARM, AMD), IC’s (Analog, Digital), Applications (Media Storage, Data Center, Cloud Computing, Analytics) & by Geography (N.America, Europe, APAC, ROW) – Global Forecasts and Analysis to 2013 – 2018″, the global market is projected to cross $ 3.1 Billion by 2018, growing at a very high CAGR from 2013 to 2018.

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Micro servers, known for their low-power, energy efficiency, and high density, have a large number of nodes containing low powered processors and shared infrastructure. Micro Servers IC Market has penetrated nearly 2.3% of the servers market in 2012. However, it is forecasted that by 2018, nearly 28% of the servers market will be shared by micro servers. The Micro Servers Market is segmented according to processor type, component, applications, and geography.

Micro Servers IC Market is segmented based on the processor type into Intel, ARM, and AMD. Intel processor based micro servers are further segmented into Atom and Xeon. The report also forecasts the market by components which include hardware, software, and operation systems. Application areas of micro servers are categorized into Media Storage, Internet Data Centers, Analytics, Cloud Computing, and other applications. This report describes the market dynamics, which include drivers, restraints, and opportunities along with their impact analysis matrix. Impact analysis matrix depicts the impact of a particular driver or restraint on the market at present and the future impact on the market. This report also highlights the huge opportunities for the market.

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Robust Demand from SMBs to Drive Growth in Cloud Based Office Productivity Software Market, According to New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.

San Jose, California (PRWEB) July 18, 2012

Follow us on LinkedIn Defined simply as an important variable that bridges the value of an output (product or service) with the cost of inputs, productivity is an important element in any workplace, be it in a factory environment or in an office. The level of office productivity as measured in the quality of the output, its timeliness and cost, is largely dependent on the right tools provided to empower the employee to perform better. The importance of office productivity can be put into perspective by the fact that lower productivity inputs and efficiency levels tend to hit businesses hard and risk their survival and sustainability, while employees with high productivity achievements are bound to steer the business in right direction. Companies are increasingly waking up to the importance of determining, tracking, and encouraging office productivity. This juxtaposed by the fact that measuring and improving productivity is trickier in an office than in a factory, is throwing the spotlight on a wide gamut of new generation office productivity tools. As the developed world shifts massively from manufacturing jobs to knowledge and service based lines of work, office productivity is being pushed even harder into the spotlight. A key emerging trend against this backdrop is the thoughtful integration of office productivity tools in most core business processes, which until now has been easily overlooked and dismissed. As companies step up to the challenge of doing more with less resources and run smarter, and leaner with fewer staff, the focus is on increasing business productivity, and the tools to achieve the same.

Cloud computing is expected to reshape the office productivity software market, creating new opportunities for professional productivity software developers, developing companies and vendors, and catalyzing vital changes in conventional product offerings for the consumers. Epitomizing frictionless self-service transactions, the cloud delivery models are irreversibly changing how office productivity software is developed, distributed and consumed. Right from providing remote storage for office productivity software to enabling provision of the same on demand and as a service, cloud computing will usher in a more democratic model of software availability and affordability, by providing a cost effective platform for office productivity software to reside and be accessible to enterprise users. The use of cloud computing in office productivity software delivery market is set to expand considerably in the upcoming years as small and medium sized productivity software developers/companies step up their efforts to build a cloud infrastructure for promoting and distributing their solutions.

The global cloud based productivity software market is expected to witness robust growth in the coming years, as enterprises increasingly opt for hybrid solutions and focus on supplementing in-house office productivity deployments with on-demand cloud solutions. This is primarily because of the fact that although client desktop offerings provide users a chance to gain complete control over their solutions, the strategy involves several bottlenecks encountered in the form of limited storage and computing capabilities. Also, traditional solutions are rigid and can only be used within the data center. These challenges are effectively met through cloud technology, which allow users to store and manage office productivity solutions such as word processors, spreadsheets, presentation apps, calendars, task planning applications, e-learning software and collaboration tools in a remote storage location and access the same on-demand as services without downloading and installing the software on their computer hard drives.

The need to increase collaboration among team members and increase operational flexibility in an enterprise are the primary factors driving increasing adoption of cloud based office productivity software among enterprises. Available over the cloud in a shared network, cloud based office productivity software enables users working from multiple systems to access their documents anywhere and anytime, make changes and share the same simultaneously, thereby creating a collaborative environment wherein all team members can participate in planning, designing and executing a project. Designed to support diverse workloads managed by organizations, cloud based office productivity software allows companies to cohesively generate and collect different types of information, including text, image, video and numeric data and ensure its useful sharing across the enterprise thus realizing a collaborative effort. By enabling information sharing across the enterprise, these solutions also provide tremendous flexibility for organizations to be prepared and respond to any changes in their productivity tasks.

Growing adoption of enterprise mobility strategy and rapid increase in number of mobile workers will additionally fuel demand for cloud based office productivity software market. Available over the cloud in a shared network, cloud based office productivity software enables mobile workers to easily access, make changes and save documents from a remote location from comfort of their handsets even as the same document is being used by an on-the-floor employee, thereby allowing for information sharing between corporate headquarters and mobile workers. Given the need for mobile workforce to constantly remain in touch with corporate headquarters and access business information even when away, the demand for office productivity solutions hosted on the cloud is growing at a robust pace. The SMB market will continue to be the primary revenue contributor for the cloud based office productivity software market. With SMBs generally having limited access to resources for building an internal IT team, acquiring necessary hardware and software solutions and requiring a data center that can quickly be up and running, the on-demand office productivity solutions that help address such critical business needs have therefore found instant success in this consumer cluster. Flexible pricing plans and easy implementation modules are expected to continue to drive demand for cloud based office productivity software market in the SMB segment.

As stated by the new market research report on Cloud Based Office Productivity Software, Asia-Pacific represents the most prominent regional market for cloud based office productivity software service, with annual revenue from the region waxing at a CAGR of about 32.05% over the analysis period 2009-2018. Thanks to robust economic development in emerging markets such as China and India, rapid industrialization, increasing shift of manufacturing and corporate activity from developed markets from developing countries, and subsequent boom in the enterprise segment in the region are the primary factors driving demand for cloud based office productivity software in the region. The need to match international standards in terms of productivity and efficiency and gain competitive edge are especially encouraging Asian enterprises to increasingly invest in cloud based office productivity solutions.

Major players in the global marketplace include Amazon Web Services LLC, Apple Inc., AT&T Inc., Adobe Systems Incorporated, Fujitsu Ltd., Google Inc., Hewlett Packard, Microsoft Corporation, International Business Machines, NetSuite Inc., Novell, Oracle Corporation, RedHat, Inc.,, Inc., Hancom Inc., Zoho Corporation, among others.

The research report titled Cloud Based Office Productivity Software: A Global Strategic Business Report announced by Global Industry Analysts, Inc., provides a comprehensive review of market trends, issues, drivers, company profiles, mergers, acquisitions and other strategic industry activities. The report provides market estimates and projections by annual revenue (in US$ million) for major geographic markets including the US, Japan, Europe(Fran

Cloud-Based Security Services Market Worth $8.71 Billion by 2019 at an Estimated Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 15.7%

(PRWEB) June 08, 2014

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Cisco Partner and Managed IT Service Provider Brian Gifford & Associates Replaces Autotask With PROMYS PSA Business Automation Software to Support Aggressive Growth Plans

Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) June 05, 2014

Promys, a leader in enterprise professional services automation software for the IT Solutions provider industry, announced that it has been awarded a contract by Brian Gifford & Associates, a quickly growing Reno Nevada based IT Solution provider specializing in Managed IT Services, Professional Services, Hardware & Software Sales and Cloud Computing. Promys PSA software was selected in order to help Brian Gifford & Associates continue to scale by providing better visibility, accountability and audit trails for the business.

Autotask was a very good solution for us over the last four years, but as we’ve grown and the business has become more complex we’ve been facing more and more sales cycle management and procurement challenges. Our technical team splits time between our various lines of business, which has made accurate financial performance reporting difficult, which is compromising my ability to make well informed growth decisions,” said Brian Gifford, CEO of Gifford Associates.

“I saw several very strong reviews of PROMYS from larger IT partners, and it’s clear that PROMYS was designed as ‘Enterprise Business software’ for more complex Professional Services organizations. In addition to the traditional PSA functionality, PROMYS is very strong in areas such as forecasting/planning, real-time project costing, equipment handling, and reporting/analytics, which is critical for our continued growth,” continued Brian.

We’ve been very successful because of our dedicated group of incredibly talented employees. What sets our employees apart from the competition is their ability to understand complex technology and communicate in a simple straight forward manner. Which is why we’re consistently recognized by clients for our ability to exceed expectations. The new HTML5 device independent version of the PROMYS business software is going to allow our employees to respond even more quickly and accurately during customer interactions, whether they’re in the office or in the field, which is exactly the kind of competitive advantage we want to leverage, added Brian.

John Breakey, founder and former CEO of Unis Lumin, a Cisco Gold Partner and current CEO of Promys agrees, The business software that got you to 10 employees, is not necessarily the solution that’s going to get you to 25, 50 or 100 employees. At some point you need to review your operational infrastructure to make sure it can take you to that next level. The Promys enterprise business software for Professional Service organizations was specifically designed for companies with multiple lines of business, where the senior management team wants full visibility into all operational aspects of the business, as well having real-time access to information that will drive future growth decisions.

Promys also offers useful tools that help businesses determine the success of their existing processes to help them manage labor utilization, like their new Labor Utilization Quick Start Guide for service managers who want to maximize services profitability and get labor utilization under control.

About Promys

Promys is currently used by some of the largest IT Solution providers in North America, the UK and Australia. PROMYS was originally developed for a Cisco Gold/Master partner in 1998 to address the fundamental problem that IT solution providers face – how to tie professional services together with complex equipment solution delivery and multi-layered post sales support.

In 2003, Promys was spun off as its own corporate entity. Promys quickly added customers in the IT solution provider, systems integrator and managed services marketplace, including one of the largest and most recognized technology solution providers in the world.

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About Brian Gifford Associates

Headquartered in Reno Nevada, Brian Gifford Associates is an IT service provider specializing in Managed IT Services, Professional Services, Software and Hardware Sales and Cloud Computing.

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Market Demand for E-Sourcing; Reverse Auctions & Spend Analysis Fuels Growth for ProcurePort; ProcurePort Provides State of the Art Cloud Hosed Reverse Auction Software

Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) August 28, 2013

ProcurePort, a leading provider of OnDemand e-Sourcing Software including Reverse Auction Software and services, is embracing 2013 as a banner year thanks to the growing acceptance of e-sourcing as a way to dramatically cut purchasing costs and streamline procurement. According to the Institute for Supply Management and Forrester Research, 85 percent of companies recently surveyed said they have made progress toward adopting the Internet for purchasing. Additionally, 46 percent said they use company-wide procurement tools. Utilizing e-sourcing, ProcurePort customers have saved from 8 percent to 32 percent on the goods, materials and services they purchase from global suppliers and increased process efficiency.

E-Sourcing is quickly gaining momentum among mid-market organizations as firms like ProcurePort target them with easy-to-use, on-demand sourcing services that provide substantial cost savings with minimal investment. According to Purchasing magazines recent Benchmark Survey on E-sourcing Strategy, the use of these services rose by 24 percent in the past year. In comparison, the use of non-hosted solutions that require integration into a companys IT infrastructure rose by a mere two percent. The survey also indicated that this market is poised for continued growth as respondents stated that they plan to use e-sourcing for various spend categories.

An article in Industry Week further supports these trends. It notes that cloud hosted e-sourcing models that offer usage-based pricing are gaining popularity because they deliver deep functionality without expensive or time-consuming integration / implementation cycles. ProcurePorts mid-market clients that benefit from this online procurement model operate in a wide range of industries such as manufacturing, energy, government, construction, agriculture, education, electronics, telecom, healthcare, retail and technology. ProcurePorts unique combination of affordable, Web-based SAAS solutions for reverse auctions, spend analysis and e-RFI combined with expert customer support has positioned the company to emerge as a leader in helping organizations enhance their strategic sourcing initiatives.

In todays competitive marketplace, every companys survival depends on tightly managing resources and operating efficiently. ProcurePort provides a viable answer to this challenge, explains Jack Smith, ProcurePort Director. Our procurement specialists can provide reverse auction services and spend analysis services facilitating online negotiations and analyzing resultsor customers can choose to manage the entire process themselves through our self-service SAAS solution that provides reverse auction software and spend analysis software. Regardless of which service model customers choose, ProcurePort specialists can provide expert training to ensure that each implementation is a success.

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Because ProcurePorts Web-based E-Sourcing solutions do not require expensive and time-consuming setup or integration, many of ProcurePorts customers realize a return on their investment immediately after their first sourcing event. This on-demand model is much more affordable than other alternatives and allows mid-sized businesses to benefit from the same online procurement technology that was previously only available to large corporations, explains Smith. The rapid return on investment delivered through e-sourcing technology is one of the major reasons ProcurePort predicts that the strategic sourcing market will grow significantly over the next decade.

Founded in 2001, the company has expanded its service set from discrete online auction tools to complete on-demand sourcing solutions including providing sourcing and spend analysis services. In 2008, ProcurePort added a new facet to its service line by introducing its online marketplace solution that can be customized to launch e-marketplaces in vertical specific B to B and B to C markets. Since the companys formation, its operations have expanded from a single staff member to 84 technology and procurement professionals.

As ProcurePort plans for 2014, conservative projections position the company to triple its 2013 revenue and customer base. The companys primary focus in the next 24 months will be to continue providing the middle market with the most affordable, comprehensive and easy-to-use e-sourcing solutions available. Along with its global sourcing initiatives, the company will also focus on developing custom procurement applications to meet specific industry requirements. Early in 2014, ProcurePort will unveil a new version of its e-Sourcing suite that will include an upgraded user interface along with Contract Management and Source to Pay modules.

About ProcurePort

ProcurePort is a leader in providing on-demand e-sourcing solutions (Reverse auction software / Spend analysis software) and services (Reverse auction services / Spend analysis services) for the middle market as well as global 1000 organizations. Operating in a wide range of industries from manufacturing to government, ProcurePorts clients benefit from both the technology and purchasing expertise that can help them significantly reduce costs and increase procurement efficiency. ProcurePorts comprehensive software solutions use a hosted, Web-based interface to facilitate online negotiations without time-consuming or expensive technology integration. The companys clients enjoy full access to sourcing, collaboration and analytical tools from any computer with an Internet connection. ProcurePorts affordability enables mid-market companies to compete with larger organizations and reach new levels of success in spend management. For more information, visit or call 1.866.643.8153 (toll-free in North America).


NOTE TO MEDIA: To schedule an interview with a ProcurePort representative to discuss trends in e-sourcing, online procurement, e-marketplaces, reverse auctions or forward auctions, contact Jack Smith: jack(dot)smith(at)procureport(dot)com.

PEER 1 Hosting gains significant channel momentum with 400% growth in FY 2013

Southampton, UK (PRWEB UK) 28 August 2013

PEER 1 Hosting, the global web infrastructure and cloud hosting provider, today announced that it has achieved significant traction in the channel during the companys 2013 fiscal year, increasing its revenue by 400 percent. The substantial success is attributed to several initiatives, including the launch of its new strategic alliance program, PEER 1 Hostings new enterprise-grade public cloud offering, Mission Critical Cloud; the addition of new strategic channel hires globally; recognition by CRN as having a 5-Star Partner program; as well as its enhancement of the SMART Partner Channel Program.

Launched in April 2012, PEER 1 Hostings SMART Partner Program aims to build relationships that create mutually beneficial revenue streams. The program focuses on providing its partners with the necessary training, certification and unrivalled support to help them sell more and further their own business. Since the programs launch, more than 500 new partners have joined. While this is a significant number to sign in just 15 months, PEER 1 Hosting believes its channel success is due more to finding the right channel partners.

Achieving 400 percent growth during our 2013 fiscal year is a major accomplishment, said Michael Mayer, executive director of worldwide channel, PEER 1 Hosting. As a business, PEER 1 Hosting is laser focused on our people and relationships whether its with an employee, customer or partner; the commitment to relationships in our new channel program is a testament to its significance. Looking to the future, we hope to continue helping our customers realise the potential of the Internet, and our upcoming strategic product launches will significantly expand their existing portfolios.

PEER 1 Hostings channel program contributed to 40 percent of new acquisition sales in FY 13, and it closed 38 percent of deals. It also gained significant traction over the year with new strategic alliance partners, including Dell and Arrow.

In 2014, PEER 1 Hosting anticipates doubling its channel team and seeing similar growth figures as this year. Much of this growth is predicted to come from new reseller agreements with strategic partners and major product launches, specifically to support PEER 1 Hostings cloud and eCommerce businesses. The company also has plans in place to implement greater alliance and marketing support for its partners.

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Easymeeting 2014 Forecasts a Year of Global Growth for Its Video Conferencing Services and Products with the United Kingdom Leading the Way

London, UK (PRWEB UK) 30 April 2014

Of course, there is nothing better than personal contact for doing business. Yet, as our economy has gone global and companies have to keep their costs low and their effectiveness high, it is often too expensive and time consuming to travel either nationally or internationally.

This is where comes sharply into focus. Easymeeting delivers cloud-based operator services for videoconferencing users and solution providers. Since its founding in 2010, Easymeeting has already become a household name for easy and user-friendly services for all types of videoconferencing solutions.

Evan James Andriopoulos, CEO of Easymeeting, explains the companys success. Our name is our philosophy and our guiding principle for all new developments. We really want to make meeting easy. Everything is about making things easy. We help organizations to communicate more effectively through the use of appropriate and user-friendly communication tools.

Using state-of-the-art technology we deliver simple and user-friendly services to all types of videoconferencing users. You can connect seamlessly, using mobile devices such as iPad, iPhone, PC or Mac, as well as the major room-based hardware systems, states Mr Andriopoulos.

Easymeeting has partners in many European countries – including the Nordic countries, the Benelux region, Spain, and the Americas as well as others. At present, Scandinavia is the most successful market for Easymeeting but Mr. Andriopoulos anticipates significant growth in the UK and the US markets in the coming year.

In the UK, Easymeeting solutions are available from the channel partners of Midwich, a progressive, dynamic and well respected distributor, across a number of market sectors. Midwich deliver comprehensive sales and marketing programs to their UK partners and provide a wide range of audio visual products that can enhance any videoconferencing solution. Our partnership with Midwich has already been productive and, together, we are developing sales and marketing strategies which will encourage new partners into videoconferencing whilst appealing to both experienced and traditional resellers, says Mr. Andriopoulos.

Easymeetings product portfolio is built around a secure and easily scalable multi-user cloud service EasyConference. Alongside this, the EasyNumbers facility removes the need to dial long numbers when entering a conference, the online video meeting directory EasyDirectory helps find other Easymeeting users worldwide, and the CustomerPortal provides a personalized virtual head office for all of your companys videoconferencing-related information.

The Easymeeting TWS is the most recent addition and rounds off the current product line. TWS is an all-in-one device offering high definition videoconferencing with an integrated wide angle PTZ camera. TWS stands for Time Well Spent a cornerstone of the Easymeeting philosophy.

Easymeeting TWS has been specifically developed to provide a physical device which can harness Easymeetings flexibility and ease-of-use to a variety of room technologies which can enhance and improve the meetings productivity.

Finally, the Easymeeting Experts deliver a strong customer and service-oriented focus and are at your disposal around the clock for advice, assistance, support and consultancy.

Today, our US operations, combined with our strong European presence, enable Easymeeting to deliver round the clock access to Easymeeting Experts for both end users and channel partners around the world.

Mr. Andriopoulos is optimistic about the future.

Of course, we strongly benefit from the internationalization of the economy. Even smaller businesses are international today, and there is a growing demand for technological communication solutions that save you from flying across the globe or driving long distances.

This year, the market will grow again, particularly in the SME segment and mostly on the software side of the business. Cloud computing is a big topic and 2014 will be about services. People will need new, and more, products and we will continue to launch new devices and solutions that set standards. We have significant resources in the UK, the USA and Scandinavia, and I am positive that we will be able to realize further growth.

End users and interested channel partners are actively encouraged to evaluate the Easymeeting service by accessing a 14 day FREE trial of the EasyConference Cloud Service pro request a demonstration of the TWS by visiting

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Global Cloud Computing: Infrastructure, Platforms, and Services 2014 – 2019: Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2013 – 2019

Albany, NY (PRWEB) March 26, 2014

Cloud is an enabler of business process change as it facilitates enterprise to realize key benefits including expenditure reduction (CapEx and OpEx), service development and delivery efficiencies, and greater flexibility to meet evolving business needs. Cloud technologies and solutions are also becoming more important to telecommunications service providers as they begin to implement virtualization of network functions.

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Global Cloud Computing: Infrastructure, Platforms, and Services 2014 – 2019 evaluates the global and regional markets for Cloud Services including IaaS, PaaS, and PaaS by solution type (Private and Public). The report provides analysis of specific challenges and opportunities from both the customer and the Cloud Services Provider (CSP) perspective. It evaluates the general Cloud service market as well as specific market opportunities within the Healthcare, Energy, Insurance, Entertainment, and Financial Services sectors. The report also evaluates the emerging growth drivers for Cloud services including Wearable Technologies. It also includes specific recommendations for CSPs and their customers.

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ilands Cloud Revenue Growth goes from Strength to Strength

Houston, TX (PRWEB) August 08, 2012

iland, the global cloud infrastructure provider and VMware