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Written By Russell Flowers

In Development : Omniprise Voice Picking

To meet the challenge of moving products from a warehouse floor to a packaged shipment, Omniprise has traditionally offered two solutions.

The first solution is the most basic: a picking screen where workers can see the item or product, the quantity needed for the shipment or order, and the current stock areas holding that item (and the quantities found there). The only downside is that it does require the user to...

February 16, 2011
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Written By Chris Mills 慕乐文

Importing data just got easier with Omniprise

Your company is growing, the economy is improving and you just bought out your competitor!  Yes sir, things are looking good for you. Then you think, wait a minute, I have to merge all their data into my system and there is a ton of it.  I do not want to manually enter all that data and everyone is busy as it is.  What am I going to do?  Well, worry no longer.  You use Omniprise and we’ve got ...

February 10, 2011
omniprise / business
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Written By Bryan Phillips

Working Hard, With Hardware

Taking a broad look, I am going to review the different types of hardware that are utilized everyday in tandem with our Utopia Self-Scan software. The Utopia software mentioned in previous posts is our fully functional self-checkout solution for grocery and convenience stores. With that being said, let's take a look at the different types of hardware you can expect to see on a self-checkout lane. * Printer – primarily...

February 01, 2011
technology / development
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Written By Jon Peppers

Developing for iPhone - Part 3, (Bad?) MVC

In this post, I’m going to dive into the inner workings of Apple’s UIKit for iPhone, and see how they handle the MVC (Model-View-Controller) design pattern. Well, what exactly is MVC?  A design pattern that should help you organize applications while keeping code re-usable at the same time.  It breaks down applications into three distinct layers: Model, View, and Controller.  The WPF equivalent is MVVM ...

January 27, 2011
development / app development
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Written By Charles Atkinson

OmnipriseCRM Ensuring Customer Relationships in 2011

The holidays are over: Everyone has gained about 10 pounds, gotten that new I-gadget, driven 1000 miles and oh yeah, it’s time to go back to work. So what’s next? Start off the New Year with a New Year’s resolution? Most people resolve to lose the 10 pounds gained over the holiday, not spend so much time on the I-gadget or to spend more time at home. While these are all great resolutions, what about making a reso...

January 19, 2011
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Written By Philip Williams

Is your business ready for thousands of mobile customers?

We typically imagine our website visitors sitting in the comfort of a home or office, but that just isn't the case anymore. Everyday more users are accessing websites from mobile devices. Be it an iPhone, an Android, or an iPad, these devices are changing the very nature of the internet. Consider these new web browsing scenarios:  A woman stopped at a red light sees a sign for your business. She wonders what serv...

January 14, 2011
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Written By Robert Camp

Decoding Microsoft Licensing

In today’s computing environment, something like 80% of businesses use the Microsoft Windows platform (or whatever variation) for their workstations. Many small businesses get confused when it comes to licensing Windows products. It wasn't terribly difficult with Windows XP because there were only two versions: Windows XP Home, and Professional. However, now with four versions of Windows Vista and three of Windows ...

January 11, 2011
technology / business
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Written By Hitcents

Are you ready for an eCommerce website?

Just Google “eCommerce success stories” and in less than half a second you can view half a million websites that have to do with successful eCommerce business. We have all heard the story about the company that took their product online and made buckets and buckets of money, all while sitting at home fulfilling orders in their pajamas. Yes, you can be successful by selling products online, but it’s not as easy as buyi...

January 10, 2011
ecommerce / web development
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Written By Jon Peppers

Developing for the iPhone – Part 2, App Store Drama

Many of you may have heard rumors of the strict app submission process by Apple, but I personally did not believe it to be true.  In submitting the Omniprise iPhone App, we had to resubmit binaries three times until we got it right.   On top of that, we started the submission process during what seemed to be a busy time—we had to wait 1-2 weeks between submissions.  This may have been due to the Thanksg...

January 05, 2011
app development
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Written By Ed Mills

Top 10 CRM Checklist to help start 2011 out right!

1. Ask yourself – Are your employees buying into the process of your current CRM software and if so, do they keep up-to-date information for all opportunities? Engage those employees that are not willing to contribute to the proper use of your CRM.2. Ask your employees – Can the current CRM be a useful tool or does it have problems or bottlenecks that need to be addressed early in 2011? Employee feedback is king to ge...

December 30, 2010
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