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How Trading Software Can Help To Improve Your Forex Profits

How Trading Software Can Help To Improve Your Forex Profits

By James Randall, freelance writer

Almost every trader would like to sit back and watch their portfolios increase in value without even lifting a finger. Sounds great doesn’t it? Well, Forex trading software could help you achieve this deployed correctly.

Supply chains avoid scoring own goal ahead of Euro 2020 thanks to C.H. Robinson’s predictive technologies

Supply chains avoid scoring own goal ahead of Euro 2020 thanks to C.H. Robinson’s predictive technologies

Euro 2020 is here and despite the easing of COVID-19 restrictions with pubs finally allowed to open their doors, many fans are expected to cheer on their nation from the side-lines at home, prompting the first ‘stay-at-home’ tournament in a generation.

Does tech hold the answer to retail staff wellbeing?

Does tech hold the answer to retail staff wellbeing?

Retail is facing one of the most challenging periods in modern history and following a year of uncertainty, isolation and furlough, staff will be feeling this pressure in a range of ways.

Quality audio solutions become a critical success factor for hybrid working and set a new standard of professionalism

Quality audio solutions become a critical success factor for hybrid working and set a new standard of professionalism

61% of end users say the right technology solutions empower professionalism.

UK consumers willing to take action for greener future

UK consumers willing to take action for greener future

UK consumers are willing to compromise on online purchases and delivery demands, but only if it creates a more sustainable environment, according to new data.

Worldline and Toshiba expand partnership to deliver sophisticated shopping experience

Worldline and Toshiba expand partnership to deliver sophisticated shopping experience

Worldline, the European payments and transactional services solutions provider, has strengthened its relationship with long-term partner Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions, provider of retail store technology.

Kooomo locks in online success for EverydaySafe

Kooomo locks in online success for EverydaySafe

Gunnebo, a global provider of security products, services and software, has selected global eCommerce platform provider Kooomo to launch its new one-stop B2B e-shop for resellers of its innovative EverydaySafe, a compact safe that discreetly integrates into kitchen units.

Desigual teams up with MishiPay to test the mobile self-checkout shopping experience in physical stores

Desigual teams up with MishiPay to test the mobile self-checkout shopping experience in physical stores

Desigual, the fashion retailer, is deploying MishiPay in stores in Barcelona and Madrid. MishiPay is a mobile self- technology for shopping in physical shops and transferring the immediacy of the online experience to the real world. The technology enables shoppers to scan the barcode of products and pay via their mobile phone, eliminating the need to visit a checkout.

Amazon Prime Day will be a $15bn 48-hour bonanza, with UK shoppers alone splashing £1.4bn, says ParcelHero

Amazon Prime Day will be a $15bn 48-hour bonanza, with UK shoppers alone splashing £1.4bn, says ParcelHero

Shoppers are ready to splash the cash after being trapped indoors for over a year. This year’s Amazon Prime Day event (21-22 June) will see shoppers splurging at least $14.9bn, says ParcelHero. It says many other sites will also see a huge boost in trade thanks to the Prime Day ‘Halo Effect’.

Bloom & Wild set to blossom with SnapFulfil

Bloom & Wild set to blossom with SnapFulfil

Rapidly expanding online floristry company, Bloom & Wild, has signed up to a five-year SaaS (Software as a Service) contract with warehouse management system provider, SnapFulfil.

Keeping shoppers sweet will boost checkout conversion rates

Keeping shoppers sweet will boost checkout conversion rates

By Natasha Jones, European Channel Manager for SmartFreight

If you thought ecommerce held all the aces in the retail pack, think again. You rarely see an abandoned shopping trolley packed to the brim with goods at a checkout in a bricks and mortar supermarket. It’s very different online where it’s common for shoppers to abort their purchases for a variety of reasons, leaving millions of pounds worth of orders in their carts.

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