Amazon, Apple, and Google are investing billions to ensure that we communicate with the Internet through our voice. The Voice Revolution has been called the biggest technology shift since Steve Jobs launched the iPhone. Fortune Magazine reports that Google, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, and others are putting money into competing voiceRead More
Thrive Commerce, based in Philadelphia, has helped brands like Autozone, Ebags, SureFit and Shoe Carnival appeal to those deal-seekers by delivering personalized promotions using machine learning.Read More
FINDMINE has proven to boost total sales by as much as 10% for online retailers like adidas, Cubavera, Perry Ellis, John Varvatos and more. Yet those kinds of wins took Bacharach plenty of time — mainly finding out what the product really looked like.Read More
Want to see the future of innovation?Embrace microservices. By 2022, 90% of all new apps will feature microservices architectures. They’ll lead to better design, easier updates and debugging and will leverage third-party code.Read More
We’ve built a team of the sharpest minds in tech, business and entrepreneurship and combined them with unique and powerful proprietary tools. Together, Iterate infuses intelligent strategy, cutting edge tech and entrepreneurial thinking into large enterprises, launching them miles ahead of the competition. We get innovation done.Read More
So you’ve had that a-ha idea. You recruited the team, built and tested the tech. Maybe you even landed investment dollars. You’re going to change the world. You just need to prove it.
And that means getting the attention of the right customer and actually signing a contract and starting a trial … It could take months. Years, even. How do you even begin?Read More
Iterate.ai launched a new groundbreaking Microservice platform called Interplay™ that lets enterprise customers for the first time rapidly deploy proof-of-concept prototypes and experiments.Read More
Bricks and mortar retail stores are king when it comes to the cross-sell. A store could show off the summer display of tents and camp chairs at the end of the aisle, hang the large yellow “2 for 1” sign above the stack of stainless steel coffee mugs and instruct the salesperson to tout the comfy camping mattresses around the corner.
When it comes to online stores, that kind of cross sell bundling is pretty dismal. This fact didn’t go unnoticed by technologists and serial entrepreneurs Sri Sharma and Satish Jayakumar.