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Simon JohnstonStriata - Johannesburg

Security measures for your eDocument data

06 June 2013  |  2071 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

Data security is something most of us would prefer to leave to the experts. All we want to know is that our compliance boxes are ticked and no nasty surprises are waiting for us. So, what is your mental image of data? A large Excel spreadsheet; lots of ones and zeros like in the movie 'The Matrix'; or how about a large cork notice board with lists...

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Simon JohnstonStriata - Johannesburg

eCommerce: Email picks up the dropped basket

17 May 2013  |  4462 views  |  1  |  Recommends 0

Two out of every three people that 'walk' into your 'online store' will shop around, select items to buy, add them to their basket and proceed to checkout. Then just as they pull out the credit card, they dump the basket by the digital door and leave! This is the statistic that really grabbed my attention: the average documented online shopping ...

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Why would you segment your eStatement client base?

20 February 2012  |  2402 views  |  2  |  Recommends 1

Too many companies assume that when a product is universal, it must appeal to everyone and the same message, sent to all recipients should be enough to convince them to sign up. Not so. Even i...

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