Who’s running the world of mobile payments? Surprise, surprise. It is neither Google nor Apple Pay. The real revolution started with a Frappuccino at Starbucks. As eMarketer reports, 23.4 million consumers use the Starbucks mobile app to pay their coffee right inside the chain’s stores, compared to the 22 million and 11.1 million who adopted Apple and …Continue reading "Who’s Running the World of Mobile Payments? Please, Have a Coffee"
Caligoo will join forces with Palazzo Magnani in Reggio Emilia (Italy) to celebrate the opening of the exhibition Kandisky -> Cage. Musica e spirituale nell’arte on November 11. Thanks to Caligoo’s technology, all museum goers will have the opportunity to enjoy a customized and interactive experience by simply downloading an app on their own mobile devices. Caligoo’s technology was …Continue reading "Caligoo Boosts Digital Innovation in Italian Museums with the New Palazzo Magnani Exhibition"
In Japan sales clerks bow when customers walk in a store. In the U.S., shopping meant building as many stores as possible, stocking aisles with up to 100,000 SKU’s and kludgy experiments with kiosks and self checkout. By the mid 2000’s retailers became wedged between the on-line and off-line worlds. The chains were in …Continue reading "Something Smells Foul in Retail"
Thanks to Caligoo’s technology you can now navigate free by connecting automatically to the WiFi network on the Roadhouse official mobile app. Caligoo, which will be available at 80 Roadhouse locations in Italy, will improve the free internet connection service already provided by Guglielmo in all brand restaurants. Features in the new Roadhouse mobile app include: …Continue reading "How Fog Computing Can Improve In-Store Experience on Mobile Apps [Video]"