Next week, Rackspace will head to Chicago to attend one of the largest retail conferences of the year. With over 9,500 retail executives from all over the world, the Internet Retailer Conference & Exhibition (IRCE) will feature exhibitors, speakers and workshops highlighting the latest innovative retail technology. Rackspace will demonstrate how we work with all types of retailers on all sorts of platforms. Creating an enjoyable customer experience is our goal for our customers and your customers.
Phil Vickman is the Marketing Director of Promet Source, which helps startups deploy, maintain and support high-value web and mobile applications through the use of open source technology tools. Promet differentiates itself by providing a superior customer experience throughout all facets of the development process, including design, software engineering, project management and quality assurance.
Today, I would like to introduce you to a guest blogger, Dave Fowler, founder of Chartio. Chartio provides data analytics and visualization tools for business intelligence applications, and allows you to bring data from Cloud Databases and other data sources together into beautiful visualizations. Here is Dave:
This is a guest post written and contributed by Brad Montgomery, Co-Founder at Work For Pie, a Rackspace customer. Work for Pie allows software developers and technical content producers to create a showcase of their skills and their work.
At SXSW Interactive, there are dozens of panels, sessions, workshops, demonstrations and speeches to choose from. For this week only, even the local restaurants and bars surrounding the convention center are revamping their interiors to make space for on-site programming events.
Tealet is a Rackspace-powered startup that connects independent tea farmers with tea lovers. The e-retailer works directly with close to 25 tea growers in nine different countries to sell their products directly to the market. Customers can purchase tea online in individual packets, or they can subscribe to a service that will send four different types of teas to their doorstep every other month.