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  • Our latest recruitment news

    A quick update for you to let you know all the exciting perm roles are currently looking to fill: Senior UX Architects UX Architects Business Analysts (Retail and Financial Services) Senior Project Managers (Retail and Financial Services) Associate Creative Director Senior UI Developer Art Directors  Senior Designers Copywriter I ...
    Posted to Flynny's Blog (Weblog) by Michelle.Flynn on February 6, 2012
  • 2012 Search: Who will find you & how?

    In 2011 Google did the unthinkable or for a lot of people, the “about time” by dropping their all new Panda algorithm that would change the old school way that it had spidered and indexed sites previously. This in part was a pre-cursor for Google+ and more social results, but more importantly to weed out and drop the spam and poor content that ...
    Posted to Diary Of A Madman (Weblog) by Derek.Dunlop on January 4, 2012
  • So long and thanks for all the fish

    Hello,  Well, this is a tricky blog post to write, but let's cut straight to it. After May 31st 2011, I will no longer be at EMC Consulting. I've decided that after 18 years of working, and 12 years at EMC Consulting (Conchango and OS Integration) that it's time for a bit of a rest! This company, its people and clients, have been a ...
    Posted to Ergo (Weblog) by Paul.Dawson on May 24, 2011
  • Hacks & Data Loss: They're still YOUR Customers!

    The recent, and rather public, admission from Epsilon that they had their servers breached by hackers and customer data had been accessed is another very public embarrassment for companies that do not take both data security and network security seriously. When I mean serious, I don't just mean that we have principles, guidelines and protocol ...
    Posted to Diary Of A Madman (Weblog) by Derek.Dunlop on April 6, 2011
  • Amazon Cloud Drive vs Music Industry

    I realized that I haven't been on here since 2010 with a post about how times have changed within Retail where it used to be a big NO having cameras in your store http://tinyurl.com/Madman2010 Since then, I have blogged elsewhere, written papers, produced music and other good stuff... So 2011, and a return to where it all started with my ...
    Posted to Diary Of A Madman (Weblog) by Derek.Dunlop on April 5, 2011
  • eConsultancy does River Island site review

    Last week eConsultancy reviewed the new River Island site and published their findings, it was also voted Site of the Week by New Media Age.  The reason for this blog is that our team here at EMC Consulting designed and built the site and we are very proud of the results. Here is the full article. “Fashion retailer River Island relaunched ...
    Posted to Flynny's Blog (Weblog) by Michelle.Flynn on September 27, 2010
  • Nordstrom: Tweaks, Stories, Mobile & Social

    Just some general notes around this retailer, after finding a news article (linked ahead). Nordstrom's new approach to combining web-based and store-based inventories is earning them some significant success - Nordstrom Links Online Inventory to Real World. If there's something out there that you're interested in buying, their online shop will ...
    Posted to Paul Goode's Blog (Weblog) by paul.goode on August 28, 2010
  • Google / Apple / Windows Phones - Take Pictures? In my Store? Get out....!

    My how we have come a long way since I first began in Retail, goodness that was over 20 years ago! Back then we had no internet, comparison shopping was walking down main street, or the emerging shopping malls. Social Commerce was listening to what your friends had said about a product or store, and whatever the store had information ...
    Posted to Diary Of A Madman (Weblog) by Derek.Dunlop on March 5, 2010
  • Letter from America - Finance

    Well I’ve been here (the good ol’ US of A) for over two weeks now, my how the time has flown! And what are the major differences on this side of the pond vs UK? Is what I intend to write about here and when I can I’ll update on some of the work that I’m doing with the team out here. First off I guess, everything is just bigger! I know it’s ...
    Posted to Diary Of A Madman (Weblog) by Derek.Dunlop on November 6, 2009
  • T-Jam filled up

    If you’ve been following our activities with customer-led innovation events such as V-Jam that took place with NESTA and Virgin Atlantic last year, and most recently T-Jam (see what we did there?!) with Tesco.com, you might be interested in an update. So here’s one for T-Jam: Customer-led innovation is about giving a set of bright thinkers who ...
    Posted to Ergo (Weblog) by Paul.Dawson on July 30, 2009
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