Posts Tagged ‘Bluegrass Digital’

  • Retailers see triple-digit gains

    Retailers see triple-digit gains

    February 24, 2019 • RetailComments Off on Retailers see triple-digit gains

    Thirty-five percent of shoppers feel today’s brands do not care enough about personalising their shopping experiences. However, when retailers do invest in personalisation it pays. This is according to a Total Economic Impact (TEI) study conducted by...

  • Growing popularity for a headless CMS

    Headless CMS architecture gaining popularity

    January 26, 2019 • Enterprise ITComments Off on Headless CMS architecture gaining popularity

    Headless Content Management System (CMS) or decoupled content management is fast gaining popularity, it enables businesses to engage customers with personalised content via multiple channels at any stage of the customer journey. The architecture promotes...

  • Top 3 opportunities to grow small South African businesses in 2019

    Empowering businesses to transform digitally

    September 17, 2018 • GeneralComments Off on Empowering businesses to transform digitally

    The world has gone digital is a term we hear far too often nowadays, but it’s not exactly true. It is true that the world is transforming, but there is an increasing distinction between those who are leading the change and profiting from it, and those who...

  • New field of data science captivates South Africa's youth

    New e-commerce platform launched in SA

    September 13, 2017 • Online & Social, Top StoriesComments Off on New e-commerce platform launched in SA

    A new e-commerce platform that sells musical instrument and offers a technology retail experience was launched in Johannesburg, South Africa. MiTech required Bluegrass Digital to support their online retail and marketing objectives. Bluegrass Digital was...

  • Connecting with the Continent

    July 9, 2013 • FeaturesComments Off on Connecting with the Continent

    South African companies have been slow off the mark when it comes to expanding their interests beyond local borders. While European and Chinese enterprises have been establishing infrastructure in some of the continent’s key markets for many years. Yet with...