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La pizza sur iPhone

Il y a 1 an, je vous parlais du e-commerce de la pizza et de la possibilité de commander ses pizzas en ligne.

Pour le moment uniquement accessible aux USA, Pizza Hut poursuit sa politique de e-commerce et proposer une application iPhone permettant de commander ses pizzas.

Typiquement dans le métro ou dans le train pour rentrer chez soi, le client peut se demander ce qu’il va manger ce soir et donc penser à une pizza et la commander. Il la recevra en même temps qu’il arrivera chez lui. Pratique non?

Cela rejoint mon article sur Vos courses sur votre mobile.

Via Guim

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Catégorie : e-commerce, m-commerce

Il y a 3 Commentaires

  • Bolivar
    septembre 19th, 2014 à 21 h 41 min

    Vincent, I enjoyed snkpeiag with you this afternoon. Thank you for your business card. I enjoyed looking over some of your work. Many years ago I developed an interest in collecting Scrimshaw knives. I am aware it is a very different art form. However, the scenes and subjects have some similarity. Wow, so many steps and processes to achieve a finished project. I wish you well with your endeavors.

  • Matt
    février 23rd, 2015 à 3 h 14 min

    When you consider roeasn 4, attachment, I think there are a lot of complicated things going on. One is not so much love for the troubled institution but an inability to imagine a different situation in short, inertia. I think the default position is inertia, followed distantly by heroic actions to save a troubled institution. But almost never on anyone’s radar is an orderly end. There are not obvious roadmaps about how to wind-down and liquidate an institution even though this is often what is needed. Instead, we allow these institutions to crash and burn. So boards need to know how to recognize that the non-existence of their institution might be preferable to limping onward indefinitely. And they need to know how, once they have made a decision to pull the plug, to do so in the least destructive way possible.

  • Paul
    avril 10th, 2015 à 16 h 47 min

    Higher salaries are not the main issue; the onngiog, costly, game of musical director’s chairs is due to the structure of the industry : one cannot move up, except by moving on. This is true for curators, educators, development staff, etc., but is especially true at the director level; once you’re director, the only path to career advancement is to be director of something bigger or better. Most nonprofits do all they can for their employees (at least valuable upper-level ones), but neverthless continually lose them to bigger organizations that can do more.

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