Whisky Friday – The Whisky Manhattan

Posted on Fri, December 02, 2016 in Greatest Hits by Paul Weinert

​This is my go to drink when I want to feel fancy and dignified. The classic whisky manhattan. It’s strong, smooth and a downright velvety delight. It’s also super easy to make.

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Technology Trends for 2017

Posted on Tue, November 29, 2016 in Greatest Hits, Digital Marketing, Business Operations by Paul Weinert

The technology around us is transforming lives, disrupting businesses and changing just about everything. This is the march of never-ending progress and it will continue to steam on, but I wanted to take a moment to look into the upcoming trends for how technology is going to continue to change and evolve in 2017.

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Whisky Friday – Whisky Sour

Posted on Fri, November 04, 2016 in Greatest Hits by Paul Weinert

Today, I will teach you, dear wanderer, how to make the greatest cocktail in the world. It’s simultaneously delicious, easy to drink and strong — two of these will set your worries aside and ease the heavy burdens of adulthood from your heart.

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A Digital-First World

Posted on Thu, October 13, 2016 in Greatest Hits, Business Operations by Paul Weinert

The world is evolving around digital technologies and businesses must adapt to these changes in order to stay competitive. We are currently in a sea of change wherein interconnected, digital technologies are replacing and obsoleting the old ways of doing business.

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Web Design Trend Predictions of 2017

Posted on Mon, October 10, 2016 in Greatest Hits, Web Design, User Experience by Tiffany Tay

We’re quickly approaching the end of 2016, with about three months left until we ring in the new year! Here at GRAYBOX, we always have our eye out when new design movements occur, and this blog post is a curation of the most prevalent trends that will likely continue through to the next year.

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Oracle Buys NetSuite - But Why?

Posted on Mon, August 15, 2016 in Greatest Hits, Business Operations by Jon Love

Why would Oracle acquire NetSuite? Every business believes they fit in a particular segment of their ecosystem, and the strategic moves they make offer a rare glimpse into the otherwise protected thinking of their management team. Having supported, implemented, designed, and sold many complex NetSuite solutions over the past decade, there are many compelling questions to this storyline.

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Amazon Accelerator Series Part 5: Brand Development

Posted on Wed, August 10, 2016 in Greatest Hits, Business Operations, eCommerce by Corey Thomas

To finish our series, we’ll look at the value of long-term brand development efforts and how companies are able to build upon their success selling on Amazon. If this is the first you’ve seen our series, be sure to check out how Amazon might be a fit for your business and our other posts.

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Amazon Accelerator Series Part 4: Marketing Tactics and Strategy

Posted on Tue, August 09, 2016 in Greatest Hits, Business Operations, eCommerce by Corey Thomas

Today we are going to discuss the strategy behind marketing and selling products on Amazon.com. It is critical that companies know how they are going to compete in the marketplace in order to improve their chances of success.

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Amazon Accelerator Series Part 3: Supply Chain Management

Posted on Wed, August 03, 2016 in Greatest Hits, Business Operations, eCommerce by Corey Thomas

A powerful aspect of Amazon is the Operational Efficiency that companies can attain when they use the marketplace. Today we’ll focus on two business units for which Amazon’s systems and operations framework can help ease the complications that come with rapid growth.

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Amazon Accelerator Series Part 2: The Product Page

Posted on Tue, August 02, 2016 in Greatest Hits, Business Operations, eCommerce by Corey Thomas

The Amazon Marketplace is built around individual product sales performance. This means every product page a company creates has to be of the highest quality – there is almost no brand equity on Amazon, especially if a product page converts poorly overtime due to unoptimized content. Amazon makes money when items sell, so if a company’s products aren’t selling their product position will suffer.

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