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Image for shop association article for the Shop!X annual meeting and expo

Metaworks is pleased to be part of the Shop!X Annual Meeting Nov 8 - 10 in San Antonio, themed Retail Experience 20/20. Speakers and sessions will bring into focus the profound changes in retail and their expected impact on your businesses throughout 2020. We welcome you to stop by the Metaworks display table and say hi to Mark and Geoff. Learn how Mantis software can help you navigate these changes, collect better data on in-store execution, gain deeper insights, and SELL MORE!

Image for Canadian Grocer article about Amazon acquiring Whole Foods

An interesting article about how "Analytics can help move product and offer shoppers tailored recommendations".

Image for globe news wire article about the food and beverage manufacturers on business competitiveness conference

Metaworks is proud to be a member of Food and Beverage Ontario. We participated in recent industry consultation hosted by FBO on what it will take to foster a strong business growth environment.

Image for category management solutions article entitled 'Analytics, the cornerstone of brand success'

Metaworks prides itself on delivering powerful analytics in a understandable way. Here is strategic advisor Daniel Lohman's take on why analytics is so important. Great takeaway "work backwards from the questions you are trying to answer"

Image for shop association article for the Shop!X leadership forum

Come see us at the Shop!X Leadership Forum May 3-5 in Chicago. The World Alliance for Retail Excellence and Standards (WARES) and Shop! -- two of the industry's top associations have come together in a vital partnership to offer members this new educational and networking opportunity.

Image for gotta be mobile article entitled '4 Reasons Not to Install iOS 10.3.1 & 8 Reasons You Should'

iOS 10.3 was released on March 27, 2017, the 10.3.1 security patch came out a few days later on April 4, 2016, and yes the 10.3.2 patch is already in beta. We always recommend waiting a few weeks after an update is released before installing so other poor folks can have the pleasure of tripping over bugs. Do your homework - here is one article talking about the good and bad of 10.3.1.