Two weeks have passed since we heard that ModusLink has been nominated for two 2015 CNP Awards. The fourth annual CNP Awards honors companies, programs and solutions that have distinguished themselves in the card-not-present space during the past year.
And so, we bid adieu to another Mobile World Congress. For those of you who have never been, this is one of the key events year-after-year to meet some of the best and brightest in the mobile industry, as well as to see debuts of new products that raise the bar of mobile innovation.
This week, ModusLink will be at the annual Wearables TechCon event in Santa Clara, CA to discuss this growing segment of the personal electronics market.
ModusLink is excited to announce, that after making a big effort to get nominated for the 2015 Card Not Present (CNP) Awards, we are now in the running for two 2015 CNP Awards. The fourth annual CNP Awards honors companies, programs and solutions that have distinguished themselves in the card-not-present space during the past year.
I have seen the future of consumer products – and that future is customized.
An ever increasing number of companies are offering consumers the possibility to customize their products, exactly as the customer wants. This trend has impacted every type of consumer good product you can think of – from clothing to vehicles, to home accessories and even mobile phones.
It seems that everywhere you turn, companies are touting their sustainability efforts, green initiatives and eco-friendly practices in everything from un-bleached paper, to CO2 scrubbers, to hybrid delivery vehicles, to recycled packaging.
Anyone who attends this week’s edition of the annual CES show will see some of the most innovative consumer devices on display, everything from smartphones and smartwatches to televisions and refrigerators. With the Internet of Things (IoT) trend re-invigorating companies’ efforts to connect everything to the Internet, you can be sure to see connected devices and products on display that no one has ever thought of before.