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One iota


One iota team develops a range of innovative technology solutions in just 48 hours.


holds Hackathon to drive the future of retailing


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01 The one iota team


working on all those great ideas and concepts for the future of the business, and of course, our clients.” Projects worked on included a mobile control to allow the user to control


a TV shopping app from their phone, and an app to help retailers manage orders and view reporting and statistics on-the-go. Other projects included Report-o-matic 5000, a business intelligence for


One iota’s MESH retail platform, and Trendy Stats which uses statistics taken from shopping carts and orders to show retailers what is trending in real time. One iota chief technology officer Dave Hague said: “We work in an


incredibly fast moving industry, with innovation occurring at a rapid pace. Giving our entire team the opportunity to experiment with the latest technologies means that we are keeping pace and developing their skills for the future. “We had a fantastic two days with some amazing prototypes produced,


and we’re now looking forward to seeing how we can develop them further over the next 12 months.”


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