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  • Jewelry e-retailer Ice.com embraces open source software

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    Jewelry e-retailer Ice.com embraces open source software

    The infrastructure upgrade saves more than $250,000 annually, the retailer says.

    Posted 01/15/2013Amy DustoPost a comment

    The infrastructure upgrade saves more than $250,000 annually, the retailer says.

    Related Content:Jewelry Store Data | Open Source | Seller Cloud

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    Hat World selects LiquidPixels` LiquiFire to power On-line Product Customization

    ROCHESTER, NY - January 9, 2006 - LiquidPixels, Inc., the leader in dynamic imaging, announced the selection of its LiquiFire product by Hat World, Inc. to power personalized product creation for "Lids Create Your Own" custom hat creation Web site www.lidscyo.com. LiquiFire enables Hat World`s online customers to interactively design and visualize their custom-created hat products. "As part of our commitment to providing a world-class online...

    Posted 01/10/2006

    ROCHESTER, NY - January 9, 2006 - LiquidPixels, Inc., the leader in dynamic imaging, announced the selection of its LiquiFire product by Hat World, Inc. to power personalized product creation for "Lids Create Your Own" custom hat creation Web site www.lidscyo.com. LiquiFire enables Hat World`s…
  • / Technology

    Hat World heads in a new direction

    Hat World Corp., which operates Lids.com, is looking to expand both its online sales and product offerings by pursuing more opportunities in niche programs such as custom embroidery.

    Posted 02/23/2005Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Hat World Corp., which operates Lids.com, is looking to expand both its online sales and product offerings by pursuing more opportunities in niche programs such as custom embroidery.
  • From top to bottom: footwear seller Genesco buys Hat World

    Footwear and accessories retailer Genesco Inc. acquired Hat World Corp., operator of 481 stores and four web sites that sell hats and caps.

    Posted 04/02/2004Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Footwear and accessories retailer Genesco Inc. acquired Hat World Corp., operator of 481 stores and four web sites that sell hats and caps.
  • / Press Release

    Overstock.com Relies on Oracle(R) to Serve Millions of Shoppers

    NEW YORK, LINUXWORLD, Jan 21, 2004 -- Overstock.com(R) (Nasdaq: OSTK), one of the world`s largest online retailers, overhauled its existing IT infrastructure to take advantage of Oracle(R) Real Application Clusters on RedHat Linux, providing millions of customers with faster access to more products on a highly available and reliable Web site. Each day, Overstock.com and its sister site, Overstockb2b.com, are visited by more than 400,000 consumers...

    Posted 01/21/2004

    NEW YORK, LINUXWORLD, Jan 21, 2004 -- Overstock.com(R) (Nasdaq: OSTK), one of the world`s largest online retailers, overhauled its existing IT infrastructure to take advantage of Oracle(R) Real Application Clusters on RedHat Linux, providing millions of customers with faster access to more products…
  • / Press Release

    ATG Announces Red Hat Enterprise Linux Support in ATG 6

    Move Increases Customer Platform Alternatives While Lowering Total Cost of Ownership CAMBRIDGE, Mass. and SAN FRANCISCO, JavaOne (Booth 612) - June 10, 2003 - ATG (Art Technology Group, Nasdaq: ARTG), a leading provider of innovative software applications for commerce and customer self-service, today announced that the company`s ATG 6 product suite now supports the Linux operating system. Support for the Red Hat Enterprise Linux platform is...

    Posted 06/12/2003

    Move Increases Customer Platform Alternatives While Lowering Total Cost of Ownership CAMBRIDGE, Mass. and SAN FRANCISCO, JavaOne (Booth 612) - June 10, 2003 - ATG (Art Technology Group, Nasdaq: ARTG), a leading provider of innovative software applications for commerce and customer self-service,…
  • They Did It Their Way

    Some retailers don’t want to make programmers and software developers rich, so they turn to open source software to create home-grown applications.

    Posted 02/27/2003Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Some retailers don’t want to make programmers and software developers rich, so they turn to open source software to create home-grown applications.
  • Born Free

    Linux challenges Microsoft in the commerce-server arena, but although the software is free, hidden costs and the lack of knowledgeable programmers may limit Linux’s growth.

    Posted 02/01/2001Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Linux challenges Microsoft in the commerce-server arena, but although the software is free, hidden costs and the lack of knowledgeable programmers may limit Linux’s growth.

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