Tag: tech startup

26
Sep

Increase Conversion with Email Checkout

Everyday, we as consumers are inundated with emails from our favorite retailers. Everyday, we ignore those emails. Why? Because they are either irrelevant (they aren’t offering me products I want) or they require additional, inconvenient steps to complete an action. SeeWhy states that 97% of mobile shopping carts are abandoned. Clearly, something is broken. What’s even worse is that marketers

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26
Jul

@Pay Two-Click Merchant Payments at eTail East 2013

@Pay is happy to be exhibiting our two-click payment technology for merchants at eTail East in Philadelphia from August 12th-15th. @Pay president and CEO John Killoran and vice president of sales Jason Rozenblat will be at booth 412, and available to discuss how retailers can increase sales by giving customers easy web and email payments. This year at eTail East,

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16
Jul

@Pay gets Salty!

It’s not talk like a pirate day, yet. @Pay’s ops team is using the open source project SaltStack to manage configurations on our servers, locally and in the cloud. Being nimble means having the ability to launch and configure cloud instances in a snap, and Salt allows us to do just that. SaltStack entered the configuration management arena in 2011—joining

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27
Jun

Press Release: @Pay Universal Email Checkout Compatible with iOS 7

Today we’re pleased to announce that @Pay’s Email Checkout technology is compatible with Apple’s highly anticipated iOS 7, which will be released in the fall. @Pay’s secure, two-click email payments have already proven reliable on more than 93.5% of popular mobile operating systems, including Android, iOS, JavaScript, and Windows Mobile. Email Checkout from @Pay is Compatible on iOS 7 and

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6
Jun

Tech Startup Style

@Pay counts itself lucky to have a staff full of multi-talented people with broad interests. For instance, when she’s not helping us with PR and SEO—and making repeated trips to Staples—creative team summer intern Liz Elder fawns over fashion. Liz joins us from the University of Pennsylvania’s award-winning fashion publication, The WALK. As Editorial Director she has been featured in

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16
May

Nerf War Rules of Engagement

Technology companies have a reputation for office environments on the fringes of corporate culture— where you’ll find nary a stuffy cubicle, and a poly-blend pant suit sighting is akin to seeing Bigfoot. Instead, tech offices are noted for playful interior design with open concept layouts, and nonexistent dress codes. And they’re notorious for blurring boundaries between work and play. @Pay

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