NFQ Technologies expands with the opening of a new office in Šiauliai

The technology company NFQ Technologies is shifting into a higher gear as it expands in Šiauliai and opens a new office in the city. It plans within the next two years to enlarge its team there to 40 people. The company hopes to attract experienced developers, software architects, project managers, data scientists and software automation engineers who want to work in the Šiauliai area.



NFQ Technologies is set for growth in all three Lithuanian campuses

Having moved its office to a new location in Vilnius, NFQ Technologies plans further growing available workspace by 20% by the end of the year. Office space will increase in all three campuses in Kaunas, Vilnius and Šiauliai. NFQ Technologies expects to grow by 50 professionals throughout 2019. The company will expand its technology stack by concentrating and increasing resources in dedicated specialist teams of Mobile technologies, Java, Python developers.



Digitalization of retail: the traditional stores are not enough

Technology has changed the customers' profile, behaviour and expectations. Customers behave differently to compare with the time when leading traditional retail business was born. Moreover, it creates considerable challenges for business leaders. Accustomed to continually switching communication channels in the process of buying decision making, the customer benchmarks his shopping experience with the examples irrelevant to a specific market or sector. To an extent, even the local shops increasingly often compete with global business leaders.



Lithuanian e-commerce businesses do not take full advantage of email marketing

Just 10% of major e-commerce portals in Lithuania take full advantage of email marketing, reveals research conducted by NFQ Technologies, the digital innovation company. 59% of businesses running existing e-commerce platforms do not employ the newsletters, one of the main tools of email marketing at all.



The war between e-commerce and shopping centers will end in peaceful union

If you’re buying ice cream at a store and get the sense that it’s not you that’s looking at the freezer but the freezer that’s eyeing you, don’t rush to see a doctor – it’s just artificial intelligence, a toy helping retailers understand what kind of ice cream you like, and which you intended to buy but changed your mind and put it back.