Amazon’s helping hand
Swipe Summit: Carlos Conde, the web retail giant’s chief technological guru, wants more small firms to embrace the potential of data analytics for their businesses
When Amazon started out in 1994, the idea of buying online was exotic. Now the company is trying to help small businesses which are still lagging behind to get their act together and play smart on the web.
“When you are an evangelist, you talk about the technology and how people use it for their day-to-day process. You talk about how people change the way they work,” Carlos Conde, chief technology evangelist at Amazon, told The...
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