The Moodie Davitt Report rewarded the company’s OM³ Solution, first successfully implemented at Frankfurt Airport, for excellence in airport and travel retail digital media solutions. The Moodies, now in their fifth year, “recognise best practice in social & digital media among the airport and wider travel retail community.” The Report conferred awards in 22 categories; winners were chosen from 173 shortlisted entries.
OM3 – or Omnichannel Multi-Merchant Marketplace – seamlessly integrates into existing infrastructures across all channels and devices to provide venues with large numbers of customers, such as airports, with a comprehensive suite of software applications, features and services.
The OM³ Suite is an innovative platform consisting of a modular toolset of Omnichannel functionalities, services and infrastructures. This allows a tailor-made selection of features according to airport-specific business requirements. The solution provides passengers with a variety of options for planning their travels and during the journey itself, online and offline shopping at the airport and access to airport services. Passengers can get information about their products and make purchases before they travel or during breaks and waiting times. As a core element of the solution, a variety of Airport and E-Commerce systems can be integrated into the OM³ Suite. More information about the OM³ Suite and use cases on:
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Distributed architectures for web applications (µService architectures) are in demand. However, without preventive measures, such systems are often more susceptible to (D)DoS attacks or overloads than monolithic dinosaurs. But why is this so? The following example quickly makes this clear.
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Many medium-sized retailers believe that cybercrime does not affect them because they are too small or too uninteresting. Yet the e-commerce industry is particularly attractive to criminals. IT security can thus quickly become a business issue that web platform operators in particular should have at the top of their agenda (article in German).