On March 12, 2013 RTF shared a remarkable software solution that one day will render retail store system hardware obsolete.
Similar to the iPhone launch in 2007, Steve Jobs foretold the future and felt restricted by the hardware buttons of the keyboard.
Steve commented... "It doesn't work because the buttons and controls can't change".
Apple launched the first revolutionary Smartphone interface that allowed future innovation and ideas to freely flow in through the hardware and software making up the successful DNA of iPhone today.
During the Athens launch Bill Dandie commented on Steve's Jobs vision, "SmartCircle will follow the same path, the store's system hardware will only slow down our collective vision for the perfect retail environment".
Bill continues, "What will change today? First life becomes simpler, the future is more friendly, retailers will experience substantial cost savings and in the end we will do the environment a huge favor. Also, in the past wireless retailer such as Sprint, Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Wind and Vodafone spotlighted Tablets and Smartphones to move the customer to a purchase, that doesn't change. The monumental shift introduced here, today - the devices now run vital store systems too."
Athens, Greece was chosen for sharing "day One" with us, the western world. Many thousand's of years ago Ancient Greece molded our democratic, educational, philosophical and athletic framework without following a leader, they started from a blank page and wrote history.
RTF shared "day One" with Greece to show appreciation and respect for laying the ground work of modern civilization. SmartCircle technology and methodology will have a significant impact on the world and illustrate how shared hardware can be leveraged to reduce costs, the retail carbon footprint and remove unnecessary hardware.
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