There are plenty of tools for tracking just one thing you care about and regularly update on your own--exercise, eating, places you feel comfortable “checking in.” But well-kept personal data is useful, revealing, and hits a sweet spot between curiosity and action.
With UPS MY CHOICE missed deliveries may soon become a thing of the past. Consumers who sign up for the transformational new service--over 1.3 million strong in the program's first 8 months--can make changes to their deliveries while packages are in transit, increasing the success rate of first delivery attempts. This is great for consumers, but it's even better for merchants who experience enhanced customer loyalty and overall revenue growth.
For retailers, an organized and convenient returns program can mean higher customer-loyalty, increased efficiency and lower operational costs. For customers, it makes the shopping experience smooth and easy – a service they are wiling to pay more to have. UPS provides a returns solution backed by a large network of numerous drop-off locations, drivers and organized logistics services that work together to keep businesses and customers happy.
UPS Supply Chain Solutions offers a full array of global air and ocean freight transportation services. With the ability to handle almost any size shipment, including thousands of small products to oversized cargo, from almost any origin to any destination, UPS is a one-stop resource for moving large packages across the globe.
How tiny can a data visualization be and still be meaningful? Edward Tufte pushed the limit of infographic density with his "sparklines," and now Dan Zarrella of Hubspot does something similar--with a micro-sized heatmap of a similarly micro-sized form of communication: the 140-character tweet. According to his visual analysis, links inserted into tweets are more likely to be clicked if they appear somewhere between the start and the middle of the tweet, not the end (as most of us would assume and do in practice).