Since the Last Update In March work continued on the Circle gift card system including the design of the interface to sell Circle gift cards thorough the website. We also added an improvement to the Product Field, making it possible to add any selected special fields to the advanced Search. System upgrade work continued including … Read More
Sarah Winman’s “Still Life” moved up from second last month to top position in March with 848 sales (-23). Close behind was Trent Dalton’s “Love Stories Uplifting True Stories about Love” with 789 sales (-404). Popular author, Marian Keyes moved up from 11th into third with “Again Rachel”, selling 732 copies (+140).
Barack Obama’s ‘A Promised Land’ continued to hold top position in December selling a huge 4,534 copies (+ 2,217).
2020’s Booker Prize Winning novel, ‘Shuggie Bain’ came in a close second with 4,188 sales while Trent Dalton’s ‘All Our Shimmering Skies’ slipped to third position with 3,691 sales (+1,460).
The bestselling author of Boy Swallows Universe, Trent Dalton returns to the top of the Bestseller list with All Our Shimmering Skies, selling an impressive 4402 copies (+ 2927).
The Survivors by Jane Harper holds its second spot with 2810 sales (+655).
Craig Silvey’s Honeybee jumps to third place from 45th with 1912 sales (+1517).
‘A Bigger Picture (Malcolm Turnbull, HB)’ was #1 in April with 1762 units sold.
‘Phosphorescence: On Awe, Wonder and Things That Sustain You When the World Goes Dark’ was #2 with 1243 sales.
‘Where the Crawdads Sing’ dropped down one spot to #3 with 1077 sales (- 127)
As a small aside the combined sales of the six ‘Bluey’ titles in the top 50 are greater than Malcolm Turnbull’s ‘A Bigger Picture’.
January has been all about getting the changes held back over Christmas out to prod. There have been a lot of bug fixes but also optimisations, improvements and new features moved to beta.
This year for our conference special we will be giving an 11.6″ Acer 360 Touch Chromebook to every store that decides to become a Circle Software customer.
Through 2015 and particularly towards the end we were experiencing slowdowns and outages that were essentially related to high load. High load in cloud applications is a bit like the weather (in NZ anyway) you are never quite sure what is going to hit you or where it is going to come from. All load … Read More