Companies often spend countless hours and large sums of money seeking the right software platform for their needs. And once they find a workable software solution, there’s the issue of integration which can be a very complex and costly process.
Businesses looking to stay ahead of the competition should leverage software that uses smart algorithms to automate certain interactions. Conversational artificial intelligence (AI) is at the forefront of this movement, improving customer experiences with fast personalized responses.
Businesses everywhere want the most efficient and flexible ways of achieving their software needs. As such, agile mobile development has quickly become the norm for companies looking to optimize their mobile strategy.
It’s been quite the journey for Wi-Fi so far. Consumers have now had access to wireless internet service for 20 years and the technology continues to evolve. In fact, with the latest Wi-Fi update, we are moving away from Wi-Fi 802.11ac to make way for WiFi 6.
Technology has enabled the healthcare industry to make serious headway in recent years. In fact, shifting operations and systems to the digital realm—known as a “digital transformation”—helps medical organizations become more efficient, refine treatment options and cut costs. A digital transformation in healthcare could mean anything from digitizing customer records, moving data and applications to the cloud or improving the mobile strategy.
Internet of Things (IoT) smart devices can be found in many homes across the world. And while these devices have a lot to offer from an entertainment standpoint, the benefits they provide in the business world are perhaps even more impressive.
As more and more business operations become digital, having a mobile app has become necessary in order for a company to remain competitive. Business mobile apps offer a slew of tempting benefits, including increased visibility, better customer engagement and more consistent revenue generation. Read More
Augmented reality (AR) is an exciting, cutting-edge technology that is set to disrupt a range of industries. While AR was originally known mostly for its role in the gaming sphere, its uses are expanding to include the business world.
Most people are familiar with at least one Internet of Things (IoT) device, as the term refers to everything from smartphones to smart home hubs like the Amazon Echo. Statista predicts that the global IoT market will increase from $249.2 billion in 2018 to $457.29 billion in 2020, suggesting that the industry is the healthiest it’s ever been and shows no signs of slowing down.