In this episode of B60 TV B60 CEO, Chris Williams and Product Owner and Digital Transformation specialist, Alex Hansford talk about the importance of having a product owner.
Construction is one industry that is on the verge of transformation due to the growing potential for the application of mobile technology. According to Lynn Langmade, author of the Construction Productivity blog, “for construction companies that want to increase their productivity and grow their business, it’s critical not just to have a solid foundation on the ground, but also a solid foundation in the cloud”. This assertion is supported by Robert Ring, the associate editor of Construction Business Owner. “There are many ways in which both consumer mobile devices and specialized industry devices can improve efficiency in any workplace, but this is especially true for construction.”
Last week we discussed Enterprise mobility in the Construction Sector (you can find that here http://bit.ly/2I3Ht3U ), this week we look at the Retail Sector
I’ve just come off our first live video stream for B60 TV. It was great, I enjoyed it and I think it went well for our first go. We will make improvements, such as audio and keep the topics more punchy.
Mobility in the workplace...
Creating Mobility Solutions in your business is not a problem, it’s an opportunity. In the coming weeks we will look at how Enterprise Mobility is reshaping how we run our businesses across various sectors.
Many medium and large organisations now have customer facing applications. The trick of course is
not just to have a beautiful, slick suite of applications, it is to have your target audience use the
applications, as regularly as possible, to execute real transactions.
I've hijacked the blog... I need to get something off my chest...
Mobile apps are nothing new, they’ve been around a LONG time… Yet many enterprises are still not using them to facilitate growth in their business and improve efficiencies and are falling way behind. In a recent visit to a client it dawned on me just how many enterprises are STILL so far behind the times when it comes to deploying mobile apps to improve their business.
As 2017 draws to a close, we begin to gain clarity on the most popular trends of the year. Companies begin to assemble lists to document the most popular products and services. Apple is no different. Earlier this month Apple revealed its most downloaded apps of 2017 and whilst some are fairly predictable, some represent movements towards technology trends. Here’s a roundup of the most downloaded tablet and mobile apps of 2017.
A guest blog by Jeff Lyall, Marketing Director at Smart Money People. Smart Money People is the UK’s #1 financial services review and insight platform.
It’s nearly D-Day for hundreds of the most beloved apps on the Apple App store. With the release of iOS 11 Apple is going to kill off support for all legacy apps that haven’t been updated to take advantage of the 64 bit processors included in all Apple devices since the iPhone 5S.