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.”
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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.
Immersive technologies are driving digital transformation and bringing an unquestionable amount of benefits to businesses. From scalability to greater efficiency, this emerging tech is creating an enhanced user experience for both customers and employees. And whilst some of these immersive technologies are still a few years away from mainstream adoption, organisations must be on their toes to take full advantage when these unique opportunities finally come to fruition.
The importance of an enterprise app is at an all-time high, regardless of your industry. The moment a need is identified, speed and innovation become crucial to the success of an enterprise app.
An iterative approach to enterprise app development will enable your organisation to learn fast and develop an application which meets both the needs of the user and the business.
Topics: Enterprise Mobility
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is beginning to creep into all aspects of the business world and our daily lives. Whilst many still don’t fully understand how AI technology even works, others are utilising it as potent business tool and driving productivity and efficiency.
AI isn’t just a craze, it’s a modern day technological revolution. If you wish to stay ahead of the curve in the next five to ten years, adopting this tech is crucial for your organisation. And what better way to start than by incorporating chatbots?
2016 was a huge year for enterprise mobility, with more and more businesses embracing mobile-centric strategies. It’s clear for all to see that this trend isn’t going anywhere, but the question many organisations are all facing is ‘where is it going to take us?’
Companies are taking huge strides to implement innovative mobile solutions, and with these implementations, it’s critical to keep a close eye on trends that will begin to emerge over the next 12 to 18 months.
Your enterprise doesn’t have users, it has ‘internal customers’. Marketing your mobile apps to employees should follow a similar strategy as marketing an app to a customer. They should choose to use the app because they want to, not because they have to.
So are you marketing your apps to your current employees? Many organisations believe just telling their employees to use the app is enough and expect them to download and start using it immediately. It isn’t.
Whilst the Internet of Things (IoT) is already having a transformative impact upon our home lives, these new and exciting technologies are now being deployed in the 'connected workplace'.
Innovative organisations are exploring new ways to boost productivity and increase efficiencies. And in a world which is dominated by connected devices, the IoT is changing the way we work on a day-to-day basis.
The adoption of smart glasses technology could hugely benefit the enterprise, according to a survey conducted by the Augmented Reality for Enterprise Alliance (AREA), in collaboration with Vital Enterprises.
And there are already a vast number of industry sectors which have adopted smart glasses, with aerospace, automotive, life sciences and manufacturing companies utilising the new emerging technology.