Taxi apps are quite the rage these days. In developing economies like India, taxi apps are more popular, just as Uber is quite popular in USA. The convenience and safety that taxi apps have to offer makes it the trending favorite for many. And with there being more middle class individuals than ever before, it makes perfect sense to create your own taxi dispatch software.
In this new omnichannel world, simply offering a standalone ecommerce channel isn’t enough. Companies need a platform that unites their channels and supports a more uid model of customer engagement.
Managing your finances and handling your insurance is definitely getting easier with a consistently growing range of personal finance, banking and insurance apps that could immensely simplify how you spend or save money and how you handle your auto, health or home insurance plans. A recent survey conducted by Federal Reserve has revealed that around 28 percent of consumers having mobile phones usually track all their monetary habits with the mobile phone.
In their report, ICMI Guide to Perfecting the Customer Journey, they offer recommendations to help contact center decision makers.
Download this customer success story to read their strategy of replacing their old commerce solution with a new one that would provide a more robust environment and better complement its back-end systems.
Deploying a Dynamic, Personalized Ecommerce Experience for B2B Customers in Metals Processing & DistributionMay 10, 2016 No Comments
Read how the company deployed a B2B ecommerce platform and extended their newly launched eccommerce channel to other regions and countries where they have a strong presence.
When we think of ridesharing apps, the very first thing that pops into our minds is the efficiency of popular taxi apps like Lyft and Uber. Before we delve into further details about fleet management systems let’s take a look at the basics of what ridesharing apps are and how they have their positive effects. So how does a taxi mobile app work?
with Jeremy Moskowitz, Founder and CEO, PolicyPak SoftwareIn this interview, Jeremy Moskowitz, founder and CEO of PolicyPak, speaks with IT Briefcase on the challenges and opportunities of using a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI.)Read More >>>
Download this customer success story to read their strategy of replacing their old ecommerce solution with a new one that would provide a more robust environment and better complement its back-end systems.
A popular eyewear company wanted a unique ecommerce channel designed exclusively for this market segment to promote and sell the products that aren’t available to the general public.
The pace of digital transformation and cloud migration is forcing IT professionals to review their current infrastructure and force change to accommodate new business demands brought on by the age of the customer. Many organizations are motivated by fear, such as of the potential business disruption in their industries from new digital startups like airbnb or uber; more optimistically, they’re motivated by the opportunities brought by digital technologies to improve their customers’ experience.
A total of 10 vendors made the 2015 Magic Quadrant, representing the biggest companies in the market that provide support and solutions around ADCs.
Based on the experiences of 148 respondents, this report will explore what makes a product development company successful. It will look at the differences between the Best-in-Class and their competitors.
To get a sense for what you can expect in 2016, we talked to our course authors, internal experts and customers. We gained some valuable insights into what your team will need to know for the dev, IT and creative industries.
with Ed Macnair, CEO, CensorNetIn this interview, Ed Macnair, CEO of CensorNet, speaks with IT Briefcase on how security technologies needs to evolve to meet the challenge and opportunities of cloud computing.Read More >>>
You might already know them from theagileadmin.com, but let me introduce you to two of the leading minds in the Rugged DevOps movement: James Wickett and Ernest Mueller. Both James and Ernest are active leaders in the DevOps space, in addition to helping organize events like DevOpsDays Austin and LASCON. Our conversation covered a lot of bases from the founding of Rugged DevOps to aligning organizational silos to lessons learned from W. Edwards Demings.
In this session, you will learn about how a real cutting edge client has deployed the SAP HANA infrastructure using SUSE Linux and the Power Platform to deliver a value service to their client.
Advances in technology have made it easier than ever to manage both your personal and professional life. Having a smartphone on hand at all times is no longer a novelty—almost two-thirds of the population own one, according to a 2015 Pew Research Study. And smartphone owners are using them for more than just making phone calls and sending texts. Smartphones are used heavily to get online, or download applications specifically created to manage every facet of life.
Introduces the WebSphere Application Server V8.5.5 Liberty profile solution for developing the advanced applications and gives an overview of the Liberty profile and its tools.
This SmartSelect paper discusses the development challenges companies face today and how a suitable application development platform combined with a DevOps approach to development can provide the flexibility that takes into account the needs of developers, IT, and the business.
In this white paper, you’ll learn how tools for continuous development, patterns for scaling infrastructure, resources for managing APIs, and middleware systems for deploying highly flexible application servers can help meet your goals, as well as management and market demands.
The mobile revolution has transformed the way that businesses get work done. Distributed teams and remote individuals need applications that are available any time and on all of their devices. This new model of collaboration and productivity has created a high demand for the latest “it” career in tech: custom app developer.
with Kong Yang, SolarWindsIn this interview, Kong Yang, Head Geek and technical product manager at SolarWinds, speaks with IT Briefcase on how hybrid environments are changing the role of the IT professional. Read More >>>
We are entering a new era of computing. Following the programmable and tabulating systems eras, cognitive computing represents a huge leap forward. This new era brings with it fundamental differences in how systems are built and interact with humans.
Mobile devices are quickly becoming the primary devices among enterprises. Their great user experience, increased computing capabilities, explosion of apps, and always-on connectivity combined with agility, make them ideal replacements for PCs. Mobility these days, is not just a tool enabling employees access to email and a handful of corporate applications, but rather a tool to improve employee productivity and ease of working by enabling them with real-time connectivity to customers, partners, suppliers and workers.
It is becoming increasingly harder to maintain network reliability and consistent service levels across the organization. The adoption of cloud services, business application-focused requirements and evolving security policies require IT organizations to continuously deploy configuration changes.
The voice over IP (VoIP) services market is enjoying a strong growth. According to Empowered News, the corporate consumer segment of VoIP technologies should reach $86.2 billion in revenue by 2020, while alternatives like hosted PBX and even PSTN continue to perform well. If you’re considering a first-time telecom implementation and this all sounds confusing, you’re not alone — many companies struggle when choosing the right mix of value, features and ease of use. Here are four tips to help jump-start the telecoms conversation.