The right DaaS strategy is not just in the hardware, but also ‘heart-ware’

There’s been a seismic shift in the technology industry—we’ve all felt it. The emergence of a subscription economy, coupled by the growing mobile workforce and end-user demands for personalised solutions, is encouraging the uptake of new technology-enabled services in the coming years. Device-as-a-Service (DaaS) is no exception. The global DaaS market is expected to grow...

How Great Technologies Can Work Alongside Us, Empower us, and Give Us our Time Back

Before the 1850s, oil painters stored portable pigments in pig’s bladders. These vessels were problematic because they did not travel well. The bladders would frequently dry out, burst, and leak. In frustration, American portrait painter John G. Rand developed a history-altering technology – the tin paint tube. Unlike the squishy pig bladder, this metal medium...

How To Speed Up Deploying Your Technology Upgrades Without Sacrificing Protocol

New technologies are released at faster and faster rates. They enable businesses to accelerate their processes, systems, and operations. Unfortunately, deploying and implementing new technology into a company’s daily practices is anything but quick. To an extent, technology deployment can’t happen overnight. If the technology is customer facing, a slow introduction is crucial to avoid...

Predictive Analytics is the Secret for Businesses to Survive Digital Darwinism

Predictive Analytics is the Secret for Businesses to Survive Digital Darwinism We live in a real-time world, yet many companies still struggle to understand who their customers are, let alone how they’re changing today, and tomorrow. This is problematic as consumer-facing technologies are only further influencing the continued evolution of customer behaviours, expectations and preferences....