When it comes to turning business challenges into opportunities, business owners have to be quick, agile, and creative. Workers are learning new skills and looking into different areas to find out solutions on how to continue serving its customers during the coronavirus pandemic. Here are some of the actions businesses are taking to keep up with the current situation and establishing new habits in favour of innovative solutions: Read more
Are you familiar with all the latest techs used in app development for wearables? Wearables, as the name suggests, are gadgets that can be worn and usually have smart sensors and are connected to the internet for data exchange. These devices are one of the best ways to optimize and increase user engagement. The most popular wearables are smartwatches, ear-worn devices, head-mounted VR devices, smart glasses, and smart clothing. Read more
With the COVID-19 outbreak, businesses have been forced to offer products and services online as a solution to the problems that arose with this unfortunate event. Despite the current situation, business owners can still see a light at the end of the tunnel because people are always looking for convenient ways to get what they need. Read more
During software development, there is less room for errors, so this part is critical to the success of a mobile project. However, with a marketing strategy, there are more opportunities to test solutions. Increasing the number of users of a mobile application will not only help with the success of the app but also guide app developers and designers to improve it once data is collected and analyzed. Read more
On June 12th, at 3 PM, Vince O’Gorman, Vog’s CEO and a visionary leader who has provided enormous opportunities for developers and companies in Canada, will be speaking at the Global Petroleum Show (Digital Transformation Zone – Wine Bar) about Simplification through Mobile Innovation: So many technologies, so little time.
With numerous software solutions in the market, businesses are feeling overwhelmed and lost. That’s why it has come to light that the software industry is moving towards the seemingly inevitable consolidation of its products in order to meet the latest businesses’ requirements.
Businesses are drowning in the costs of the huge integration projects needed to link together all the limited applications they need and integration costs are five to ten times the cost of the software itself. Today, the prevailing winds have changed thanks to the solidification of the software industry, the evolution of the internet of things, the improvements of the artificial intelligence technologies, and the power of the cloud. Finally, companies have access to highly affordable, on-demand, always-updated and fully customizable mobile software.
If we want to take advantage of the remarkable technologies that have been presented to us, we need a better strategy to streamline processes, increase efficiency and predict future outcomes. In this presentation, Vince will discuss how we have reached this delicate stage in the relationship between companies and the software industry, what is and how to avoid app burnout, how to use technology to simplify (not complicate) procedures, and how to identify what really matters when adopting a software solution that will truly improve the way you do business.
The faster an organization can launch and improve its software, the more it can drive loyalty for itself and build switching costs for the competition. The pace of technology continues to accelerate, and consumers have come to expect the best and latest experiences a business can provide. If software is taking over the world, you want to know all about it in order to take a seat at the table.
Incident reporting, safety processes and alerting environmental issues don’t need to be confined to spreadsheets and lengthy forms anymore. A customized app will allow you to do it all in a much more effective way, as well as attend other needs that your company may have in order to improve your existing safety program. With the use of a custom mobile application, HSE managers can remotely monitor the status of safety activities, take action and use reporting tools to examine trends. Read more