Is ‘Mobile BI’ finally reaching the promise-land?
Posted by:Shyam Deval June 30th, 2014
The pervasiveness of Mobile as a critical channel in customer, employee and partner engagements continues to grow rapidly with every passing year.  And yet use of mobile for BI is still something that users continue to resist.  It’s partly because many ‘mobile first’ BI vendors continue to struggle in providing a level of maturity in their tools when it comes … Continue reading “Is ‘Mobile BI’ finally reaching the promise-land?”
Posted by:Nithin Rao June 27th, 2014
This post is part of a series (read parts 1234567 ,8 ,9 and 10 here) on building forms in mobile apps. We have heard of all kinds of management practices in use but I guess this term of ‘Space Management’ is … Continue reading “Ideas For ‘Space Management’ In Mobile App Forms”
Posted by:Richard Smith June 26th, 2014
Empower Me! Yes this is what Meaningful Use Stage 3 is all about in a nutshell. Whereas Stage 1 focused on making healthcare data more accessible, Stage 2 touched upon Patient Engagement. Stage 3 initial recommendations, recently out for public comments, seem to be a step ahead in engaging patients. The world is going mobile. It seems nearly everyone has … Continue reading “Mobility matures with MU stage 3”
Posted by:Jyoti Trehan June 25th, 2014
What is a report, anyway? Is the monthly account statement in your inbox a report? Is the boarding pass issued by an airline a report? Are the end of day bulk reports being churned out by line printers in the back-office of a financial institution the real reports? Or are pie charts and bar charts the real reports and all … Continue reading “The Anatomy of Reporting”
Posted by:Nithin Rao June 24th, 2014
This post is part of a series (read parts 12345678 and 9 here) on building forms in mobile apps. As I mentioned in the previous article of this series, Time and Space are two extremely important considerations while designing a mobile app. We … Continue reading “Being the master of space in your mobile app form!”
Posted by:Ranjit Anand June 23rd, 2014
Have you ever wondered about the reasons behind your project delay? Have you been in a situation where you don’t have answers to tell your client about the delay? Try giving it another thought, the reason may be because of the few poor performers in your project. Below are some of the ways thatcan help you rescue the project from … Continue reading “5 ways to rescue your project from poor performers”
Posted by:Richard Smith June 20th, 2014
A few weeks ago Apple announced the HealthKit framework as part of iOS 8. Now Google is rumored to be entering that market next week with an announcement of Google Fit at its Google I/O developers conference next week. Google’s experience in the healthcare market is a clue about what patients (customers!) want from all the healthcare data they generate. … Continue reading “mHealth frameworks – What if they gave a party and no one showed up?”
Posted by:Nithin Rao June 19th, 2014
What was primarily a consumer technology just got a ticket in the enterprise fast lane. Enter Salesforce Wear, a developer pack that enables developers to start developing apps for wearables. An app development platform that not only contains open source code, but also comes packed with sample apps for six wearable devices – Google Glass, Android Wear, Samsung Gear 2, Myo, Nymi and Pebble Watch. Though wearables … Continue reading “ Just Fast-Tracked the Growth of Wearables”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao June 18th, 2014
5 Lessons I Learned the Hard Way to Running a Successful Mobile Project.. here goes : Mobile is not Web This seems obvious at first but there has been a lot of unlearning along the way that needed to happen. Web projects have the heft of enterprise servers behind them and the browser is just a dumb interface. With mobile, … Continue reading “5 Lessons I Learned the Hard Way to Running a Successful Mobile Project”
Posted by:Richard Smith June 17th, 2014
Surprised? Well, the minute we start talking about mobility in sales, catalog app is what comes to our mind. If we give it a couple more seconds, presentations, route maps etc. will queue up in the list. And eventually the thoughts on how mobile apps improve customer interaction and upselling opportunities would hog our minds. Is that all? What is … Continue reading “Thinking Beyond Mobile Catalogs”

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