The modern world bogged down in the COVID-19 quarantine restrictions took advantage of the technology. Technological advances have covered various needs across the globe, industries, and various areas of our life. Even the slowest to adopt innovations industries — such as real estate — are catching up with technological trends. However, the real estate industry only benefits from those improvements as they result in greater efficiency and customer satisfaction.
Recently, Deloitte has asked real estate businesses if the COVID-19 has exposed shortcomings in digital capabilities and affected plans for transformation, and here’s what they responded:
Mobile commerce development is one of the fastest-growing trends in the retail industry. Mobile commerce apps are offering an added advantage for businesses and help promote online shopping. Yet, to best harness the power of mCommerce, businesses should take the most cost-effective and expedient strategy, the one that starts with researching the cost of eCommerce mobile app development. Without further ado, let’s cover this sensitive topic.
Originally published at onix-systems.com.
The role of innovation in the health industry has been continually growing over the last decade. According to a recent report by McKinsey, med-tech’s leading trends include integrated solutions, regulations, smarter devices, and real-time analytics. New software is improving the quality of medical treatment, providing solutions for various issues in healthcare, and enhancing the entire industry’s performance.
However, these improvements come at a price. Security issues caused by various factors can lead to the protected health information (PHI) being compromised, and even the loss of data.
Life has become stressful as ever in the past decades. The pandemic did not make things better either: almost 67% of workers reported having a higher stress level than before.
People are dealing with stress and anxiety in different ways, but meditation is mentioned in every single article on this subject.
An impressive number of over 52 million people have downloaded one of the most popular meditation apps in 2019. The usage of meditation apps is exponentially growing and its marker is expected to be valued at US$341.9 million by 2029.
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Technology has made our lives much easier. We can wash dishes and clothes without getting our hands wet, find any information within seconds, do many jobs without actually going to work, and much more. There is a problem, however: now that people don’t need to move that much, it’s getting harder to keep fit.
Despite all innovations, people also still find themselves busier than ever. Often, they feel too tired for exercise, whereas a video game or social media on their smartphones are both more fun and easier to do. …
A few decades ago there was no alternative to visiting a physical store, yet since the invention of the Internet, a lot of businesses established their online presence and offered their customers a convenient way to purchase a wide variety of products. Now we call it eCommerce (as in ‘electronic commerce’).
The sky is not the limit, as the saying goes, so eCommerce expands and now has a stand-alone extension in mobile commerce or mCommerce which is growing even faster now that most people got accustomed to smartphones. …
Legacy software is a system that is no longer effective at serving business needs but is still in use. The lifespan of most IT products is just three years, after which using them can negatively impact the business.
Still, outdated software reportedly makes up 31% of any organization’s technology. Numerous businesses and organizations, including banks, government institutions, and retailers, are using such software mainly because there always seem to be tasks more important than their application modernization.
In this article, we are going to disclose the hazards of obsolete software, list the main benefits of application modernization, and showcase examples…
Originally published at onix-systems.com.
The primary reason for startups’ failures is that there was no significant market need for their product or service. The marketing term that reflects this concern is known as product-market fit (PMF).
Finding a product-market fit is a crucial early-stage challenge for every startup and the first point of real success in their product development process. If they build their product before they’ve found a market for it, they may need to burn up lots of cash on improvements before it meets the market’s requirements. …
Software-as-a-Service, also known as SaaS, is becoming mainstream nowadays. Increased automation and agility are fueling the SaaS market’s growth. According to Report Linker, the global SaaS market size is expected to grow from $371 billion in 2020 to $832 billion by 2025.
There is a good reason for SaaS success and demand. Thanks to the flexibility, affordability for any budget, and accessibility from any device, almost any business can benefit from implementing such applications, starting from tiny stationery shops to giant corporations.
Nowadays, mobile apps rule the world. Both the usage of mobile devices and the global application economy keep growing. According to Statista, only during the 3rd quarter of 2020, downloads across Google Play and Apple App Store totaled 36.5 billion. Consumers spent nearly 20% more money than in the same period in 2019.