With mobile apps becoming so intrinsic and ubiquitous, we as consumers have become the greatest critics on app user experience and useability. Sparse design, no visual clutter, minimal colour palette, crisp typography and clear navigation have all become design attributes we now expect in apps designed for individuals, and from a commercial aspect, service organisations. So now in the field services sector the demand for slick, easy to use mobile apps is growing and so too is their purpose and role with regards to the collection of data.
As we move into the second half of 2014, storing information in the cloud is nothing new. Yet businesses should ensure its cloud solution is cutting edge to differentiate from their competitors.
This week saw Australia become the first country in the world to end its carbon pricing policy.
The uncertainty around the carbon tax has clouded businesses so it is good news that there is now some clarity and companies can start to formulate their plan and response.
For retailers, there’s a quite storm known as Omni-channel that’s highlighting the importance, understanding and appreciation for the science of supply chains and logistics.