Digital Transformation implies more “digital assets”. Taking advantage of those assets should have an obvious requirement – software. Software that a company has to write. More assets, more competitive advantage ==> more software. How do companies think they can reduce IT budgets and create MORE software? Crazy, right? What should companies do? Read on for the answer.
IDC says Digital Transformation is about being ‘customer first’. But what are we transforming from? Where are we transforming to? When “digital” first happened, it was about access. Now, the competitive vector is about experience. When customer experience matters how will you step up your software production capabilities to compete effectively?
Many confuse Customer Experience with User Experience. Customer Experience is about putting the customer first, figuring out what to deliver to the customer. User Experience is about how to deliver the Customer Experience. Here are 3 Customer Experience failures in spite of nice User Experiences.
Powerpoint, in fact all office apps, are really frustrating. I have a question for you…
Had the pleasure of hanging with one of the smart security guys at CA, one who has a clarity of thinking made obvious by his the clarity of his conversation. When he said “a mobile app can be much more secure than a mobile browser ‘app'” I asked “why?” and started typing. Here’s his answer. (It’s good)
I reviewed an app called Hurdlr. I’m using a version specific for Speakers and Authors. It turning my income and expense tracking for The Elephant in the Room has a Paycheck from a chore into a fun experience. They’re even being featured on Product Hunt.