It is time to cast a glance into the future, consider the forces shaping best practices, and make some guesses about the impact they will have on product teams in the year and beyond.
Enterprise web application development has evolved over the years, with enterprises now looking for super-fast and effective ways of reaching their customers.
An online ordering system in a restaurant POS is in-built in it to offer more control and save up to 30 percent of the spending on third-party fees.
In the past few years, aerospace is being bombarded with new technology advancements. How are these innovations impacting it?
Swampfox Technologies brings exceptional self-service and contact center solutions to the market to empower organizations to build intelligent customer experiences while reducing ongoing costs and simplifying operational complexity.
SpearIx offers the first low power wireless solution for ultra reliability, high bandwidth mission critical applications for Industrial IoT.
SwiftWIN is a leading technology solutions provider in software development that helps retailers to increase their sales through data integrity, transaction visibility, information security and business process management.
Harmony Healthcare IT, an award-wining legacy data management firm, offers healthcare organizations an alternative to full data conversion.
Mark Schlesinger, SVP & CIO, Broadridge
After several years of reorganizing and realigning our corporate information technology organizations, we are now focused on realignment of our development teams.
Michael Saad, CIO, UT Medical Center
In the fast-paced and high-stakes healthcare industry, communication is essential to providing great patient care, employee engagement, and achieving profitability.
Joseph Santamaria, CIO, PSEG
The energy grid is being transformed into a smarter, cleaner and more distributed network that must satisfy escalating customer and societal expectations.
By Jeramy Tipton, SVP, Distribution Expansion and Consumer Markets, Aflac
Aflac is a company that fits the bill. Historically, not too many insurance agents and brokers came to the company seeking a digital-first marketing approach.
By Pat Phelan, VP of Market Research, Rimini Street
CIOs consider moving to the cloud for a variety of reasons, including cost savings, scalability, and the ability to more quickly deliver or enable initiatives for the business.
By John Bartucci, VP of the Connected Products SBU, The Master Lock Company
In recent years the confluence of cloud computing, faster networking, mobile, edge device processing, and sensor technologies have converged to enable formerly inanimate objects to start talking.