Over the past decade or so, the technology industry has transformed many things we used to buy as physical products into digital services we subscribe to or access on a pay-per-use basis. Think about how we have moved from buying CDs towards paying a monthly subscription to use Spotify, or the shift from DVDs to Netflix.
The growing demand for accurate, effective and convenient business support tools has seen a rise in solution-driven innovations from payment, banking and budgeting applications, to accounting desktop solutions.
The Fitbit Charge 3 is the latest health tracker from Fitbit. It's more than a simple activity tracker and less than a fully features smartwatch. Fitbit likes to call the new Charge 3 a smart Tracker. Steven Ambrose takes the new Fitbit Charge 3 out on runs and to the gym to see how smart it is.
Transformation has been a trending word for a while, as businesses across the globe incorporate their own interpretation of the word into their businesses. Digital transformation, in particular, continues to be a topic prioritised in many boardrooms. However, digital transformation is not a button that you press to enable; it’s a journey, comprising many steps and technologies to work for your business.
EasyBiz QuickBooks, the authorised South African partner of global accounting software leaders, Intuit QuickBooks, is rebranding to align its identity with its vision for the future – providing the latest in technology and innovation to South African customers, partners and accountants.
The effective management of application capital is what will propel the next Amazon, Google, Microsoft, or Netflix. Not how many physical assets they deploy in their infrastructure, warehouses, or showrooms; nor even how many employees they amass. The real competitive differentiator will be found in their applications.
In today’s digitally powered business ecosystem, data has become the lifeblood of every forward-thinking, successful enterprise. More specifically, data analytics (the key information gleaned from volumes of data) is now the primary weaponry that enables business leaders to outsmart their competition. And in such a highly disruptive, cutthroat business sphere, every bit of smart weaponry counts!