With the release of iOS 8, Apple once again delivers a lot of great capability to end users. From our perspective, the release of a new mobile operating system means that we need to ensure our mobile clients work well with the new OS and that we look for opportunities to take advantage of new capabilities.
Really excited about our customer MasterCard and the way they deliver on their vision “A World Beyond Cash”. Tuesday, Apple announced Apple Pay and MasterCard is in the center.
Last week Gartner released the Magic Quadrant for Social Software in the Workplace and I see great alignment with our approach to enterprise social. Gartner has recognized our strength in execution two years in a row and I believe this is a testament to how fast we move and our commitment to deliver.
A few weeks ago, I was chatting with a major industry analyst who said they project that every company will have 1000 mobile apps. For a moment, that seemed unrealistic. But when you consider the number of use cases that a large enterprise might want to enable on a mobile device, the 1000 number actually sounds pretty realistic.
Because Sitrion focuses on the broad mission of making work better, we sometimes get asked to share our views on the future of work. It’s pretty clear to me what technology will need to do in order for this to be an enjoyable future.
For most companies, time and attendance management is a topic best avoided. A system or process has been in place for years and while often painful, many enterprises feel their current system is ‘good enough’. But is it? Read more...
When I first saw how fast you could create a functional mobile app against SAP with our mobile ONE platform, I was pretty blown away. Recently, I’ve started playing around with our new SharePoint connector... Read more.
We all have those “good corporate citizen” moments at work when you are asked to make a change in the way you do work… like one time where my employer adjusted T&E policy and required that I attach an email to every travel expense report
Imagine you are a global brand, competing globally with other companies to get the best talent. In order to find people and retain them you spend a lot of money on employer branding, so you can build your image as a modern organization.
My colleague, Brian Kellner, wrote a blog series about the journey of social last week. It got me thinking about how great it is that Engagement Scorecard is flexible enough to support a company regardless of the stage of their social journey.