Our social technology has developed from a new way to communicate to something that changes the way we do business. According to researchers at UCLA we might not just make work better, we might actually make everybody happier and healthier.
The blog about the Industrialization of Mobile by Brad Feld last week triggered an interesting debate about the future of mobile. With the launch of Sitrion ONE we have opened the door for you to mobilize your entire enterprise. Let me share the story of Sitrion ONE and why we believe this is an amazing opportunity.
Today we’re releasing one of the most exciting products I have ever been part of: Sitrion ONE. For us this is not just another version of our product, it is one of the most significant milestones that delivers on our vision to Make Work Better.
Thanks to our social technology, we know that networked organizations are more successful than those who are not. In a network, every participant can add value by just providing a comment, sharing a link, or answering a question. Mobilizing the talent in your company to think as a network is one of the core values we’ve identified.
There are basically two dimensions of productivity. The productivity on a process level and the productivity on a human level. Looking at an organization we often focus on the process level...
Over the holidays I watched “The Theory of Everything” - the movie about the life of Stephen Hawking and his wife, Jane. It is a wonderful movie, especially if you’re a fan of his work, like I became after I read “A Brief History of Time.“ Among many things Hawking worked on the ‘Many-World Interpretation’ (MMI), which is an awesome way to explain the world (or to drive you crazy).
Our company is taking a major next step and as part of that I had to make some significant adjustments to the organization. In my head I had this heroic blog post that would explain why this was such a hard decision and how I, as a CEO, would admit that it was all my fault, just to look really good as that leader who is sensitive to his own shortcomings without appearing weak.
We have just arrived at our 10th anniversary. It has been a journey of lots of success and numerous challenges. Today we’re opening a new chapter for our company and I’d like to invite you to be a part of it.
My mobile enterprise tour in November and December took me through Europe and North America and included household names like BNP Paribas, CDW, Grainger, JPMorgan Chase, MasterCard, Allstate, State Street as well as about 30 more. In a nutshell, their feedback about the next generation of Sitrion ONE focused on two top themes: mobile productivity and mobile security.
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.