By analyzing almost two hundred mobility conversations with customers and prospects, we found some interesting patterns. One of the most common challenges and pain points that companies experience is...
Cars and enterprise mobile apps have a lot in common. Both have a lot of complexities hidden underneath a pretty surface. You can use both to get stuff done, and most people prefer to configure them and not build them.
According to recent research, 77% of the US workforce regularly experiences physical symptoms caused by stress and the top reason is job pressure. Stress is a big economic factor because it costs employers over $300B annually in stress-related health care expenses and missed work.
We are living in exponential times. Everything is becoming faster, smarter, and more efficient. My smartphone gets more done than IBM’s Watson a few years ago. I’m in touch with more people every day who share the same passion for technology, and my productivity has thrived because I have so many digital devices, apps, and platforms at my fingertips in my business and personal life. However, I have a lot of friends who have mastered complex projects or get a lot of things done quickly in their personal lives, but their business life is completely the opposite.
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.
The theory says expectations and economies of scale are high if you follow a dual vendor strategy. Read more...
Recently I visited the DDR Museum in Berlin . It is a great place to experience hands on, how life was in the German Democratic Republic. One of the main attractions for my boys was to virtually drive a Trabant.
I would like to add more detail to Daniel’s blog post about increasing productivity by adding SAP HR Self-Services to SharePoint. When you look at HR processes, every employee has to do things like time entry, travel approvals or expenses, leave requests and so on.
After being on the road for the last three months, visiting customers, partners, and tech shows, one of the key questions I’m asked is always: Why did NewsGator acquire Sitrion and why is it good for me as a customer/partner/potential customer?