Recent posts

The ultimate racing experience at the Grand Canyon

“I have learned that if one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.” - Henry David Thoreau

Assisted, Augmented, and Virtual Reality: Our Industry 4.0 Initiative

Gartner recently published its Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies 2016 and among many interesting findings, two have caught my attention - the first is assisted reality which is slowly leaving the trough of disillusionment to join the second ...

Re-Inventing Business Models: Why the refrigerator will order milk after all?

Businesses that manage to reinvent themselves have changed their offerings in accordance to current possibilities and have been victorious. Thanks to flexible cloud architectures, capacities remain fast and adaptable.

The web is going offline

After redesigning enterprise application screens according to the “Mobile First” design pattern, it is now time for a new paradigm - Offline first.

Optimizing communication with the science of ‘Pre-suasion’

'Pre-Suasion' is what happens before you even start to persuade somebody – or in our case, mostly customers.

Moving from eCommerce to Connected Commerce

Omni-channel commerce is the latest trend in the B2C commerce space – for both online and offline retail. Today’s customers constantly move across multiple channels and they switch screens all the time (TV, desktop, tablet, mobile), and they also ...

Technical Debt: The good, the bad and the downright ugly

Technical Debt (TD) is a topic of increased significance in Enterprise circles. But, before we start to discuss Technical Debt in detail, it is perhaps wise to define Technical Debt within the scope of this post. As ever Google is our friend and a ...