Via: MobileSyrup Published Date: October 13, 2016 Vancouver, BC – For the technology sector, the province of British Columbia is an exciting area to grow in. Though the history of this support through accessible resources and funding is relatively long, it hasn’t always been at the forefront.
I see a lot of bad mobile experiences. You probably do as well. There are any number of reasons why people make poor decisions for how their brand or company will be represented on mobile. Probably the same number reasons why people make poor decisions about digital in general. But I think we can sum up all of these reasons … Read More
It took 100 years to build 1 billion fixed phone lines, but It only took 20 years to add 5 billion mobile subscribers. According to estimates, there will be 9.3 billion mobile subscriptions in 2019 and many of these will be activated on advanced networks featuring 4G LTE technology. Some of the pending growth in mobile subscribers will come from … Read More
Special to The Globe and Mail, Feb 13 2014 During a recent business trip to San Francisco, I wrapped-up my last meeting at 10 p.m. and walked out into a quiet street – not a cab in sight. Seeking the fastest way back to my hotel, I started searching for cab companies on my BlackBerry. I landed on Uber – an ‘on … Read More
Special to The Globe and Mail, Nov 6, 2013 Whether you are preparing to start the day in Montreal, Beijing, or New Delhi, you are likely thinking about the path of least resistance to work. Traffic congestion is an increasing challenge in metropolitan cities around the world. A global challenge requires a global solution. Enter GreenOwl Mobile. This Markham firm has created … Read More
As written by Canadian CIO, September 2013 Issue The world has unquestionably gone mobile, creating significant opportunities for businesses—in both new and traditional industries—to evolve and create new revenue from prospects that simply didn’t exist before. In fact, phenomenal growth continues to take place in mobile-based business, and the opportunities the platform provides, according to industry watchers. Juniper Research expects the value … Read More
The Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) set out their mobile application strategy in 2007- the same year as the release of the first iPhone. Since then, it has become increasingly more difficult to stay ahead of the competition and innovate within a consumer mobile application. Recently, RBC was cited as a Forrester pick as one of the top global leaders … Read More