Blis, the global pioneer in advanced location data technology, today announced a global partnership with Moat, a SaaS analytics and measurement company focused on delivering products for marketers and publishers, to measure viewability, as defined by the latest Media Rating Council (MRC) mobile guidelines for both mobile in-app and mobile web.
Latest : NewVoiceMedia a leading global provider of inside sales and contact centre technology that helps businesses sell more, serve better and grow faster, has strengthened its executive team with the appointment of Artur Michalczyk as Chief Technology Officer.
Reporting to NewVoiceMedia CEO Jonathan Gale, Artur will have global responsibility for the company's technology strategy, development and operations. He brings over 20 years’ industry experience to the business, joining from Syniverse where he most recently served as Senior Vice President ESG Technology, responsible for global development and operations of its enterprise business unit. [more…]
New mobile app 'Cloud SIM' has announced the launch of the world's first virtual SIM, providing users with a way to run up to 5 [more…]
Adobe today released new findings revealing that professionals across Europe are spending almost one day a week (6.8 hours) on office administration such as filling out forms, printing documents, and chasing for signatures. Seemingly simple tasks are complex and time-intensive, and as a result, are inhibiting business growth, draining productivity and wasting resources.
According to the research, business productivity is taking a significant hit with almost half of European employees (48%) reporting that they have lost a contract all together due to office tasks going wrong, and one in three (33%) have been forced to cancel a project due to the same problem—highlighting a significant area of concern for businesses
Download the full findings from the report here: https://blogs.adobe.com/digitaleurope/files/2016/12/Adobe-Document-Drain-Survey-vFINAL.pdf
A majority (47%) of all respondents of all ages say they use their smartphone to shop and nearly a third of all British shoppers (29%) say they will do more online shopping on their smartphone this Christmas.
However, Millennials (aged 20-30) are much more likely than older shoppers to use their smartphones to shop with 46% of younger shoppers compared to only 12% of older shoppers aged over 50 years, saying they’ll do more gift shopping on their mobiles than last year. [more…]
Filling in blanks and searching through family trees has always been an interesting past time, but thanks to technology, more people than ever now have [more…]
Adobe MAX 2016, the world’s leading creativity conference, Adobe (Nasdaq:ADBE) announced Adobe Sensei, a new framework and set of intelligent services for dramatically improving the design and delivery of digital experiences.
Adobe Sensei’s intelligent services tackle today’s complex experience challenges—including image matching across millions of images, understanding the meaning and sentiment of documents and finely targeting important audience segments—leveraging machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning capabilities.
Spanning the entire Adobe Cloud Platform, this announcement builds upon the machine learning capabilities unveiled in Adobe Marketing Cloud at Adobe Summit in March. [more…]
New research from VoucherCodes.co.uk has found that Brits are spending, on average, £36.76 of their monthly disposable income via their mobile devices. This equates to a huge £1.46 billion spent using mobile technology in the UK every month*.
The digitally savvy younger generations are leading the charge in mobile payment adoption, with those aged 18 to 24 spending £67.59 of their monthly disposable income via their mobile devices compared to just £16.89 amongst those aged 55 and over. Currently, men are over twice as likely as women to shop using mobile payments in store (12% vs 5%).