This guest post by Paul Whiting is part of our series exploring key sector challenges and technology solutions during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
The past few months have forced numerous organisations to digitise operating processes, moving staff and customer experiences online in record time.
Recessions and market contractions are typically greeted by the cutting of operational budgets. Investment in new digital projects and R&D is often at best delayed, or completely scrapped due to aggressive cost-saving measures.
During uncertain times, consumers tend to place their trust in the people and brands they believe in.
There has never been a better time to develop a mobile app idea. In 2019, worldwide app store consumer spending reached $120 billion, with worldwide downloads growing 45% in the past three years.
With the news breaking that 2019 was a record year for European and UK startups, it has never been a better time to be a founder.
We’re experiencing unprecedented growth in the travel industry. The global number of annual flights has almost doubled in just five years.
As leading travel technology developers working with both industry giants and startup travel businesses, we gain a unique 360-degree view of trends and emerging themes within the sector.
If you find the idea of digital transformation daunting, you’re not alone. Despite the prevalence of modern technology, today’s industries are less than 40 per cent digitised.