November 2019

Airts Ranked Fastest Growing Tech Company in Scotland in 2019 Deloitte Technology Fast 50

Edinburgh, UK, 13 November 2019 – Airts, a software company using AI technology to power professional services planning, ranked number 19 overall and first in Scotland in the Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50, a ranking of the 50 fastest-growing technology companies in the UK. Rankings are based on percentage revenue growth over the last four years. Airts grew 1,558% during this period.

Mobile applications: What is the age of mobile-ready to surprise us with?

A recent survey by SurveyMonkey pointed to a long-noticeable jump in the popularity of mobile applications in comparison with familiar websites. Stunning 962.5% - this is the result of the transformation of 8 billion invested in the industry into 77 billion. With a high probability, by the end of 2020, this figure will exceed 100+ billion. Already, iTunes and the Google Play Store are offering us to install 4.3 million applications, and this is not the limit - the number of mobile clients continues to grow exponentially.

Rallying cry needed to beat CX slump

New York, NY: 12 November 2019 - The gap between Customer Experience (CX) Leaders and Laggards is widening according to the newly published State of Customer Experience 2019 report. Many Customer Experience teams are struggling to prove the value of their programs, and investment is being threatened. The results of the survey indicate that in order to reverse the trend practitioners need to embrace both CX evolution and CX revolution.

Logi Analytics Ranks #1 for Embedded Business Intelligence in The BI Survey 19

Logi Analytics achieved 29 leading positions, including top vendor for Embedded Business Intelligence

London, UK – 11 November 2019, Logi Analytics achieved outstanding results in The BI Survey 19 from the Business Application Research Center (BARC). Logi achieved five top-ranking and 29 leading positions in its peer groups, including the highest vendor rating for embedded BI.

How to host a mobile app? Let’s understand web app hosting in detail

Smartphone applications can not exist in vacuum. Expect for the most basic utility and game types of applications, mobile applications rarely work in standalone mode. They require network access to get various types of information. For example, if you are creating a location based deals application, to retrieve the deals pertaining to an area, the application will need some sort of server access. Typically such application will gather the user location information and then it will access a web service to get deals for the location.

HubbleHQ Ranked Number 26 Fastest Growing Technology Company in the UK in the 2019 Deloitte Technology Fast 50

HubbleHQ, the UK’s number one website for office search, attributes its 1,159% revenue growth to cutting edge technology platform

London, UK, 8th November 2019: HubbleHQ today announced that it ranked number 26 in the 2019 Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50, a ranking of the 50 fastest-growing technology companies in the UK. Rankings are based on percentage revenue growth over the last four years. HubbleHQ grew 1,159 per cent during this period.

HubbleHQ’s CEO and Co-founder, Tushar Agarwal, credits the company’s smart matching algorithms, extensive market dataset and property expertise for the company’s 1,159 per cent revenue growth over the past four years.

The Tesla Model 3 is just a Car which is Good News for EV Industry

A few days ago, there was a MarketWatch article published that summarized the difficulties Tesla's competitors are having going electric. The article goes through a litany of companies in electric vehicle manufacturing having difficulty catching up to Tesla. Some of the companies include Volkswagen, Jaguar, Dyson (yes that Dyson), GM, Porche, Toyota, Kia, China's Nio, etc. The article even includes mention of Harley-Davidson briefly halting production of its LiveWire electric motorcycle due to charging issues via low-voltage home outlets.

IGEL Enhances Award-Winning, Software-Defined Endpoint Management Platform

The latest release of IGEL Universal Management Suite is optimised for faster, more secure and flexible management of endpoints at scale

Reading, UK. Nov. 7, 2019 – IGEL, provider of the next-gen edge OS for cloud workspaces, today announced the release of IGEL Universal Management Suite (UMS) 6.03. Purpose-built to simplify the complexity of enterprise environments, this new version of the UMS features a number of enhancements designed to improve the speed, security and flexibility associated with managing up to 100,000 endpoints and beyond, at scale.