The Symphony Teleca take on emerging industry issues, technologies and business strategies.
The retail industry has been undergoing a massive transformation for some time now. It all started with a simple online presence for the brick and mortar stores over a decade ago that evolved into full-blown e-commerce websites. This eventually led to today’s various complex online marketplaces that continue to change the way customers shop. The integration of So-Mo-Lo (social, mobile and local) has also redefined the way retailers interact with their customers.
Hard to believe it's only day 3 of Mobile World Congress, which already feels like it's been going on for months. The Symphony Teleca team is now fluent in Catalan ;), and can name every single tapas you’ll find in Barcelona.
Get ready for the mobile industry’s biggest, most exciting event of the year! From 24-27 February, Mobile World Congress will be taking over Barcelona.
As 2014 began, Symphony Teleca has identified the hottest mobile trends for the year and beyond.
There is a shift in perception among healthcare executives under way today when it comes to analytics. EMR systems have been implemented successfully. But the use of EMR data to gain critical insights remains relatively immature across the healthcare sector.
To resolve the many new challenges resulted from the healthcare reform undergoing in the United States, healthcare organizations are increasingly turning to big data analytics.
In supporting Comcast's initiatives of broadening it's set top box to include 3rd-party apps and in preparation for the annual NCTA Cable Show, the Connected Experience Group here at Symphony Teleca went on designing TweeTV, a new HTML5-based application intended to brining Twitter to the big screen.
In the post-healthcare reform era, what are the key growth drivers for healthcare insurance providers? And how can organizations leverage the emerging technologies and solutions in big data analytics to better patient care and improve business results?
The web is adrift with overindulgent buzzwords like Big Data and Data Scientist. It seems to be the cool and in thing to be using these words in the world of Analytics. Unfortunately the term ‘Analytics and BI’ has itself been used very loosely to represent a wide variety of analytics services from reporting all the way to predictive analytics. So where does the new term fit in. Are we missing something? Who should use it and how?
BlackBerry has realized that in order to stay relevant the company must refocus on what it has always done best: delivering, first and foremost, enterprise messaging and productivity solutions.