Click & collect specialist uses MDM software from MobileIron to roll out mobile app upgrades to staff and retailers using its ‘Powered by Doddle’ service.
William Hill has seen profits decline in its offline shops, but that's countered by signs of healthy growth in its online operations.
Pandora is to focus less on premium subscriber growth and more on growing advertising opportunities from its larger free service user base. Changed priorities ahead.
If you think Starbucks has been a digital retail exemplar to date, wait till you see what's coming up on the tracks, says Chief Strategy Officer Matt Ryan.
Cisco spends $3.5 million per year on maintaining a dedicated disaster relief team. Here's why.
In the first of a short series exploring how different types of technology are used for social good, Cath Everett talks to start-up what3words about its award winning international relief tech.
The BBC used to know what's best for its viewers, but in an age of Netflix disruption that's not sustainable. So now it's all about driving a digital direction by offering highly personalised services.
A no-slides, no-notes talk on content strategy put my views to the test. Here's twenty quick hit points from the talk - and some closing tips for B2B content producers.
NHS PHP, the internal confidential support service for National Health Service medics feeling the strain, says a move to an app-based approach has been key to recent national expansion.
Much has been made of the drivers' Uber experience but living well outside London, the most commonly cited city in the UK, I've found remarkably consistent driver experiences among a cohort of full time drivers.
I'm always on the lookout at cloud ERP shows for partners building apps and extending SaaS solutions. At PowerPlex 2017, I found a dandy. Here's how Cumulus Consulting is blazing an apps trail on Plex, and how it makes a difference for their customers.
HPI is clearly benefiting from its independence and ability to ‘stick to the knitting’ of its core businesses, even though there are issues that need addressing.
Are automotive incumbents doing enough to anticipate the disruption that's coming? And why is that much-flogged term "big data" integral to new automotive business models? How will changes from ownership to on-demand autos impact urban planning? These are a few of the questions I posed to investor, blogger, and book author Evangelos Simoudis in our chat wrap.