Your organization needs a new software application to solve a particular business challenge. Should you have this application custom-built or find a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution? While every situation comes with its own set of unique variables, there are some universal factors to consider.
The concept of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been around for more than five decades but the chatter (and thoughtful discussion) about it has ramped up in recent years as more of the tools and systems we use move toward using increasingly powerful AI-like technology.
As a business, you’re always looking for ways to be more efficient, promote your brand, enable your sales force, and sell more products and services. Find out how a web application could help you, your staff, and your customers.
Most of us in the business world are technologically literate. That is, we are familiar with many different technology tools and have at least a basic understanding of what they do. This technical competence has many obvious advantages but it also has a potential downside: It can make business leaders leap to prescribed software solutions to their business problems and undervalue the role of strategy behind technology decisions.
The term API may sound like a mysterious buzzword but it is a fundamental technology principle. Understanding it can help you grasp how different technologies in our daily lives are able to work with one another.