"Let’s solve this problem by using the Big Data none of us have the slightest idea what to do with." by Tom Fishburne
Some Sunday evening humor from Team Enhatch. Funny thing though, you could probably say the same about CRM. Many companies implemented CRM to solve the problem of fostering stronger customer relationships, yet somehow it missed the mark because it was too hard to implement or the people supposed to use it simply never used it. They never thought about the missing link; engagement.
Big Data, CRM, Business Intelligence, Cloud Computing, Omni-channel Marketing…I could on with an endless list of tech buzzwords tossed around over the past twenty years. You can implement any technology you wish, but ultimately you got to ask yourself what exactly are you solving?
The difference between vision and hallucination is others can see vision.
A news app, a piece of software about the news made by in-house developers, generated more clicks than any article. And it did this in a tiny amount of time: The app only came out on December 21, 2013. That means that in the 11 days it was online in 2013, it generated more visits than any other piece.
I’ll repeat: It took a news app only 11 days to “beat” every other story the Times published in 2013.
“The New York Times’ Most Popular Story of 2013 Was Not an Article" via The Atlantic
All the news that’s fit to…turn into an app.(via marksbirch)