St. Paul Pioneer Press
TECHNOLOGY: The Nerdery, a Minneapolis-based digital consultancy, announced the addition of Arpit Jain to its executive team as vice president of delivery.
Software Development Times
Amazon, for example, is completely disrupting long-time brick-and-mortar retailers like Macy’s and Sears, pointed out Chris Locher, VP of software development at The Nerdery ... These days, digital apps with engaging UX are a business necessity. Insurance customers, for example, will no longer stand for calling up agencies all over the place to get rate quotes, filling out paper-based claims, and then waiting weeks to get paper-based checks from insurance companies, Locher maintained.
The Daily Telescope
Mediaplanet today is proud to announce the launch of this December’s edition of “Future of IoT.” This campaign will act as an educational guidebook to the modern business owners and IT decision makers. Educating people on the areas that IoT is having the biggest impact and advising key decision makers on how to implement IoT and build upon relevant applications in their existing business ecosystem. Advocating that IoT technology can seamlessly sync together with their daily processes in order to save time, money, and assist in making better decisions across the organization.
Future of Business and Tech
IoT solutions are beneficial when they focus on a narrow, concrete business issue that, if addressed, can generate measurable business value," said Adrian Slobin, The Nerdery's Chief Strategy and Operating Officer. "Secondly, in addition to the more sophisticated automation that IoT enables, one of beneficial ancillary effects of everything having an internet connection is that large amounts of seemingly-minute data suddenly become possible to collect, especially around the interconnected behavior of devices."
Built In Chicago
"We look for passionate nerds,” said head of software engineering Gregg Walrod. “As a tech company, we’re obsessed with solving problems using technology. But as individuals, we’re just as passionate about so many other things. Our best candidates share these passions, but, just as importantly, they share their passions with us.”
Investing in infrastructure is a tough sell to a lot of people. Take your house for example, the most important and expensive features of your house are likely your sewer and HVAC system. Yet, they’re the last things anyone wants to spend money on because you can’t see them, you can’t show them off to your friends. As a result, even the nicest looking homes are often on the verge of disaster.