ChaiOne Insights: enterprise mobility

ChaiOne's Velostics Platform Featured by Innovation Map

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HOUSTON, Texas—April 7, 2020 — ChaiOne's logistics platform, Velostics, was given a spotlight by Innovation Map. Innovation Map fashions itself as the "voice of innovation in Houston covering startups, tech, health, energy, social impact, and more."

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Baby Stepping Your QA Team into Enterprise Mobility Security Testing

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Imagine having to pay a $218K HIPAA fine. That’s exactly how much a hospital in Massachusetts had to pay because of repeated security failures. St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center had put protected health information (PHI) of nearly 500 patients at risk by using a web-based document-sharing application to store this data without first adequately analyzing the app’s security risks. Not only did they not analyze the app’s security risks, but the hospital also had a lack of adequate security policies....

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Oil and Gas Operational Excellence Through Mobility and the Industrial Internet of Things

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It is no secret that low oil and gas prices are changing the ways companies operate in the oil patch. In the past, companies turned to reduction-in-force (RIF) strategies to cut operating costs to remain viable during lean market conditions. Today, more innovative and competitive companies are focusing on Operational Excellence (OE) to not only further cut operating costs, but also increase their productivity, performance and profitability. Mobile technology and the Industrial Internet of...

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What is A Digital Innovation Strategy?

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Need a ride home and don’t have a car? These days, you can just pull out your phone and request an Uber or Lyft to take you home. Of course, this wasn’t always the case. When Uber and other ride-sharing competitors came onto the scene, they disrupted a whole industry. They made it more convenient to find transportation home, causing many to stop using taxis. You don't have to sit on hold waiting for a taxi to pick you up and don't have to worry about digging for your credit card or cash to...

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User Research: The Key to Mobile Digital Transformation

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Did you know that digital transformation is occurring rapidly at a majority of public and private sector organizations?

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Approaching Strategic Innovation Planning for the Digital Age

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Consumers today aren’t as loyal to brands as they once were. Don’t believe this statement? Just ask Nokia, a company that just years earlier was dominating the mobile phone industry. It wasn’t like the company was lagging behind on technology. Rather, the company has historically spent enormous amounts of money on research and development (R&D). Unfortunately for Nokia, it was unable to “translate all that R&D spending into products that people actually wanted to buy”. The company got caught up...

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10 Reasons Every CIO Needs a Digital Innovation Strategy

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It’s February 2007. Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple, calls with a request for a product that has never been created, marketed or even come close to existing before. He asks for the impossible and wants it in Apple’s new mobile phone that was announced a month ago.

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How to Guarantee ROI with a Legacy System Modernization

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One hundred million dollars worth of Hershey’s Kisses, Jolly Ranchers, Whoppers-- all packaged, prepared and waiting to ship out to grocery stores around the country for the lucrative Halloween season. The trucks were waiting for their orders, grocery chains were waiting to stock their shelves, and shareholders were counting on the profits. The only problem: the ERP system made fulfilling the Halloween orders impossible.

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How Mobile Fits Into Your Centralized IT Strategy

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Do you have a centralized IT strategy? If so, do you also have a mobile strategy? How does mobile fit into your overall centralized IT strategy? These are important questions to answer. According to PwC’s 18th Annual Global CEO Survey, 81% of CEOs see mobile technologies as strategically important for their organization. In addition, 86% say that a clear vision of how digital technologies can create competitive advantage is key to the success of their investments. It’s great that most CEOs...

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