Leading game manufacturer improves efficacy in its game development, localization, regulatory compliance and G2S (Game-to-System) protocol through original games development and software internationalization.
As the industry's technology advances help move the world into the digital era, they have also unleashed trends that are influencing marketplace dynamics and hurting competitiveness. High-tech companies need to understand, adapt, and innovate around these trends.
Today’s young customers expect their devices and platforms to be digitalized and integrated, which means technology companies can no longer simply launch a product and consider their work done.
In an everything-as-a-service economy, hi-tech players have to play by the new rules. The era of one-time sale, long time lags between new releases, and bare bones post-sales support is now gone.
As the role of technology continues to expand in everyday life, it is crucial that customers feel supported in their digital experiences.
Shifts in business models in the hi-tech industry demand focus to be on delivering supreme user experience, and launching new products and pricing models faster than competitors.
Gartner’s bi-modal IT structure recommends companies to establish a smaller, innovation-centered group to drive new ways to meet and exceed business outcomes.
The Hi-tech industry essentially enables digital transformation across all industries.
Accelerate revenue growth through rapid provisioning and proactive assurance of new business services
Organizations are driving proactively to infuse intelligence into every facet of business with the goal of engaging customers, optimizing operations and transforming products and services.
This Point of View paper explains how organizations can create customer experiences that will help differentiate their brands and build customer loyalty.