Mobile technologies have spearhead a revolution in the emerging technology business, according to a recent survey published by Josh Nass Strategies. The differences that are happening are drastic relative to what one might be accustomed to, ordinarily.
We’ve seen in recent years major technology companies seek to adapt their programs to mobile platforms to varying degrees of success. The success has been largely dependent and reliant on the ways these companies have communicated these developments to their stakeholders – both customers, investors and staff members. But there’s no question that as people continue switching from traditional consumption habits to going mobile, these changes are substantive and enormously helpful.
Josh Nass Strategies has been at the forefront of these changes, advising companies of the varying degrees of importance, in terms of how to properly alert their stakeholders of the changes they’re making concerning platform usage. As companies expand the different types of platforms they’re seeking to employ to show their content to their consumers, this is becoming more and more popular and frequented among stakeholders.
Let’s not forget that traditional ways of consuming information have largely been thrown and left by the waist-side, as consumers continue persisting in adapting to mobile technological advancement. The changes that are happening are drastic in some cases; but in any event, they are proving to be constructive.
Insofar as companies are concerned, their main source of concern are the number of people that are consuming their relevant and pertinent information, regardless of the platform from which they may be doing it . Let’s not forget of the power of adaptation and innovation. People and companies can choose not to adapt to the changes taking place at a velocity the likes of which we’ve never seen; but they are doing so at their own peril.