You might have noticed we have a bit of a soft spot for horses as we've been empowering the people that love them with our IHUBApp. Today's spotlight is on our friends at the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) as they get set to kick off the most prestigious event in the internationally popular equestrian sport of reining. Fans are invited to take a front row seat at their 10-day NRHA Futurity event in Oklahoma City on Thanksgiving Day, November 23rd, through the NRHA Futurity IHUBApp, powered by InspireHUB Technologies.
There's some hand-wringing going on over on LinkedIn. It seems the "Camelot" of business communities is going through some growing pains. They're not immune to the messiness of "work life" and "personal life" mixing things up.
In June of this year, Global Workplace Analytics and FlexJobs put out a new report that shows telecommuting workers increased by 115%. That’s about 3.9 million people working from home or almost 3% of the total U.S. workforce, working from home at least half the time in 2015, an increase from 1.8 million in 2005.
What does this have to do with LinkedIn and the engagement rules changing? More than you realize. Click through for a quick primer on how the blurring of the two worlds isn't necessarily a bad thing, and why it may signal an opportunity for deeper and more meaningful "virtual workplace" connections that make business better, not worse.
Love wine? There's an app for that! Take a look at how Canadian winery, Cooper's Hawk Vineyards, is putting their new IHUBApp to work to engage both visitors and their staff.
This is where our job gets really exciting! Take a look at how the Global Post-Traumatic Stress Injury Foundation (Global) is putting the IHUBApp powered by InspireHUB Technologies to work to support its mission assisting people suffering with Post Traumatic Stress Injuries (PTSI).
Developing and implementing custom mobile apps was often beyond the scope of many local government budgets before Progressive Web App (PWA) technology came along. The cost for native app development, hosting, maintenance, and feature upgrades is high, and takes considerable time, making it an unsustainable option. Progressive Web App technology can engage the community at both a fraction of the cost of native apps, and much more quickly. PWA's are shaking up the ways cities connect with their community, distribute information effectively, connect constituents to one another, and enhance community morale in an economically feasible way. Here’s how...
As smartphones have become increasingly faster and more adept in their processing capabilities, mobile apps have followed suit, offering more user-friendly ways of accessing information, communicating with others, and increasing productivity. By the end of 2017, research indicates that nearly half of the world throughout 80 countries will own smartphones.
As these numbers continue to grow, so do opportunities for municipalities to engage with their communities. Municipal leaders looking to expand their reach and increase civic engagement can connect with users through any web-enabled device with mobile apps. Municipal apps, like the IHUBApp powered by InspireHUB Technologies, help cities thrive by providing the tools needed to improve both internal communications and productivity, while offering residents instant access to municipal data, services and leaders.