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.
You coordinate municipal events. You have a small team, and an even smaller budget. You have council meetings and a roster of other conferences and events to manage. You’re heading into the height of festival season, which requires a complex coordination between staff, vendors and constituents. You’ve got schedules, sitemaps, resource guides and blog posts to publish on multiple social media channels. Your I.T. department has a stack of content a mile high to manage for other departments too. Staff vacations are about to make resources even tighter.
What to do?
While there are lots of ways to run successful events with lean resources, more cities are turning to technology to save time and money while boosting engagement.
And not just any technology will do. If you’re going to be lean and agile, you’ve got to go mobile with an event app. Here’s why…
Progressive Web Apps (PWA's) have had a banner year. For a relatively new arrival, users have been enjoying record speed successes with PWA's like the IHUPApp powered by InspireHUB Technologies. This fast, affordable technology is catching the attention of municipalities who are looking for innovative ways of engaging their citizens.
Now Is The Time To Invest In Progressive Web Apps.
Chances are you've already heard a thing or two about Progressive Web Apps (PWAs). They have generated a significant buzz around the tech community over the last few years - and for good reason. Not since the native apps revolution of the early 2010s, have we seen such a massive breakthrough in mobile technology.