2017 is poised to be a strong year for tech.
With Blackberry and Nokia already re-entering the market and making the world nostalgic, there is a lot in store, and there is much promise excitement and galore with the everything favouring major tech disruption. BizBrolly Solutions points out all the things that we are looking forward to in the year of 2017.
1. Adaptability in Tech
Companies will not only have to look at how the role of cloud computing in 2016 evolved, but they will also have to understand how to incorporate it in their businesses. Modern enterprises will only succeed when they adapt to industry and the marketplace shifts and incorporate new technology into company culture and regular operations.
2. Focus on User Experience
Customers are more cautious than ever; they’ll turn away from brands that don’t align with their values and needs. A top-notch user experience is a fantastic way to keep customers involved and engaged with your brand. When your customer can get in touch with you from anywhere and everywhere, their experience must be consistent and positive. Every touch point matters irrespective of time, place and situation matters.
3. Remote Workforce
Embrace the tech disruption engulfing your business. Young professionals now prefer flexibility to compensation. Mobile technology and the bandwidth to enable businesses to connect with (and retain) top talent, it is no surprise that contract and freelance employees are increasing adding value to businesses.
4. Virtual Reality
Any business that hasn’t evaluated the potential of AR and VR will need to buckle up. These technologies were once limited to the gaming realm, but they’re now entering the mainstream business — enabling AR and VR to provides new ways to connect with customers and offer unique, memorable interactions.
5. Artificial Intelligence will lead the future
Machines will be able to learn and adapt to their environments. AI has long been considered the realm of science fiction, but as technology improves, AI is becoming the reality. While advanced learning machines may replace low-skill jobs, AIs will be able to work collaboratively with human professionals to solve intensely complex problems. AI stands to become one of the most disruptive forces in the IT world.