The Future of Technology is Contextual
Mobile computing and the rise of tablets has transformed the computer business, making Apple, Google, and Samsung the most powerful tech companies on the planet. But this is just the start, a hint of the next major wave beyond personalized services. In an era-defining piece for Fast Company, Pete Mortensen outlines the early indicators of Contextual Computing and the four data graphs that will drive next-generation technology.
Transforming Healthcare through Doctor Care
The New York Times reports on Jump’s work with the Stanford School of Medicine to redefine employee benefits. As the Times shares, one finding is that it’s not about work/life balance, but rather, work/life integration. This insight was part of a groundbreaking strategy project focused on transforming medicine through taking better care of doctors. After all, happier doctors means better care.
Empathy Makes Business Better
Dev Patnaik keynotes the 2013 Business 4 Better Conference May 1, 2013 in Anaheim, CA. This will mark the first year the well-respected international conference comes to the US. Dev will share with leaders of mid-size companies how building widespread empathy within their organizations is not only good for society, but is good for business, too.
Peer-to-peer payment technologies are getting a lot of airtime, but they haven’t yet made much money. Jump created a new payment platform that’s profitable in its own right. UNIFY is a mobile payment platform created to help people pay better, together. It allows a group of people to pay for things together, in real-time at the point of sale. Read More