XTOPOLY Interviewed for Forrester’s Report: Your Company Needs A Mobile Organization

XTOPOLY C-LEVELS  INTERVIEWED BY FORRESTER XTOPOLY’s CEO Naushad Huda and COO Nick Reshamwalla had the pleasure of being interviewed by Ted Schadler of Forrester Research for a report aiming to answer the question, “Why does a company need a mobile organization?” WHY READ THIS REPORT Mobile touches every part of your business. Customers crave apps to access your core services. Employees keep work…

WINNING: Here Comes The Uncarrier

T-Mobile’s new CEO John Legere is different, yeah he’s different. He may not be pulling up to the scene with his ceiling missing, but he is definitely giving the finger up to the competition.   “I’ve seen more honesty in a Match.com ad than what I’ve seen in a AT&T Coverage map” – John Legere That was just one of the flurries of jabs…

Today's "duh" stat: More Americans Ditching Landline for Mobile Phones

The U.S. National Health Information Survey just released findings that the number of mobile only households (meaning, no landlines) nearly doubled to 34% as of 2011.  While the world becomes more depended on their mobile device, the public looks to their mobile phone to access information that touches every part of their daily life – travel, shopping, health, information, education,…

Mobile Dependence

Regardless of what industry you’re in technology has become a driving factor in closing deals and keeping in touch with “The Team”. On average, business travelers work 240 hours more per year than the average American worker and it’s all thanks to tech tools such as smart phones, tablets, and laptops. The average cool cat business traveler will carry 3-4 devices and out of…

Travel & Mobile: Hotels/Resorts lend me your smartphone!

Consumers of all ages, from children to adults, are using mobile devices for their Internet capabilities. Not to mention, many businesses are creating mobile apps, so prospective and current clients may access their resources quickly and conveniently. It’s no surprise that nearly 67 percent of all travelers have used the mobile web to access services, such as lodging. Because of…