As part of the yearly Tiger User Group event, I was asked to attend the 2018 meeting at the Magic Circle in London.
At first, I was feeling a little hesitant about going as it was my first time attending the event. Everything went well thanks to the logistical organisation put in place to get from Bournemouth to London and support from my colleagues. It was an excellent and exciting experience I would jump at the chance if I get the opportunity to attend in the future. During the day I had the chance to run a demo station, allowing me to show to the customers how to use Tiger Prism and 2020 Pro, answering reporting queries and allowing customer education.
You may have heard in the national & local news, Dorset has suffered from several heathland fires over the summer period.
The hot dry conditions have created a tinderbox from the heather and gorse covered landscape. Our retained and on-call firefighters battled the multiple blazes, hampered by the wind and re-ignition issues.
Tiger Communications and its Tiger Prism product are GDPR ready, so the way our customers handle data with our software is compliant with the new legislation.
The McKinsey Global Institute has placed customer intensity for data in the recreation segment higher than financial services. It would appear that consumers have a strong desire for big data within this arena, and fortunately they are getting it.
Cricket has come a long way from the laissez-faire attitude prevalent in the 1990s. Today’s players wake up, log into their smart phone and track each detail throughout the day, which then gets scrutinised by the coaching team.
Tiger Communications wanted to give the team a bit of a boost during the January blues, so organised some team training days after the festive period. The Sales and Marketing team got together for two days on January 16th 2018 and this is how it went…
What to expect from the offices of 2018: Internet of Things (IoT), Chatbots, Virtual Reality (VR), Collaboration, UC, interesting spaces and staff well-being. These will be some of the popular trends ebbing their way into the work space this year.
Random musings by Phillip Smith, Software Director at Tiger Communications, account of the event keynotes, Internet of Things (IoT), Spark, Collaboration, AI and the future of the industry.
2017 saw more and more businesses realising they're on the back-foot, and undertaking new Digital Transformation Projects – a trend which is only most certainly going to grow throughout 2018.