Mobile technology is providing businesses and consumers with many different opportunities to improve their personal and working lives. We predicted time savings but are nonetheless surprised by how large the time cost savings have been, even we couldn’t have predicted 40-60% time savings…. It’s massive – read on to see how its achieved!
We recently met up with Estates Gazette and whilst introducing the kykloud app to the journalist, we got onto the subject of building legacies or more specifically, the legacy of the London 2012 Olympics.
Part of my job as CTO at Kykloud is to make sure the software which is being used by our customers constantly evolving and improving and better than all other competing software – which it is and it keeps getting better! To keep us ahead of the game and to make sure our customers can deliver more for their customers we review, we listen and we improve. Our support team, our account managers and our software engineers have all been very busy working on our best improvement release so far. We spend a lot of our time listening to our customers and regularly feeding the suggested features back into the product to make our software easier and even more enjoyable and efficient to use, and this summers release will not disapoint. Read on to find out more about whats coming…
When we originally launched the kykloud condition surveying app back in May, the term ‘disruptive technology’ was mentioned to us many times by clients and industry contacts who immediately understood the potential wider implications this type of innovation could have. The app offers to change the way building surveying is carried out and drive efficiencies and accuracy in an industry where major innovation has been few and far between.
It struck me when I attended a meeting recently just how important iPads have become to business in such a short time. Not that I didn’t know this already, the kyloud team have been active iPad users for such a long time that we can’t remember what we ever did without them but in much the same way mobile phones revolutionised how we communicate, iPads or tablet computers have a greater far-reaching potential to change not only the way we do businesses but the very basics of traditional business skills.