There are plenty of ways companies choose to handle the product development process, especially when it comes to tech and software products. But bug testing and other forms of testing aren’t just necessary in order to find problems; they’re actually a great avenue through which you can gather insights and improve your product in a variety of ways. Here are three of the methods we’ve found can help you get the furthest fastest with product improvements.
According to a Nielsen research study, travelers spend an average of 53 days visiting around 28 different websites leading up to a trip, with more than 50 percent of them checking social media for travel tips. Stats like this, and the deep entrenchment our society has with social media and the Internet in general, all point to one undeniable truth: the tourism & hospitality industry is being heavily influenced by digital content.
When you think “great customer service,” you probably don’t immediately think of the word “agility.” It might seem like friendly agents and the ability to quickly resolve problems would be the top criteria instead.
If you read our previous post in which we shared our predictions for outsourcing trends in 2019, you might be wondering what else we’ll see in the industry in the New Year. Don’t worry; we’ve got you covered. In this post, we’re going to delve into the final four predictions we have for the coming year. Let’s dig in.