The digital revolution has made our lives so much easier in so many ways that it’s impossible to list them all here. Smartphone apps let us order food, hail cabs, meet someone special, search for apartments, apply for jobs and more with a few swipes and a tap of the screen—and that’s just for starters.
HashChing Makes Home Buying Easy With GroupBuy Program
Purchasing a new home in Australia comes with similar challenges you might face in other countries; credit checks, down payment, grueling paperwork, etc. The typical application process might look something like this:
Find More Revenue With Quantifind
Turning data points into revenue is both a challenge and an opportunity for companies. Silicon Valley-based Quantifind is helping companies with that challenge by providing artificial intelligence products that cut through the data noise.
Swappa: Your Go-To Shop for Used Electronics
Buying new items online comes with many challenges. The seller of the product might be a scam artist with nothing to sell at all or the product advertised might be completely different from the product you receive. When buying used items, such as electronics, it can be even more challenging to ensure you’re receiving the device in good condition or as advertised.
Adaptive Insights, a Workday Company: Cloud-Based Business Planning Software for Finance, Sales and Much More
Aside from having a great idea for a business, financial planning runs parallel in importance. In order to get a company off the ground, and see a continued pattern of growth, money truly matters. But, the world of commerce has come a long way since traditional financial planning. Modern budgeting and forecasting the future of a business’s bottom line now has a secured cloud to float on.
That’s where a company like Adaptive Insights and their Business Planning Cloud helps gaining pecuniary acumen and making crucial decisions easier than ever before.
CamCard: An Affordable App for Paperless Exchange and Management of Business Cards
Even though paper and print are rapidly becoming passé, it’s still imperative to have a calling card in business today. Entrepreneurs, developers, as well as sales and marketing reps alike all know the value of exchanging their professional information with potential clients and contacts—but now there is a modern way to keep in touch. CamCard is a groundbreaking business card app that scans, manages, syncs and exchanges your “carte de visite” with ease and quick digital accessibility.
Head Home With Habito
Getting a mortgage can be a confusing and expensive process. But a new online mortgage broker called Habito is promising to help customers get the best mortgage possible, opening up the path to home ownership.
Next Gen Personal Finance: Improving the Financial Lives of America’s Next Generations
Personal finance is an important topic for consumers today, and a recent survey found that the majority of parents—from Millennials (55 percent) to Gen Xers (73 percent) and Boomers (79 percent)—believe that educating children about financial matters should begin at home. Unfortunately, they don’t always have the knowledge or resources to do so effectively. Among the parents who have attempted to teach their children about saving, investing and budgeting, a mere 19 percent feel they’ve been completely successful.
Hubzu Is Revolutionizing Online Real Estate
One of the best things about the Internet is the way it’s made buying and selling things so easy. Whether you want to make some money auctioning off your collection of toy trains or do all your holiday shopping in your pajamas, you can do it with a few clicks of a button.
Timing Is Everything – Replicon’s Time Management Solutions Make the Most of Your Company’s Budget
Time is always of the essence in business, and managing that time is imperative. Replicon’s SaaS format delivers cloud time tracking applications for companies to get the most out of every minute.
Whatfix Provides In-App Guidance and Interactive Performance Support for Web Applications
When learning a new skill, we all could use a hand from time to time. For some of us, this is especially true when it comes to mastering modern-day web applications.
PSafe: Protecting Your Personal Data and Mobile Connections
Do you regularly connect to public Wi-Fi when you’re at work, running errands or traveling? If so, you may be vulnerable to security threats according to PSafe, a leading provider of mobile security and performance optimization solutions.
The company surveyed mobile phone users earlier this year and found that 39 percent claim they never share sensitive information on public Wi-Fi networks. However, these same individuals said they regularly log into social media accounts such as Facebook (34 percent), send email messages (31 percent) or make online purchases while they are out and about (16 percent)—all activities that expose personal and financial data to any hackers on the same public connection.
HomeSelfe’s #1 Energy Efficiency App Saves Homeowners Money On Bills & Increases Property Value
If you’re a homeowner, energy efficiency is key. Be it saving money on bills to aiding the environment, conserving our energy is an important part of life. HomeSelfe’s leading proprietary technology makes understanding this notion simple through their free energy saving app and web services. Not only can they lower monthly electric and gas costs for owners, their quick and reliable services help to increase overall property value, and likewise assist real estate professionals in the marketing and selling of conscious homes.
EarnUp: Intelligent Automation of Loan Payments to Build Financial Health
Poor customer service is rampant in today’s society. In fact, a recent report on the subject found that the issue costs businesses more than $75 billion a year as consumers switch to other providers because they don’t feel appreciated or are tired of dealing with rude or unhelpful representatives. In some cases, these customers may be inspired to do even more.
Coalition Against Insurance Fraud Urges Seniors to Avoid Medicare Scams
The phone rings. When you answer, a pleasant voice wishes you a good day and politely informs you that there is an issue with your Medicare account that needs to be remedied. When you ask what the problem is, you’re told you need to provide your social security and a bank account or credit card number so the organization can update its files, send out a new Medicare card, issue you a refund for overpayment or some other logical-sounding reason. You comply with the request and go about your business, never realizing you’ve been scammed until it’s too late.
The Crawford Hotel: A Special Place to Stay
Hotels are often places that are necessary to stay in while traveling. But a few hotels offer a truly special experience and are a destination in their own right. At The Crawford Hotel in Denver, Colorado, guests actually have the opportunity to stay inside the city’s landmark train station, Denver Union Station.
RewardExpert spoke with Tiffany Owen, general manager of The Crawford Hotel, about why the hotel is so unique and how travelers for both business and pleasure alike can experience a one-of-a-kind stay.
Personalized Drinking: Coffee Ripples Prints Images and Messages Onto Your Favorite Foamy Beverage
For some caffeinated connoisseurs, coffee is a true art form. Stylishly, the innovative folks at Coffee Ripples have made that kind of an aesthetic a reality with their patented technology in the beverage industry. Through a clever combination of inkjet and 3D printing, they’ve designed an original machine, the Ripple Maker, that actually prints vivid, high-resolution images and messages onto foamy drinks in just 10 seconds. The device has been brought into service by hospitality workers, independent coffee shops and businesses around the globe—personalizing pick-me-ups like never before.
Chatting Live with the Credit Card Nerd on Youtube
Thanks for listening to my YouTube live podcast interview with Chase at The Credit Card Nerd Podcast. I really enjoyed the opportunity to share my story with you and discuss the latest travel news and credit card trends.
Canadians Rank Money as Greatest Source of Stress Says Financial Planning Standards Council
There are many things in life that cause tension, from trying to succeed in your career to dealing with interpersonal relationships. However, when asked what causes them the most stress, 41 percent of Canadians surveyed by the Financial Planning Standards Council (FPSC) responded that money tops them all.
RewardExpert spoke with Kelley Keehn, the FPSC’s consumer advocate, about the results of the Financial Stress Survey and where worried Canadians can go for help assuaging their financial fears.
Method Partners With Duck Creek To Envision The Future Of Insurance
In order to compete in an ever-changing marketplace, it’s vital that companies are able to provide their customers with the services and products they’re looking for—and deliver an outstanding experience throughout the entire consumer interaction.