- Thomas Friedman -
According to Thomas Friedman, the world is flat in the sense that the competitive playing field between industrial and emerging market countries is levelling. The world of business is changing and you are no longer competing just nationally but internationality. This is a double-edge sword. For those that embrace change and seize it with both hands there are rich rewards. For those that fail to see that change is necessary in order to remain competitive or simply ignore it, there is only a slow and painful decline.
Digital transformation, or as some refer to it, digital reinvention, allows you to review all aspects of your business operations to determine which elements need to change.
The team at Railston & Co can support you through this process, step by step.
At Railston & Co we tend to think differently when looking at the business challenges that face our clients in the 21st Century. We encourage change and we encourage you to challenge your current assumptions and conventions in an effort to produce an unconventional strategy that leaves your competition scrambling to catch up.
Businesses cannot afford to wait until they’re backed into a corner to react to market trends and forces. This creates risks that usually lead to bad decisions which could have been avoided months or even years earlier.
In a global economy with the pace of change as it is you need to be open-minded about thinking differently, you need a way of thinking that turns consumer expectations upside down and moves your market or industry forward. Its called Disruptive Thinking.
A web application or web app as its often referred to, is any software that runs in a web browser. An example is Gmail which doesn’t require you to install or download any software.
The benefits enable you to work from anywhere you have access to a browser. You don’t need to worry about comparabilities or which version of the software you’re using or the version of data you’re accessing as everything is centralised, meaning everyone is working from the same version.
The team at Railston and Co specialise in designing and building complex web applications. This experience dates back to the late nineties and Egg.com, the first pure play internet bank in the UK.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical objects devices, vehicles, buildings and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity that enables these objects to collect and exchange data.
According to Cisco, the market’s size could be worth a staggering $19 trillion by 2025 and could add over $10 trillion to the world’s GDP.
Railston & Co have had experience integrating these sensors into Web Applications and Dashboards enabling our clients to visually monitor in realtime the status of mission critical systems and external environments.
Mobile application development is a term used to denote the act or process by which application software is specifically developed for mobile devices.
The benefits of writing a native application specifically for a mobile device mean that you can take advantage of the unique features a particular mobile device offers, for example, the GPS chip, the Camera or the Accelerometer.
The team at Railston & Co have experience building Mobile Applications over the last 10 years. From simple games and HR applications to more sophisticated, mission-critical asset management and maintenance platforms.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing the way that business is conducted. Now. We can help you to capitalise on the new opportunities to work smarter that AI is creating.
Defining potential AI use cases, introducing a framework for centralizing & contextualizing data and them implementing process changes, Railston & Co have the experience, knowledge & tools to give your business a competitive edge.
The management at Railston & Co started their software careers in 1993 at AI International Ltd, building AI solutions in LISP and Prolog.
- LINDA TISCHLER -