The adage that the “customer is always right” has outlived its usefulness in the fast-paced business world of today. Today, customers tastes change rapidly, and with it, what is right changes as well. For those looking to uncover innovation to service their customer base, here are some trends to be aware of that can drive …
Cloud-computing and further digitization of Canadian businesses is crucial for basic competitiveness. But that same technology can drive innovation as well, and many are aiming to help businesses use this technology to drive innovation.
New FX Innovation Whitepaper: Prioritizing Cloud Computing to Accelerate the Digitization of the Canadian Economy
Led by Professor Joachim Schmidt, third-year Georgian Environmental Technology students Jesse Bloor, Patrick Higgins, and Kayla Vandenburg applied their Geographic Information Systems (GIS) skills to support Safe Quiet Lakes’ efforts. Higgens notes that his project group used ESRI StoryMaps to “visually show motor craft operators how their boats’ wake and noise impact nearby shorelines.” Boaters operating closer to shore than appropriate for their activity can cause environmental and property damage, injuries and fear.