Rajesh Midha, Chief Strategy & Operations Officer, highlights the need for healthcare companies to digitally evolve in the age of COVID-19 and beyond.
Tim Ray, Lead Engineer II at Bottle Rocket, explains privacy as a requirement, privacy as an experience, and privacy as an accelerator.
Calvin Carter writes about the importance of developing a first-class user experience and how this is imperative for future customer loyalty.
A well-designed mobile app can give a small business an edge in competing against larger companies in its industry.
We continue our research on how customer preferences are changing over time and how people prefer to receive information about their favorite restaurants.
Bottle Rocket continues to grow and evolve with the formal announcement of their product growth practice, aimed to better serve their clients digital needs.
Newsradio 600 KOGO interviews Rajesh Midha, Chief Strategy & Operations Officer, about telehealth expansion across America in the age of COVID-19.
Bottle Rocket has been conducting customer sentiment research focused on how people are interacting with QSRs in the new environment of COVID-19.
Rajesh Midha speaks to the American Marketing Assocaiation about telehealth in the age of COVID-19 and how marketers can respond to this change.
13 experts from Forbes Technology Council examine common mistakes IT leaders should avoid when restructuring their teams.
How can companies succeed when people are trying to use devices less? Measuring the amount of time spent in your app is not the best measure sometimes.
12 professionals from the Forbes Technology Council examine some of the tech investments they think aren't worth the hassle.
Here are a few recommendations on how to set up your home office while working from home for the foreseeable future from our resident tech expert.
Unemployment websites and other services are bending and breaking under traffic pressure. What could be done to fix them?
We asked our Rocketeers what technology and other items they used in order to make their work from home setup as efficient as in the office.
We love the community we are a part of, so we are supporting our local small businsses during the pandemic of COVID-19. Here are some of our favorite tips.
We asked some of our Rocketeers how they are relying on technology to build camaraderie while working from home and these are some of our favorites
Bottle Rocket employees highlight ten apps that we can't live without while working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On the eve of our 12th anniversary, Calvin Carter shares just a few beliefs that have shaped us, guided us and remind us daily of why we do what we do.
Forbes Technology Council members share what they see on the horizon for cloud computing. See their top cloud trend predictions.
Business Chief sits down with Calvin Carter, CEO of Bottle Rocket to discuss how the technology and software industry is being disrupted by Generation Z.
3 suggestions that you can leverage within your business to stay competitive and win the hearts and pocketbooks of your customers.
Calvin Carter, CEO of Bottle Rocket, discusses how having an online presence is no longer enough to retain Connected Customers'
Walmart Inc. is bracing itself for slower online sales growth for the year. Despite ongoing e-commerce challenges and its high-stakes rivalry with Amazon, some experts remain optimistic in Walmart and expect to see its digital initiatives pay off in the long run.
Club Members Have Access to Luxury Vacations--and the World--at Their Fingertips Exclusive Resorts, the World's Elite Private Vacation Club, has launched a Members-only mobile application, The Club, creating a new and easy way to connect with Exclusive Resorts' service teams, plan future vacations, and enter personal travel preferences so every trip can be uniquely tailored […]
Calvin Carter has taken his company to the forefront of creating digital experiences. From its first customer, NPR, to the likes of Disney, American Express and Chick-fil-A, Bottle Rocket has created mobile and web applications for some of the most well-known companies in the world.
To help businesses be aware of what theyÕre getting into, 13 members ofÊForbes Technology CouncilÊdiscuss how companies can avoid costly mistakes when designing and developing wearable tech.
Quality control and standard software dev process could have prevented extended delays in reporting the results of the 2020 Iowa Caucus. Here are the lessons to take away from the mistakes the Iowa Democratic Party made and advice on how to avoid a similar disaster.
14 experts from Forbes Technology Council discuss the best strategies that tech team leaders can implement to help their members deal with burnout.
Amy Czuchlewski, SVP of Technology is named one of the The Future 50 by Dallas Innovates.
As the native mobile space matures, the biggest app-related issues that brands face are growth and monetization.ÊThe best experiences we see link creative, cross-channel campaigns to app features that make customers feel special and make their lives easier.
Calvin Carter, CEO and Founder, talks to Elena del Valle from Hispanic Marketing and Public Relations Website and Podcast about Fortune 500 Companies Going Bankrupt.
To ensure we are creating the best possible user experience for our clientÕs customers, both Quality Analysts and Quality Engineers are an important part of our teams. While there are many benefits gained with the addition of Quality Engineering, here are a few key benefits
See what USA Today has to say about SPG's new Apple Watch app functionality. Open doors and check into your hotel, all without ever speaking a word.
VR is not new - both in Sci-Fi and reality. So, why is VR suddenly a top tech topic? Will it still be in 2017? Through 2020? In short - Yes