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If you’re asked to communicate technical information to a non-technical audience, here are some tips you can use.
The applications you develop, APIs that enable integration, and solutions that support the vision of a connected environment will make smart cities a reality.
Alliances can help you reach new audiences and create co-marketing content that your customers and prospects will find compelling and useful.
Schools need solutions that save administrators time and resources and give parents and students easier, more secure ways to pay than accepting cash or checks.
ISVs need to provide restaurants with solutions that allow them to connect with omnichannel customers and provide the convenience and personalized service they’re looking for.
Greater mobility, more effective ways to engage consumers and better workflows are in demand in the retail vertical.
Software applications need to address field service challenges with analytics, scheduling solutions, and insights into the market.
The applications that provide your clients with the greatest value are designed to meet their specific needs. Use this framework and these communication tips to collect the information you need.