Trends In Software Technology 2022
August 1, 2022 - 9 min read
August 1, 2022 - 9 min read
In This Newsletter, We Look At What Is Trending In Various Markets That Are Now Embracing Software Technologies And Automation!
Software development is constantly evolving, thanks to a variety of changes and improvements in the software development lifecycle (SDLC), such as
A technology that is prominent today may quickly become obsolete. If we look at the current software development process, many significant trends are changing how we develop, deploy, and manage software and the platforms to develop for. In this newsletter, let’s discuss some trends in software development that will have a high impact on the broad IT industry.
Shopping first went virtual in the 1990s. Rather than having to be physically present to purchase a product, we all became accustomed to browsing and buying entirely online. Since then, chatbots, personalized recommendations, and overnight delivery have become prevalent tools for improving virtual customer engagement.
But certain aspects of the in-store experience have remained a challenge for retailers to replicate. For one thing, who really wants to communicate with a bot?
Driving to the store and speaking with a human is often time better spent than messaging with a machine or searching through hours of online reviews. Read more on WOWZA.
As has been observed during the pandemic, your mobile app consumption is likely to grow more rapidly in the next few years. In 2021 alone, around 196 billion mobile apps would be downloaded on the Google Play Store, with 42 billion more on the Apple App Store.
Not only that but all the mobile apps in contention are also estimated to generate $693 billion in revenue globally in the same period.
All that work and time at home has left people turning to the internet to get through the day, most of which is via mobile. About that, it’s confirmed that 89.2% of mobile internet time is spent on mobile apps. Read more on FinancesOnline.
If 2020 and 2021 were the years that COVID forced banks to embrace change, 2022 will be the year in which we see that change institutionalized and the beginnings of a new normal emerging.
For most of the world’s leading banks, the pre-COVID inclination for incremental change and cautious experimentation has given way to a faster digital metabolism and a willingness to challenge conventional business models, even if these cannibalize traditional revenue streams.
Empowered customers are becoming more demanding on multiple dimensions, from service fees to sustainability, and new entrants are becoming more ambitious in their scope of services. So, in 2022, the world’s best banks need to rise to the challenge. Read more on Forbes.
Over the past two years, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on the way business is conducted around the world, including a significant shift toward automation in many industries.
With the first quarter of the year behind us, Meili Robots has compiled a list of some of the most noteworthy robotics trends for the rest of 2022.
Will robotics hardware become commoditized? The answer is debatable, but software and artificial intelligence promise to make automation more flexible, even as new business models could make robots more affordable.
Larger fleets of autonomous mobile robots (AMRs), collaborative robots, and new applications are leading to new business requirements. Read more on Robotics24/7.
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: video is revolutionizing business.
Video games have evolved a long way from the primitive and blocky sprites that many of us enjoyed in our youth, and today’s gamers are used to exploring realistic 3D worlds and interacting with hundreds or thousands of other players in real-time.
The healthcare sector now relies on video-connected wellness devices, remote surgical capabilities, and smart hospitals equipped with AI-based surveillance. Both at home and in the clinic, streaming technology has become essential to delivering care.
In the consumer world, digital shopping platforms are thriving as physical stores shutter their doors. Those brick-and-mortar environments that continue to lure in customers do so using in-store shoppertainment technology like virtual fitting rooms.
The infrastructure put in place by games developers to enable this is built on some of the most cutting-edge technology, from super-powered computers to ultra-fast 5G and cloud networking. Read more on Forbes.