Scaling Up with a Data-Driven Restaurant Ratings App
Mission Data provides lifecycle support as Renzell goes nationwide
When it comes to choosing a high-end restaurant, diners usually look to authorities such as Zagat, Michelin Guides, or the World’s 50 Best list. In the fall of 2015, a new service, Renzell, arrived to disrupt that system by offering a data-driven approach, rather than a subjective one. After a successful launch, Mission Data partnered with Renzell to continue the product roadmap and provide IT support services while they focused on expanding from three to 11 markets.
Transforming Retail Inventory Management with Mobile
Mission Data releases employee app for greenhouse giant ColorPoint
Spring is here, and for the greenhouse industry, that means business is blooming. Between Mother’s Day, when Americans spend an estimated $2.4 billion on flowers for mom, and the start of the home gardening season, this is a busy time for green thumbs. Mission Data recently launched an employee productivity app for client ColorPoint, the 8th-largest greenhouse in the U.S., to help the company manage its inventory.
8 Apps to Boost Employee Productivity
Improve workflow, collaboration, and time management
Some apps, like Facebook, YouTube, and Pinterest, can lead to a bottomless pit of mindless browsing. A quick 10-minute scroll can turn into hours of lost productivity. Thankfully, there are legitimate tools out there for getting back on track and back to work.
Deploying Beacons for EagleWatchGolf
Proximity sensors enhance the app's user experience
Jude Thompson of EagleWatchGolf and Carson McDonald of Mission Data placing beacons around the Blue Sky Golf Course in Jacksonville, FL.
Our CEO, Stu Gavurin, and VP of research and development, Carson McDonald, recently traveled to Florida with one of our clients, EagleWatchGolf, to enhance a mobile solution with beacon technology. The EagleWatchGolf app by Mission Data allows users to compete for hole-in-one jackpots at select holes in participating golf courses.
5 Ways Your Business Can Benefit from a Native App [Infographic]
In today’s mobile ecosystem, most companies require both a mobile website and a native app to compete for users’ attention. Your mobile website will always act as your business card, enable visitors to learn more about your company and what you offer, and make your company visible to search optimization results. But for the ultimate customer experience that boosts brand loyalty, not only do native apps have a clear advantage by offering personalized engagement, they also allow companies to leverage user data and adjust content to better serve those users.