2016 is drawing to a close and what a year it has been! Here at Aquafadas we’ve been tackling digital and mobile challenges with our clients from various industries and parts of the world. We are proud of our client portfolio, our part in their digital transformation and results achieved together!
Saint-Gobain is a multinational construction and high-performance materials leader. Isover is a key player in insulation products market. They’ve been known for their innovative spirit and decided to sell with a difference using a successful sales enablement app – dynamic and interactive.
TF1 is the first and oldest TV station in France. With multiple external audiences and over 2700 employees to communicate to, they decided to transform their comms by going digital. Read our case study why and how they launched the ‘TF1 Group’ communication mobile app and an employee’s’ mobile magazine using Aquafadas tools.
Did you know that the total number of smartphones around the world is higher than the global population? There are 7.9 billion mobile devices and only 7.5 billion people. And they spent 2 out of 3 browsing minutes on mobile. And you? When did you last use your mobile? Could it be useful for your business too?
Work accidents can create substantial impact on a day-to-day business activity as well as a costly dent in a budget. But nowadays companies are able to develop their bespoke mobile applications available on mobile, tablets and desktop giving access to security procedures even when offline.
Our own mobile magazine Wave Mag is 9, available on iOS, is ready to download today especially for you. Using our own tools, made in-house by our own designers, we share with you some of the latest industry knowledge…
Going mobile is on everybody’s mind. Digital content and apps have been tried and tested in nearly every sector and business department.
Tractors and harvesting equipment are state-of-the-art technological gems: shiny, perfect and wonderfully complex. Engineers love the power of precision and farmers enjoy the efficiency and maximised yield.