Following up on our last infographic about who’s managing big data in your organization, we decided to step back and pull together some great data on—well—big data. In addition to defining big data, we’ve pulled together some great statistics and facts that will help provide you with some ammunition in your current, ongoing internal (or external) conversations about leveraging big data to help make your business more customer centric and digital.
If you’ve been at all plugged into the technology discussions of the last couple years, you’ve undoubtedly encountered the buzz around “big data.” In an age where everything is super-sized, we’re sold on the idea that “more is better”. We have wall-sized TV’s and Pop Tart-sized cell phones. Everywhere we turn, something is being promoted as maximized, extended, increased or extreme. In this echo chamber of overkill, it would be easy to make the mistake of lumping big data in with the rest. Big data is changing the way that business is done, that goods and services are sold, that strategy is formed. Big data presents big challenges and even bigger opportunities. A little knowledge goes a long way in solving the former and positioning you to take advantage of the latter.
A prestigious selection panel of Nashua community and business leaders has selected MESH Interactive Principal Bill Schick as one of the top 20 visionary leaders who are having an impact on the city.
Other visionaries named to the prestigious list include US Senator Kelly Ayotte, Lowell Spinners and Nashua Silver Knights President Tim Bawmann and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Director Sanders Burstein. Read More
Pay Online by Credit Card Feature Delights Tenants, Encourages Timely Payments Today, we launched a good looking site for Metropolis Property Management. It’s a highly interactive site with an engaging property portfolio section that lets visitors tab through apartment amenities, floor plans and interior and exterior photos. The site also is fully search engine optimized and integrated with social media. These are all important aspects, but what I would like to focus on today is how the site is a great example of what I call “building utility.” Let me explain what I mean. Building utility is when a site
New Tag Line, Logo and Websites Communicate City’s Vitality to Individuals, Families, Tourists and Businesses
In yesterday’s article about the event, The Nashua Telegraph described the initiative as being “designed to blaze innovative new trails into Nashua’s future.”
We couldn’t agree more. The MESH team is honored to be able to say that it played a strategic role in the initiative, which conveys Nashua’s qualities as an ideal destination for individuals, families, tourists and businesses to live, work and play. Read More
Forward thinking small businesses are an important part of our client base at MESH. As you might expect, small business people have very different marketing requirements than larger organizations. That’s why last September we created the MESH LiveBuild lead generation and marketing Website platform. It’s designed specifically to address the specific needs of small businesses. Now, as a logical extension of the MESH LiveBuild product, we’ve launched the MESH LiveBuild Blog, an online forum where the MESH team will introduce lead generation, marketing, and website design and development topics that are important to small businesses. Early topics covered include 10