Tom Scaife, from Knight Frank in the UK, has looked at the state of the Senior Housing market in the UK. While this article focuses on the situation in the UK, we know thematically that the Australian market is similar to the UK and many of the points are applicable to Australia as well.
Matthias Hollwich, a German-born architect living in the USA, has created an apartment concept that replaces ‘simulated reality’ of retirement communities with apartment towers for people of all ages who look after each other.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to age 40 years in a matter of minutes? This German-designed suit can do that, and the aim is for designers to be more cognisant of the requirements of the elderly when designing new buildings.
Despite being made legal in 1999, it's taken almost 20 years for e-signing to start to really catch on. Why should you sign electronically? Read this article to find out more
Don't assume that customer service and customer experience are the same. Though the two terms are often used interchangeably, customer service and customer experience are not the same thing, Forrester Research asserts in a new report. In the report, Pasto identifies a number of other very common customer service pitfalls and how savvy customer experience pros overcome them.
At face value, the ability to source more data, to analyse it quickly, and to use it to achieve better business outcomes shouldn’t have any obvious downsides. However, the reality is that data can be extremely damaging to any business when it’s wrong or misinterpreted.
The future of the database market is in the cloud according to new research from the global research and advisory firm Gartner which predicts that by 2022, 75 percent of all databases will be deployed or migrated to a cloud platform with just five percent returning to on-premises.
The Australian retirement living sector is trending towards a greater proportion of vertical communities and offering a wider variety of services to residents according to research by the Property Council of Australia.
Two hundred years ago, paper forms were the cutting edge in office productivity. It might be hard to imagine, so let’s paint the picture. At that time, if you wanted a copy of a document, there were few options. You could ask a printer to set type and print copies. Or you could ask a clerk to handwrite the material.