Telehealth represents the future of healthcare. Over time, mobile apps, web apps, and video conferencing will be viable ways for patients to stay connected to their healthcare providers.
The healthcare and medical industries can use augmented reality (AR) to better recognize and care for patients for a range of medical issues, from cardiovascular disorders to eyesight loss.
Communicating your app idea to a development team is not an easy task, but it is necessary for both parties to communicate effectively and be on the same page about the app.
Clutch spoke with Dave Todaro, founder and president of Ascendle, about the software development process and keys to success in the market.
Clutch spoke with Jake Ward, the President and CEO of the app developers alliance, a trade group that represents developers as a profession.
Clutch spoke with Deepak Chopra, the CEO and one of the co-founders of Clearbridge Mobile, a mobile app development company in Canada.
Clutch spoke with Kris Jones, the CEO of Appek Mobile Apps, about the comparison between native development tools and cross-platform development tools – an important consideration for anyone looking to develop an app using app development software.
Clutch spoke with Randall Cross, the CEO of Ethervision, about the comparison between native development tools and cross-platform development tools – an important consideration for anyone looking to develop an app using App Development Software.
A Clutch user shares the success story of how the company found and hired a top-notch app development firm from Clutch's research and reviews.
Clutch interviewed Michael Romilly, Marketing Director at app development company Waracle.
Clutch spoke with Mikhail Chuprynski, Director of Development at Magora Systems, a software, mobile and web development company.
Clutch spoke with Graham Dodge, President and CEO of Sickweather, the data and media platform for public health prediction. The interview is part of a series about wearable technology.
Clutch spoke with Levent Gurses, President of Movel, as part of a series of interviews about wearable technology.