Community Colleges Join to Offer Affordable Coding Bootcamp

by Mike Hunter

Technology careers are growing at a rapid pace in an industry that is stronger than many others. With an anticipated 21 percent growth rate over the next 10 years for software development jobs, the need for software developers is stronger than ever. Three Maricopa Community Colleges are working with Promineo Tech, an innovative provider of tech education, to make coding … [More]

AI Helps Reduce Business Spend

by Josephine McCann

There’s a lot that can go wrong in the typical organization’s spend audit process. Manually auditing vendor invoices and employee expense reports is time-consuming and frustrating. Most companies resign themselves to conducting partial audits, which might catch a few discrepancies, but leaves the company at risk for errors, waste and fraud. Luckily, there’s a solution: … [More]

New Grocery Shopping Technology: Good for Employees, Businesses

by Shawn Ohri

New technology from an Arizona company is reinventing the way businesses keep healthcare costs down, while making it easier for consumers to find healthy options at the grocery store. ScriptSave WellRx, based out of Tucson, unveiled new mobile technology that makes personalized grocery recommendations based on a person's health, allergies or diet. It’s the first free mobile … [More]

Tech Advances Shipping Logistics

by Adam Fields

While we will continue to see growth in parcel package deliveries in 2020, we will see an even bigger spike in online sales of items requiring white-glove logistics and services. Due to this new trend in ecommerce, consumers — who have been conditioned to expect their online purchases will be delivered quickly and efficiently — will start to demand the oversized, fragile or … [More]

Technology Impacts the Traditional 9-5 Workday

by Matt Thomas

There was a time when the traditional nine-to-five work schedule was a governing model of a day’s work. With the rise of the gig economy, nine-to-fives are dying and companies are feeling the effects. In fact, about 36 percent of U.S. workers are now considered freelance workers. Companies need to do their best to keep their employees engaged or they risk losing them to the gig … [More]