Since I began my recruitment business in 1999, I have had my eyes on innovation in software, hardware, and personal data.
One of my clients has been working on a masterpiece of software in the insurance world since 1988. Code is developed around the individual, the insurer that the insurance companies serve.
They are prepared to stay in the game.
Picking-up data from our data vault will become the next step.
With these tools comes power in our hands. We will fuel code with our data only to underpin the delivery of meaningful products and services. We won't settle for less.
Surveillance Capitalism was a solution to monetize after the dot com crash. But that game is coming to an end. The core software design to underpin the business model is too simplistic. It can't cope with the real challenges of life.
A foundation to let more imagination flourish and gain productivity is rolling out.