DALLAS, May 5, 2020 -- InspireHUB has released a free guide to help small businesses survive during this difficult time. They successfully implemented a Digital Rescue Kit program for their clients and within days were seeing the positive ripple effects of helping small businesses transform and remain open. The InspireHUB team realized that making this knowledge freely available to as many small business owners as possible would have a direct impact on local communities.
Windsor-Essex Ontario, March 30, 2020 - Cooper’s Hawk Vineyards and Restaurants (CHV), a boutique winery nestled in southwestern Ontario is leading the pack when it comes to embracing the new virtual reality that is facing wineries and doing it in record time, something that should provide hope to every small winery across North America.
In less than four days, the team at CHV went from a traditional winery that relied on restaurant business, tours, and tastings on-site to an almost entirely virtual existence. The transformation now has a focus on home delivery and drive-in pickups but also includes an entire campaign aimed at not just filling the cups of their clients stuck in quarantine but also their souls.
“InspireHUB implemented their digital rescue kit for us, and we are already seeing sales as a result,” explains co-owner Tom O’Brien. “In less than 48 hours, they had mapped out an entire campaign with us along with our new ordering process. Two days later, we had everything implemented. We’ve come to realize this is an opportunity for us to innovate. No matter what happens in the future, we will be keeping this new approach to engaging our customers.”
DALLAS, TX., March 25, 2020 - As the Covid-19 pandemic leads to more businesses and community resources shuttering their doors in an effort to slow the spread of the virus, communities and organizations are seeking new digital ways to engage with residents in need. The NeedServ Progressive Web App is a project that has been years in the making and was approved for launch just as the world encounters a major global pandemic.
The team at NeedServ (a ministry of The Jesus Alliance) selected the IHUBApp Digital Experience Platform as the tool of choice to build their solution after trying others. Another major factor was the history of the platform having been built for work in South Africa (at the request of Nelson Mandela) and its proven success in remote and extreme environments (such as the Kakuma Refugee Camp). Over the last year, successful pilots have been deployed in areas hit by natural disasters and the teams were just preparing to launch the new app when the pandemic arrived.
Dallas Texas, January 16, 2019 - InspireHUB Inc. announced the release of the company’s latest white paper "The 2019 Future of Apps: Progressive Web Apps Grow and Mature." This latest white paper includes insights on the disruptive impact of Progressive Web Apps (PWA) and helps anyone involved in the digital space understand the new app landscape.
"Marketers and businesses have been cautioned that a ‘mobile first’ strategy was dated. The arrival of PWA has made it extinct and a ‘digital first’ approach that is device-agnostic is the new reality," explained Karolyn Hart, Founder of InspireHUB.
Dallas, Texas, February 13, 2017 - InspireHUB Inc. announced the release of the company’s third annual whitepaper “The 2017 Future of Apps: The Next Generation of Apps Arrives”. This latest whitepaper includes exclusive insight on app trends and industry predictions from tech leaders Google and Samsung.
"As we enter 2017, we are delighted that technology thought leaders from both Google and Samsung have participated in providing their upcoming predictions as part of this whitepaper," explains Karolyn Hart, COO of InspireHUB Inc.