The Liquid State team is proud to be announced as one of six finalists in the 2019 Lord Mayor’s Business Awards, CCIQ Award for Outstanding Small Business.
Congratulations to the team from Liquid State, eHealth Queensland and Data61 who’s solution, MedAssist, won the Oracle prize at this years eHealth Innovation Jam in Brisbane. Over 3 days, the team was able to rapidly prototype and pitch their innovative connected healthcare solution at the eHealth Expo.
Alongside the shift from volume to value-based care comes a new generation of healthcare consumers who proactively engage in their own health. As we transition to 2019, it is crucial that healthcare organisations take into account the needs of these consumers when developing new care models. This, combined with innovative digital health solutions, will lead to… Read more »
Business apps have experienced rapid growth in recent years, with companies embracing both internal and external mobile apps to improve engagement, boost productivity and increase sales. However, when you have a great business app idea, it can be hard to know how to bring all its potential to fruition.
It’s no longer enough to just develop an app for one platform. Most businesses and brands need to target myriad device types. However, developing for all platforms is challenging, especially for a company with limited resources. Fortunately, cross-platform app development frameworks help solve this problem.
With well over 1 million apps in the major app stores, businesses all over the world have recognised the importance of mobile apps. As a result, the app market has become increasingly competitive and businesses are finding it challenging to be discovered in a sea of competition. In order to compete, it is imperative to… Read more »
For most industries a mobile strategy is no longer an option, it is a requirement. In the world of mobile app development, it is vital to success to get it right the first time. One of the top reasons for mobile apps failing at the market within the first few months is due to poor… Read more »
Smartphones continue to grow in ubiquity. Mobile apps are now being used to complement pre-existing systems in healthcare to improve the quality of care. As a result, advances in healthcare apps and technology are revolutionising the industry and patient-centred care.