Posted by Everise on
Sep 9, 2021
Posted By: Everise

Traditional consumer habits are evolving as people have adapted to life during a pandemic. Physical distancing and stay-at-home measures have greatly influenced purchasing decisions, forcing consumers to seek out online methods and adopt new means of buying their essentials for safety and convenience. 

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As global changes force more industries to digitally transform, greater expectations for customer and product experience also arise, making it more difficult for more entrenched, vital industries such as those in the healthcare space to keep up.

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Posted by Chris Greenough on
May 21, 2021
Posted By: Chris Greenough

2020 forced many businesses to accelerate their digital transformation and experiment with different technologies as more of their employees working from home. Despite vaccines becoming available, most consumer studies show that people hope to continue working remotely. 

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As more people spend more time online,  having a great digital customer experience is essential for brands. When done right it gives brands an edge against their competition. 

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Posted by Karlie Mathews on
Apr 21, 2021
Posted By: Karlie Mathews

Recently Parks Associates, a connected device intelligence firm, hosted their first session in their Connected Health Summit. During this session, the focus was on leveraging the smart home for a healthy home and the impact smart home devices have for our senior populations. With many smart home health devices available, and that will soon be available, have the unique ability to keep seniors independent for longer. It is vital that we support our seniors in understanding and using this technology so they can continue to thrive. 

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Posted by Judd Bagley on
Jan 28, 2021
Posted By: Judd Bagley

One of the most anticipated events of the century -- the development of the Covid-19 vaccine -- also happens to be one of the most contentious. Potential recipients from every segment of society have a wide range of concerns and many have grown distrustful of information sources they previously counted on.

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We all look back on mid-March of 2020 as the week the world turned upside down. The arrival of Covid-19 in the US altered how we live and work. Of course, Covid being at its core a disease, all eyes have been on the healthcare industry and its response, on every level.  

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The American healthcare industry enjoyed an infamously privileged status for a long time.  For decades, it didn’t much matter how consumers felt about their member experience. Traditional competition was minimal because most peoples’ choices were made by their employers. Complaints rarely made it beyond one’s immediate social circle – which was itself generally comprised of people equally unhappy with their own member experiences.  

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When the pandemic first broke out, Everise quickly transitioned over ninety percent of our workforce into remote work environments. Fast-forward to the present day, most of our champions are now working in the safety of their homes. In this installment of People of Everise, we’re introducing a new series - Live from our Living Room - where we interview our work-at-home champions in the comfort of their homes and learn more about them as they share a glimpse into their personal lives and how they’re adjusting to a new work environment.

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Posted by Everise on
Oct 15, 2020
Posted By: Everise

It's been an eventful year and many unforeseen changes are now shaping the future of how we will work and function as a society. Uncertain market conditions have accelerated the adoption of intelligent tools that can ensure business and social continuity. One of these tools is Artificial Intelligence(AI), which is proving to be the champion that can provide dependable solutions to a post-pandemic world. By enabling us to improve how we work and automating robotic tasks, this smart technology is transforming different industries in profound ways.

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