Knowledgent “Wireframes Done Right” Article Draws Strong Interest from Equipment Finance Sector
New York, NY, December 21, 2012 – Knowledgent, a leading industry information consultancy focused on maximizing the value of information to empower clients with actionable business insights, has once again drawn huge interest from asset finance professionals with a poignant article published in one of this niche sector’s leading online publications.
“The article ‘Wireframes Done Right: Empowering Business & Technology Teams’ (available here on the online publication "Equipment Finance Advisor") authored by Sean Murray and Nick Kramer of Knowledgent Group, the second installment of a two-part article series, received tremendous attention from Equipment Finance Advisor readers. This most recent article and its predecessor definitely struck a chord within the equipment finance industry by drawing attention to the importance of user experience in maximizing business value of technology, says Michael Toglia, Publisher – Equipment Finance Advisor.
The article focuses on proven techniques for articulating user requirements through user experience definitions and wireframing, to tightly align technology to business processes, commensurate with user expectations.
“Web 2.0 and the mobile Internet have revealed the importance of simple and intuitive visual interfaces to technology adoption,” remarked Peter Gibson, Co-CEO of Knowledgent. “Wireframes have typically been undervalued by business users and technologist alike. This article goes a long way to showing why that sentiment is mistaken.”
Knowledgent is a purpose-built Industry Information Consultancy that provides advanced Information Management and Analytical (IM&A) solutions with industry-specific specialization in Financial Services, Life Sciences, Healthcare and Commercial markets. Knowledgent is founded with the mission to help an enterprise become more information centric. We chose this mission because while information has been recognized as a strategic corporate asset, its importance has now reached an inflection point: corporations that don’t learn to innovate through information and compete on analytics will be left behind by those that do. That’s because the extreme volumes of data exhaust now being generated by systems, machines and the Internet represents an unexplored ocean of data with unlimited potential of mining insights that can be used for instructive predictions about products, markets, customers and human behaviors.
Knowledgent is a first-in-category firm, built from the ground up to combine IM&A advisory and delivery capabilities with vertical domain knowledge. While the core capability of our firm is comprised of competencies that address business & IT strategy, business analysis, program management, information management, and big data analytics, the context in which we approach any problem is the vertical industry of our clients.
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