Advancements in the tech market have taken the world by storm over the past decade. Now untethered and even more unrelenting, the smartphone age has reshaped the landscape of commerce and finance the world over, not only making transactions easier with the push of a button, but much, much faster now that we have high-speed fiber optic Internet in nearly every corner of the world. But we shouldn’t credit those two formidable tech forces alone for making our lives easier. Both consumers and producers can now comfortably do business in the Interwebs, also thanks to these three important tech revolutions.
Surprisingly, social networking has played a huge role in the development of the tech market. Making a huge leap nearly the same time the smartphone made larger waves in the mid-2000s, it has created new avenues through which people, even from far-flung corners of the world, to communicate with the rest of the world. This is a big plus for tech and tech-savvy entrepreneurs, especially when it comes to marketing. Getting the word out about their products and services has become less of a chore, thanks to social networking sites, such as Facebook and Twitter, where they can easily showcase their wares. Through used printers like those offered at JJBender.com to various appliances covered by the Internet of Things, businesses can now connect their websites to these social networking sites.
Financial transactions have become more seamless and secure with the rise of e-commerce, which most banks, businesses, and other financial institutions have chosen as their preferred mode of transaction. From making and receiving payments on-the-go to paperless managing of accounts to setting up online shops, it has paved the way for a more convenient way of doing business, not just for entrepreneurs, but also for consumers. People can now transact with one another with just a few clicks of the button, making it much easier for consumers to purchase items and avail of services on the Internet. If you haven’t gotten on board yet, you could try it out yourself by visiting JJ Bender, a world leader in quality used printing equipment, and checking out their products. You’ll see how easy it is to purchase their wares in no time at all!
Consumers who are constantly on-the-go have found it tedious to even whip out their phones to check notifications and keep tabs on what’s going on in the world, especially those who are almost always behind the wheel, keeping up with the grind. This is why the smartwatch broke through the market in the early 2010s, thus allowing consumers to read unopened text messages or receive important push updates without having to grab their phones from their pockets. The most prominent and most ubiquitous of these devices, the Apple Watch, even allows users to make cashless payments by attaching their bank accounts to the Apple Pay service, connecting said service to their Apple Watch, and placing said device inside the frequency locus of an RFID payment scanner.
As technology continues to advance, it will only permeate our lives even more. It’s only a matter of time until the next big shift.