MakoLab in the Media
MakoLab for Renault Middle East
Another MakoLab's successful implementation for Renault Middle East in Iran.
Dominik Smajek for Wirtualnemedia.pl
Dominik Smajek explains what happen with apps when iOS 11 will go live.
Mirosław Sopek for DataVersity.net
Mirosław Sopek about how schema works on websites to promote smarter search in automotive and financial industries.
The construction of Ogrodowa Office has launched
MakoLab's new headquarters will be located in Ogrodowa Office building.
Wojciech Zieliński in INWESTORZY.TV
Wojciech Zieliński talks about year 2016 in MakoLab and company's new projects.
Iris scans, fingerprints or ... selfie? This is how the contact with the bank will look in the future.
Will the contact with the bank look like a science fiction scenario - predicts Michał Hertel.
5 tips on how to fight for customer loyalty business?
Our business partners appreciate the fact that we are their extra pair of eyes and ears on the market.
Michal Hertel pordens the good future for social lending.
Mercenary or samurai
Mihał Hertel tells how to keep good workers in company.
Attract investors and specialists
Lodz has become one of the most important IT centers in Poland, where Polish and foreign companies coexist.
Commercial Real Estate needs to focus on technology
Close cooperation with e-commerce, interactive shopping centres, fast management process and enhancing business with Big Data analyses - they all combine into only a part of the Commercial Real Estate market transformation.
POLISH IT WITHOUT THE HUNG-UPS
Everyone praise start-ups. But we show that also Polish software providers with years of experience can be innovative.
Being a boomerang that does not shame
Włodzimierz Mrozek talks about his return to the former employee.
PROGRAM I POLSKIEGO RADIA
Daria Kryczyńska talks about life-work ballance policy in MakoLab.
MakoLab with a new creative director
Maxime Tallet, founder and long time CEO of the French creative agency Polette has joined the team of MakoLab, in which he shall assume the newly established position of Global Creative Development Director.
Scientists will be online or disappear
E-books, portals and platforms providing Internet users an open access to publications are irreversibly altering the market of books and textbooks - says Mirek Sopek.
Poland's economy is export
Polska gospodarka eksportem stoi
In addition to the large Polish exporters operate thousands of smaller companies, as MakoLab .
The implementation of IT software
It's the investment that pays for itself.
Global? It's possible
Jacek Socha, former chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, encourages investors to keep an eye on MakoLab.
Digital trade today and tomorrow
Michał Hertel explains the direction of changes on the e-commerce market.
In 2016, 50 million people will pay and purchase online by means of a smartphone
Why do we choose Internet shopping? Explained by Michał Hertel.
The marketing automation industry is already worth 5.5 billion USD
Although in Poland, the so-called marketing automation technologies are still fairly new, experts claim that they may influence one’s advantage over the competition and their optimization of operations already today. Management of data, building of intelligent strategies on basis of information analysis, multi-channel dedicated communication – this is the future of marketing activities.
Companies that decide to employ innovative solutions in terms of building cutting-edge marketing strategies are outpacing their competition even today.
Modernize the Polish education
Computerization of a university does not always imply revolutions. First of all, it should make life easier for students, staff and partners.
FAVORABLE WINDS FOR THE CLOUD
What benefits does the hybrid model provide to small companies? – explains Jarek Domińczak
RETHINKING THE CORPORATE CHRISTMAS EVE
Michał Hertel on our Christmas project “Lend a helping paw” for the animal shelter in Głowno.
DIGITAL OPTIMISM IS NOT ALWAYS WORTH IT
According to Jarek Domińczak, 70% of small and medium enterprises fail to consider financial and brand-related consequences due to loss of confidential data. However, investments required for up-to-date antivirus software and network security do not need to exceed financial capabilities of small companies.
INTERIA REPORTS: COMPANIES READY TO INVEST, WAITING FOR CONCRETE MOVES FROM THE GOVERNMENT
- The goal of investments is to secure a company’s future. In the simplest case – to prevent a situation in which, due to a lack of resources – technologies or qualified personnel – the company is out of the market.
IT AGENCIES ON THE LOOKOUT FOR NEW MARKETS
Export comprises 80% of MakoLab’s revenue – Wojciech Zieliński estimates.
TIME TO CONSIDER GENERATION Z
Research shows that both generations (Y and Z) represent people who are self-confident, ambitious and technologically-savvy – but also demanding towards others, including employers – explains Wojciech Zieliński, CEO of MakoLab SA.
A DIGITAL COUNTERPART OF NOAH’S ARK
Jacek Kowalczyk, Internet analyst at MakoLab, describes interactive screens as a snapshot of the current situation in a company, its individual units and departments. He tells about one client of his company, a multinational producer in the chemical industry, who ordered a dashboard that presents geographic data in an attractive fashion.
A BUSINESS HQ
Management may focus on making actual conclusions, rather than collecting information or switching between systems.
EU VAT AFFECTS SMALL POLISH COMPANIES
Polish app developers and vendors of e-books or streaming content who provide services to individual clients residing in the EU are forced to locate their clients on their own. They must also know VAT rates present in a given country.
JOB NAMING CONVENTIONS CHANGE IN THE POLISH INDUSTRY
We make sure that roles of particular persons working on our side of a project remain clear for foreign partners. We attempt to name every position in Polish as well, although this may be tricky, due to the characteristics of the IT industry.
BUILD A DIGITAL ARK
How to handle data flow? Mirek Sopek offers suggestions in Puls Biznesu.
USING SMARTPHONES CAN BE DANGEROUS
The greatest security threat in the field of mobile devices is, as in the case of traditional computing, the user. People generally lack the knowledge or do not follow basic rules of security.
THE GLOBAL IT MARKET SLOWS DOWN. IN POLAND – GROWTH
Websites which employ schema.org’s semantic markup exhibit an increase in clicks by 30% in comparison to traditional sites, thanks to semantic tags introduced for particular elements of a site.
MOBILE SECURITY IS STILL UNDERESTIMATED
Dominik Smajek tells us about new security mechanisms on the IT market.
DYNAMIC GROWTH IN 2014 AND INTERNATIONAL EXPANSION
Crucial events of 2014 from the perspective of MakoLab – explained by Wojciech Zieliński.
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