What kind of experience or professional training is needed to boost individual career development? How can a company foster an employee’s professional growth? In his article Daniil Shash, Data Science Product Manager, shares insights into ELEKS' experiment with building a career advisor tool based on predictive analytics and data modeling.
How would a new generation of events look like? In her article for Digital Doughnut, Olena Zanichkovska, Product Manager, ELEKS Digital, shares the insights into marketing benefits of applying interactive technologies to boost promotional events.
While app makers are passionate about developing for the Apple Watch, some are skeptical about the prospects of coming up with a big idea for the anticipated gadget, hitting stores on April 24. Markiyan Matsekh, ELEKS Mobility & Wearables Product Manager, talked to Reuters, sharing his view on Apple Watch app development challenges.
How can today’s insurance industry benefit from innovative information technologies? Andrey Hankevych, Chief Global Strategist at ELEKS, shares his view on the way the comprehensive software solutions can help industry professionals, from analysts, brokers, portfolio managers to advisers and consultants, to overcome their nagging challenges and gain a competitive advantage.
ELEKS created an Apple Watch app for executing Tesla commands without users having to take out a phone, or their keys. By leveraging the tools available, the team imagined a new relationship between the driver and their technology. The result is a connected experience that offers car control functions across six different screens.
With Apple Watch release getting closer, some developers have started showing off the apps they've built for Apple's first wearable, and ELEKS is among the early standouts. The Verge dwells on the app created by ELEKS’ mobility enthusiasts that allows you to control Tesla Model S directly from your wrist.
Remote-controlling a car from a watch sounds fictional. Unless it’s the latest application developed by ELEKS that allows managing some of the basic functions of a Tesla Model S from the touchscreen of the Apple Watch. Mashable was one of the first to bring the details of the working concept app to the readers.
Take two of the hottest tech products and make them work together in a way that gets the world talking. That seems to be the idea behind the application developed by ELEKS that lets Tesla electric car owners control their Model S through their Apple Watch.
While most developers are keeping their Apple Watch apps under wraps, a new Tesla app created by ELEKS gives you a glimpse into how Tesla owners will be able to control and monitor their cars from their wrists.
ELEKS Mobility & Wearables experts provide insights into capabilities and limitations of app development for the soon-to-be-released Apple Watch. Financial Review featured a story of how ELEKS created the first-of-a-kind wearable app for controlling Tesla Model S.