Glenn Gruber

Glenn Gruber

Glenn Gruber is a contributing Node to Tnooz and senior mobility strategist at Propelics, an enterprise mobile strategy firm.

Previously Glenn was AVP travel technologies at Ness Technologies, responsible for developing the company’s strategy and solutions for the travel industry.

Prior to Ness he held leadership roles at Symphony Services, Kyocera and Israeli startups Power Paper Ltd and Golden Screens Interactive Technologies.

He also writes a personal blog, Software Industry Insights

apple watch love SOS alert to the travel industry! Tap the brakes on your Apple Watch investments
apple watch love 1 month ago

The allure of Shiny Object Syndrome (SOS) is strong. And whether it be “a-loo-minium” or gold, Apple’s Watch is very shiny. We’re …

apple pay 7 months ago

The new iPhones and Apple Watch sure got most of the buzz after the latest Apple launch event a few weeks ago. …

iOS 8 10 months ago

Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference in June introduced a plethora of new platform and device features in iOS 8. With more than 4,000 …

airport mobile waiting 1 year ago

Personalization. Merchandising. Loyalty. Omni-Channel. Social. But what about iBeacon? These are some travel industry watch-words to be mindful of as we strive …

BLE vs NFC 690 1 year ago

For many years marketers have known that if they could just get the right offer at the right time in front of …

mobile payment 1 year ago

Mobile commerce continues to grow at a fast pace. According to eMarketer, mobile commerce or mCommerce constitutes $41.68 billion of the total …

mobile airport 2 years ago

Mobile is transforming many industries, travel probably as much as any. The out-of-home, often in unfamiliar places, nature of travel has made it almost a perfect fit for mobile as a technology.

blank ipad 2 years ago

Travel companies are forever claiming how app-savvy they are – and now independent research tells us all that tablets are grabbing a significant share of hotel website traffic.

mobile security 2 years ago

That Android devices are much more susceptible to malware attacks than Apple iOS devices is not breaking news. This has been a trend for quite some time.

global web browser engine usage 2 years ago

Google moves from Webkit to Blink, Samsung seems to be steadily pseudo-forking Android for its own purposes, and other developments in the mobile web.


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