As technology changes, so does industry. Our team works to anticipate the most relevant upcoming technology of the future and bring it into the present. Our goal is to use new technology to completely change a broad range of existing industries and usher in new generations of innovation and progress. When it comes to Springboard Global Solutions, all change is good change.
Companies like Uber, Google, and Tesla are creating automobiles that use sensors and years of collected data to navigate the roads autonomously.
Bitcoin is a form of digital currency that can be used outside of a central authority like a government. It utilizes blockchain technology to account for the total value of the exchanged currency.
Machines and robots are being created to assess and learn from their surroundings to complete both simple and complex goals.
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What Is Disruptive Technology?
"Disruptive Technology Crafted to Alter Industry"
Disruptive technology was first termed by business consultant and author Clayton M. Christensen in 1995. He defined this phenomenon as a technology that creates a new market by providing a different set of values, which ultimately takes over the existing market. The technology typically presents a different package of performance attributes that are not valued by the existing customer. However, with the use of high technology, the performance offered by the new innovation usually leads to an invasion and overtaking of established markets. Below are some modern examples of disruptive tech.
Do you have an idea that you think could shape the future? We want to help you develop it. Springboard Global takes on one intern per summer to work on a self-proposed project. We aim to inspire and guide young innovators to upheave existing industries and drive global progress. One great idea can change the world. Let us help you make yours into a reality.
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