Dan Rowinski

Former ARC Editor-in-Chief at Applause

Dan Rowinski joined Applause in 2014 as founder and Editor-in-Chief of a publication called ARC - The Application Resource Center. ARC was a digital magazine focused on the production of mobile apps and innovations in digital engagement and economics.

Dan was hired as a Senior Editor at MIT Horizon. MIT Horizon is an initiative under MIT open learning. In his spare time, Dan writes science-fiction stories. His first book is titled, The Starving Bachelor. Dan also continues to contribute to the Boston sports industry as a freelance writer. Additionally, Dan has appeared in the Boston Globe, Business Insider, and Government Computer News. He has also been featured on the podcast, “Boston Speaks Up” which is presented by Boston Business Journal’s BostInno.

See What Dan Rowinski Has Written:

Your Smart Home Of The Future Will Be Controlled By Voice

“Alexa, turn off the lights, turn up the heat and read me a story.”

75% Of People Have Performance Issues With Digital Transformation

Don’t get caught in the complexity of digital transformation.

The Pros And Cons Of Native Apps And The Mobile Web For Ecommerce

Retailers and ecommerce should look carefully at the benefits and pitfalls of building both native apps and mobile websites.

Retail Banks Will Spend 40% Of Their Technology Dollars On Digital Transformation

“There are very few banks in the United States that aren’t investing in transformational technologies.”

5 Tips To Make Digital Payments Easier For Ecommerce

The payment is the painful part. Don’t make it any harder than it already is.

Omnichannel Retail Is No Longer A Strategy, It’s The Business Model

The philosophical distinction between business model and strategy could be the difference between survival and spiral for retailers.

For The Battered Retail Industry, Machine Learning Has To Be About Sales

We are ultimately trying to sell more. I think that is the beauty of retail in that the motive is very simple.

How Language Led To The Artificial Intelligence Revolution

“Well, we kind of have 10-times more computation …”