2015 has indeed provided us some of the best technologies we thought were only possible in the world of fiction. We have listed down here the top tech companies that established global recognition and all are in a vantage point to head start 2016 with their improved and innovative technologies that are bound to revolutionize our way of living further.
Uber turned out to be the most influential and successful startup of 2015 that also managed to make its way into Oxford dictionary as “let’s call a cab” has turned into “let’s get a Uber.” This billion dollar worth of startup has brilliantly and strategically made its apps available in major parts of the world while its competitors such as Didi, Ola, and Lyft are trailing behind. This is still a private company and its stock still not available for the commoners.
Even though Facebook has been operating successfully worldwide way before 2015, some of its latest additions that constricted the world into a smaller place by allowing us to remain connected with our friends and acquaintances living far away from us. Many of its biggest competitors such as Twitter, whose number of users is restricted to a certain point due to altering its CEO and downsizing; whereas LinkedIn, on the other hand, is doing significantly well but its revenue is only a fraction of what Facebook makes every month. Many innovations of Facebook are yet to be revealed including Oculus Rift and solar-powered drones that will directly transmit internet signals on developing nations for free internet from 2016.
Just like Facebook, Amazon has always been the best method of shopping for people as more than half of all the American citizens have reported that they prefer to carry out a majority of their holiday shopping on Amazon instead of visiting a store of Walmart. Amazon’s unique selling point, as an e-commerce site has appealed to a large number of buyers, including its latest drones for product delivery within 30 minutes which has also achieved popularity and success. It’s inside business services such as outsourcing computing demands have brought about greater revenue for the company, hence accentuating its profit level.
Yes, ever since Netflix appeared, demand for TV cable has fallen significantly as we can enjoy shows simply using the internet. TV watching habit has declined drastically first time, as most of our favorite shows and movies can be watched online with your favorite person sitting next to you (don’t be offended if you are single). Netflix delivers the similar TV watching experience if you have the internet, so what’s the point in paying for TV subscription every month? Following its trend, Amazon and Hulu are slowly constructing their core selling point for accentuating competition with Netflix.
These are the most successful tech companies that established global recognition through their respective core selling points and we are hoping for some more companies that are going to steal the spotlight.