PE Cares: Birthday Project Volunteering
Productive Edge (PE) and PE Cares aim to engage with the Chicago community each month in order to participate in opportunities which support and lift up those in need. The objective of our community engagement is to help build and foster a sense of commitment and positivity in our city. In July, we partnered with The Birthday Project. The goal of this group is to bring joy to children experiencing homelessness or living in transitional facilities by hosting a magical birthday celebration.
Part 2: Practically Applying Data Visualization
PE Employee Appreciation Event: Q2 2019
Productive Edge puts an emphasis on creating a culture where employees can learn, grow, and have fun. This focus on culture is one of our pillars for success that extends beyond our doors and is echoed in the work that we do. To celebrate the commitment and dedication of PE’s staff, the company set sail on the Anita Dee and soaked up the sun on beautiful Lake Michigan.
Part 1: Optimizing Digital Transformation with Data Visualization
Productive Edge applies the most advanced digital technologies to create unique experiences. Whether it’s automating a complicated manual system or leveraging technology to make connected devices talk to each other, we are gathering enormous amounts of data that can be leveraged for valuable insights.
Productive Edge Spring Round-Up
True to our core value of “Constant Improvement”, Productive Edge is dedicated to consistently helping make the community of Chicago an even better place. This doesn’t just include developing technologies to serve the many industries that operate within the Windy City but also creating a positive transformational impact on the areas in which we live and work.
Apple WWDC 2019 Brings Exciting Updates for Developers
Every year, Apple impresses at the Worldwide Developer Conference with new innovations and updates for developers. This year, Apple unveiled software updates for all of its new devices, as well as the new Mac Pro—a hefty desktop computer targeted toward enterprise users. Apple also revealed a new operating system for the iPad: iPadOS. However, the most impressive part of the conference were the significant improvements in developer tools and APIs, including massive improvements to Machine Learning capabilities, the new SwiftUI, and the new RealityKit. Throughout the presentations, Apple consistently emphasized its focus on privacy, clearly seeking to establish itself as a privacy powerhouse in the midst of data breaches and privacy compromises. There were a number of exciting updates that developers can add to their toolbox.