Listening is the killer app
for the relational domain.
The final "killer app
" is the work ethic, which Ferguson argues finds its roots in the Protestant work ethic.
"This is because of all inventories available to an operator, SMS is the killer app
. All phones are SMS enabled as opposed to a much smaller percentage of smart phones that can deliver mobile web and applications.
If you find a killer app
or have a killer comment, we want to hear about it.
For personal-lines carriers, apps development has gone from merely "getting your name in front of people" marketing to creating the "killer app
"--bill payment solutions--to now even experimenting with ways to make insurance buyers better risks, like the State Farm auto-responder app that answers your phone for you while you're driving.
It tends to appear in the same old sentences: "There's an app for that," and "There's a killer app
for that." A few variations are possible, such as: "I bought that app," and "I bought a killer app
today." (A killer app
, in laymen's terms, is a super-duper one.)
Still, there are those who think the next killer app
could literally be a killer app--as in eradicating one or more traditional players--and strike with unexpected speed.
The company describes electronic medical records on mobile devices as the "killer app
" that will affect the health care industry.
But are they the next killer app
for mobile banking?
Computers have been all over the workplace for only a few decades but even so numerous killer app
storage devices have come and gone, and with the going most information stored on them has disappeared.