API System integration The Happiness Index

Five innovative uses for APIs

Alex Johnston Software Developments

Welcome to the ever-expanding world of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), a technology that pre-dates the internet itself. The concept of a bunch of publicly accessible points within an application, that allows it to interact with other systems, is an idea that has been around since the birth of electronic data …

AI and Machine Learning revolutionising HR

How AI & Machine Learning will revolutionise HR

Matt Stannard Software Developments

For quite some time people have been speaking about “Big Data”. With the advances in Cloud – both in terms of performance and price, it wasn’t surprising to see Google announce at Cloud Next in San Francisco that they were going to put AI and Machine Learning (ML) at the …

The Happiness Index Pulse Survey Tech

Product Update: 30th March 2017

Matt Stannard Software Developments

At The Happiness Index we are committed to providing the most innovative and robust pulse survey technology on the market. As such, we are evolving and upgrading our system to introduce new features, functions and improve usability. Our development road map will see new changes rolled out to clients in …

the happiness index – award winning technology

Tony Latter blog, Software Developments

The Happiness Index was last night voted into the Top 50 Disruptive UK Technology companies for 2015 alongside well established brands such as CrowdCube and payasyougym.com Previous winners include Secret Escapes and reevoo, so we’re delighted to be keeping such good company! For more details click here:realbusiness.co.uk/article/29366 Tony LatterCEO and …

October 2014: Reinvesting In Development

Tony Latter blog, Software Developments

As our clients are aware we’re committed to improving the usability and analytics of The Happiness Index and we’re delighted to announce the latest developments to go live: 1. A display box showing the average score for the data you are looking at. 2. The ability to order respondents by …