This is the first installation in a series of scientific research blogs from Fingertip's Data Scientist Lasse Winter. In these blog posts we dive into data acquired from our own use of the Fingertip application to discover curiosities around decision making. Decision making is an inherently
1. Understand your market and focus on things that really matter.After our first game, (which was not a success) we gathered around our planning table and started to analyze the market. The emerging result was to try create a game which would bridge two large game genres, fun and easy casual games with complex and time-consuming mid-core
1. Be always one step ahead! Think from the start about the time after concept creation and launch. What needs to be taken into consideration when you’re going to scale up? The core of scalability is the business idea itself. You might not have time to
Welcome to Fingertip Breakfast on Tuesday, February 26th, at 8-10 am! Our insightful speakers, CRO Milla Nevanlinna and CEO Jaakko Pellosniemi give their forewords: Eating our own dog food & Drinking our own champagne – How Fingertippers get it down and done? It started in the 1980s and
This morning you might’ve woken up to learn that the rules of the game have changed – once again. The world is complex, and going autopilot on decision making means trusting that your stakeholders, customers and competitors are playing by the rules of yesterday. So,
Our Art of setting objectives and goals event gathered an audience of professionals from different business areas. Three inspirational speakers talked about ever changing challenges, objectives, and smart means to reach them. Please enjoy the summary. Save the dates for the coming Fingertip’s Breakfast. They will
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