Workshops & Consulting

The workshops are mainly about brainstorming! There is no better way to come out with an innovative list of ideas, spontaneously contributed by all stakeholders concerned. The following steps lead us to a more concrete conclusion on what needs to be gamified and why!

  • Group Ideation Sessions (where and how to apply Game Thinking and design)
  • Choosing the pilot (short-list from the ideas generated)
  • Reaching agreement on what ROI could be expected and when
  • Approach to implement the pilot chosen

Gamification Implementation

The delivery of Gamified experiences often involves enhancing existing web and mobile applications to add game elements to them. E.g. Scores in scorecards/leader-boards are mapped to the player’s contextual data such as number of sales orders or purchases etc. Such implementations involve system integration activities and follow the complete software change lifecycle. This is our core strength, given our 20 years of focus in Integration.

Frameworks, Tools & Solution Accelerators

Integrated frameworks, tools and solution accelerators give your gamification process a speedy start. Torry Harris has developed integrated frameworks, tools and solution accelerators, to expedite the process of applying Game Thinking and design in any given context. The frameworks assist in identifying & analysing engagement scenarios as well as in enforcing the required governance and discipline to enable enterprises to focus on the ROI.

Applying Gamification – Use Cases

  • Can be used by Telcos for marketing & customer engagement
  • Real time network analytics and customer feedback
  • Insights into competitors’ network strength at various geo-locations
  • Opens new revenue channel via rewards system
  • A platform to contact and on-board new customers
Blog - Gamification - Really???
The concept of gamification goes back to the first level of Nintendo’s Super Mario Brothers, which motivated users to play the game and move from one level to another, earning points on their way. Gamification challenges people, provides a medium to express their creativity thereby bringing in elements of motivation, retention, loyalty and above all, a sense of achievement!
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Blog - How Gamification Started in Torry Harris?
Although the term “gamification” was coined by Nick Pelling back in 2002, it didn’t gain popularity till about 2010. Businesses have been dismissing Gamification as a “fad”, and criticizing the use of game principles at the workplace. However, a deep dive thesis and some implementations and studies later, Gamification is seen to be producing very tangible results in areas of user engagement, customer retention, ROI, learning etc. and is no more considered a marketing gimmick. Gamification works - and we want you to know how, through this fun game we created back in 2008!
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Past Event - The Power Trio – Integration through SOA, Enterprise Mobility and Gamification
Torry Harris organized the event “The Power Trio – Integration through SOA, Enterprise Mobility and Gamification” at Vienna. The event was attended by C-Level executives across industry verticals. The keynote sessions emphasized on how gamification could be leveraged for enterprises, SOA and its role in mobilizing the enterprises and increasing customer loyalty through gaming principles & techniques.
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