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4 Signs You’ve Found a Great Software Consultant

[fa icon="user"] Greta Kelly [fa icon="calendar"]  Apr 17, 2019 11:45:00 AM [fa icon="comments-o"] 0 Comments

In the world of software development consulting, inventory (hourly work) is very perishable. An hour lost can’t be relived! Great software consultants understand this and implement strategies to ensure their clients get maximum value for time spent working on projects. If you outsource all or some of your custom software development, here are 4 signs you’re making a sound investment.

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Core Values that Drive the Best Software Development Companies

[fa icon="user"] Natalie Lopez [fa icon="calendar"]  Apr 1, 2019 8:00:00 AM [fa icon="comments-o"] 0 Comments

(A little April Fool’s Day fun!)

Choosing the right software development company to build your custom programs or apps is tough. They are complicated, involved projects, and if you choose the wrong partner, you could end up wasting a lot of time and money. Not good!

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4 Common Problems That Inhibit JIRA Workflow Agility

[fa icon="user"] Greta Kelly [fa icon="calendar"]  Dec 19, 2018 8:30:00 AM [fa icon="comments-o"] 0 Comments

Workflows are vital for any Agile team. They help automate repeatable processes to make it easier for people to collaborate with more efficiency and fewer errors. Though they may sound like a magic bullet for productive team collaboration, they aren’t foolproof.

Here are four common problems that inhibit JIRA workflow agility and success. Learn to recognize them so you can prevent inefficiencies and ensure your workflows are always advancing organizational growth and sustainability.

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How an Agile-Waterfall Hybrid Approach Can Limit Software Success

[fa icon="user"] Martyna Florczak [fa icon="calendar"]  Dec 12, 2018 8:30:00 AM [fa icon="comments-o"] 0 Comments

Waterfall methodology emerged from the industrial world of assembly lines and specializations. With few known alternatives, the methodology was also applied to software development. Over time, however, frustrations from its many disadvantages, such as the inability to go back and change something or the length of time to get a working prototype up and running, led developers to lean toward more agile processes.

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Deliver Better Software by Using a DevOps Scorecard

[fa icon="user"] Natalie Lopez [fa icon="calendar"]  Oct 23, 2018 9:30:00 AM [fa icon="comments-o"] 1 Comment

Though a consistent definition of DevOps can be hard to come by, one thing we can all agree on is that the goal is to improve software delivery performance. While the desired outcome is clear, the path to achieving it is a bit hazy. As a practitioner of EOS, the Entrepreneurial Operating System developed by Gino Wickman, Author of Traction, Get a Grip on Your Business, we’ve realized the value that a scorecard adds towards identifying and measuring the key actions that will make our vision reality.

In this article, we provide an overview of the scorecard tool and outline some ways it helps us deliver 99.99 software.

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