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Custom App Development Companies VS Readymade Software Providers – How to Find Good Developers and the Right Solution

Nov 4, 2019
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Perfect software is a myth. At the same time, it doesn’t really need to exist. Each software product is aimed at meeting business demands the most appropriate way in order to increase the effectiveness of the company’s performance.

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Digital Banking: 5+ Things You Need to Know Before Starting a Project

Apr 25, 2019
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Pitfalls and issues will inevitably arise while working on any project: from building a house to creating a digital banking system. Alexander Arabey, the co-founder and business development director of Qulix Systems has provided a brief overview of digital banking projects in a technological context. This article is backed up by Vendor experience to help you…

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RFP: How to Write a Request for Proposal for Software Development Outsourcing

Apr 18, 2019
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If you’re about outsourcing a new technology project, you may think of the RFP (request for proposal) structure, which helps you save time and get highly informative bids from vendors. Here’s an outline on how to write a request for proposal and which questions businesses ask and vendors answer.

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How to Manage Your Dedicated Software Development Team Effectively

Apr 3, 2019
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That was predictable: outstaffing or managing virtual teams came along with a boost of digital products on the market. According to some analysts, in the next few years, about one-third of skilled full-time employees will work within remote development teams or hybrid teams. Even though it may be a massive challenge to hire a skilled…

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What’s the Difference between IT Outsourcing, Outstaffing and Offshoring?

Mar 27, 2019

While outsourcing and offshoring have been buzz-words for the business community for decades, outstaffing sounds somewhat new, although quite understandable. To avoid a possible confusion of terms, let’s find out the difference between them and check them out.

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