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is without a doubt one of the most exciting (and profitable) places to be in
the world of new technologies. Hundreds of innovative products are being
released every year to make it easier to pay, lend, save, secure, invest or
manage money for both individual and business clients. Many of those products gain
trust of millions of people and investors. But the most exciting fact is that
it’s just a beginning.
comes to dealing with money, we are at a crossroads. Sure, the fintech industry
is already really, really big. According to data by PitchBook, global venture
investment in this field reached $17.4 billion in 2016,
while the number digital banking users (essentially, a ...
The power of “it depends”
There are few topics as controversial as
software development outsourcing. That is because each company going for it
stands to either gain or lose a lot – depending on many factors. Although the
cliché non-answer “it depends” fits the title question quite well, it’s still far
from being satisfying. To make up for it, let’s go deeper and find out what it
exactly depends on – why small businesses should or should not outsource, what
to outsource specifically, how and to whom.
As the global IT spending increases, reaching
new, mind-boggling heights,
so does the size of software outsourcing industry. It is true for both large
and small companies. According to the State of ...
10 steps to make it work
world of software development outsourcing is one of the best examples of how
valuable great developers are for businesses from all the world. Decision
makers of both small and big companies can go to great lengths to find them and
get to work with them - even if they are separated by thousands of miles,
different languages, various cultural differences and many other challenges.
But wouldn’t it be nice if the effectiveness of offshore development
outsourcing wasn’t crippled by such factors? Follow these 10 steps and minimize
their effect to make the most out of long distance cooperation.
to a study by Deloitte, as much as half of all CEOs are ...