The digital age has changed customer behavior forever. They have no patience with 9 to 5 and they’re shredding the concept of after-hours and weekends. They have a voice, and that voice demands to be heard whenever, wherever. Working hours, what’s that? Banks—previously such strict observers of “working hours” all over the globe—have risen to… Continue reading What to Outsource in the 24×7 Marketing Age
Among posts published in our blog, there are many about CMSs: Umbraco, Joomla, Drupal, Magento, WordPress etc. But one that slipped under our attention is Sitecore CMS. What is Sitecore? Sitecore is software Development Company that provides enterprise website, intranet, portal and marketing automation software. Sitecore offers two major products: CMS and its fully integrated… Continue reading A short review of Sitecore CMS
The practice of renting virtualised pools of servers and storage over the net is known as infrastructure as a service (IaaS), and is the most popular class of cloud service available today. But most businesses are only making limited use of IaaS, with the majority restricting their use to spinning up application development and test environments… Continue reading Five ways to use the cloud and stumbling blocks along the way
When looking for a suitable web framework you could definitely come across - Symfony and Yii – top PHP frameworks. But what to choose? Most interviewed developers prefer Symfony than Yii. Let’s see why. Code maintenance and management. I believe there is no problem to create a code from the very beginning. Still when it… Continue reading Symfony or Yii…What to choose?
Every now and then it happens that customers and software development vendors stop understanding each other which leads to wasteful argues, mutual accusations and can even end with the complete project crash. By the nature of the profession I constantly work somewhere in between the client side and the programmers’ one. Basing on this experience… Continue reading Tips to the Customers of Software Development Services Or How to Turn the Cooperation into a Win-Win Game?