Startups have short launchpads and high expectations. In order to lighten the yoke, many startup founders turn to outsourcing, letting a third party provider handle some aspects of the business. If you do it the "right way", you can build a very successful company that way. The right way is *not* to think of your… Continue reading How far can Outsourced Development take a Startup?
Despite the fact that Sweden has not always been a welfare state, now it is quite a stable and prosperous country with a good standard of living, a country, which is constantly developing. Let’s see how this development influences IT market, for example. Sweden is making large annual investments in education and research and it… Continue reading Tendencies of Swedish IT market
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
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?
The economy has hit everyone hard. Many companies have had to pare back departments, employees, budgets… on nearly every level. And many companies have done something no one thought they would ever do — jettison their IT departments in favor of outsourcing. On paper, it seems to make perfect sense. You have a company willing… Continue reading Some problems with IT outsourcing