Blog : Systems integration

Where to look for the best programmers?

There are more than a few factors that make us think American programmers are the best in the entire world, one of them is called Bill Gates. HackerRank, a platform gathering engineers from all around the globe, decided to examine their data to see which country is number one at programming, proving that an American dream is not as sweet as most people tend to think.

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How to make a client happy using MVP

We are all busy. We are all in a constant rush. No one is surprised to see the whole world looking for quick and easy solutions that will simplify our lives. Every day we can download new applications that are supposed to think, remember or count for us. There is an app that reminds you about eating your meals, another one that counts how long you brush your teeth for. The way the world runs forces us to abandon simple everyday activities so that we can keep up with everyone else. What do you think it looks like when it comes to running a business?

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Ensuring Better Quality Through Agile Testing Practices

In the software development environment, Agile has already won the race for mainstream adoption. Agile is actually all about uniting teams to achieve ultimate flexibility, transparency, simplicity, and prompt reactions to feedback throughout the whole process of development.

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The Benefits of Using Property Management Software

The article shows the ways in which property management software joins the game and changes real estate business productivity. It explains the most striking reasons why property managers need it so much today.

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The Business Benefits of IT Systems Integration

Businesses face many challenges, including insufficient financial and human resources, in addition to their changing responsibilities. However, by integrating systems, a business can do more with far fewer resources.

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Managing laziness with the best project management methodology

A human is a terribly lazy creature. At least 99% of us are lazy and I will leave it up to you to decide whether you are one of them. It’s part of human nature to be lazy. That’s why, you can either keep struggling with the fact that you don’t have wings – or you can learn to live with what you have.

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