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Nowadays, a lot of software development companies prefer using Agile Software development methodology. This is because of its success in satisfying most client needs. It provides a consistent approach to design and software development. The Agile approach helps...
The benefits of utilizing an IT managed service provider for the modern enterprise go beyond saving money, time and complications driven by the lack of specialized technology resources. Allowing an information technology managed service provider to manage some or all of your IT work effort mitigates risk and dead weight loss associated with allocating internal unspecialized resources to projects outside of their skillset. As technology continues to evolve at an exponential pace, The Next Idea Technology team has the experience, knowledge and forward thinking mentality to keep you ahead of the business digital transformation curve.
Ever see that perfect sofa or a coffee table that has all the attributes, the color, the size, the price, but you can’t buy it yet before showing it to your better half? And just when you pull out the page in front of that significant other to get their assent, there is no Wi-Fi and you’ve just run out of mobile data? Yeah, we’ve all been there!
In our previous article Your Web Page on their home screen: The Power of Progressive Web Apps, we discussed what Progressive Web Apps (PWA) are, what features make them desirable and what components make up a PWA.
Now, let’s talk about what ingredients, behind the scenes, that make that magic happen and how does each of those components play their specific part in running a PWA.
In today’s business-oriented world, problem-solving is an important skill to have. Although many successful business owners like Richard Branson or Elon Musk have it, this skill is applicable in other, not strictly leadership-oriented jobs. Software development is one of them.
Developing an approach based on business-solving steps in software development increases the odds of creating a solution that will satisfy both customer’s needs and decision maker’s requirements.
The paradigm shift from on-premise enterprise software to software-as-a-service (SaaS) and cloud-hosted applications has happened with remarkable speed across much of the industry. Yet there are still many businesses who are resistant to cloud/SaaS infrastructure.They may feel that switching to the cloud is risky, or represents too large an investment in time, training, or resources upfront. But the fact is that cloud-hosted SaaS solutions can actually save businesses time and money, and provide a significant ongoing ROI.
What makes us different from other custom software development firms? Our forward-thinking strategies keep 55% of our clients coming back with new projects. We like this statistic since it shows both our quality of work and our clients’ satisfaction, two aspects of a B2B agency that Clutch rewards. Therefore, it makes us so excited to announce that Clutch recently published a rankings report for development companies in Massachusetts, and we are featured as a leader!
In no sphere of life is the adage that you get what you pay for truer than in software development. Turns out that the adage is no respecter of persons (or brands). Even large corporations like the Boeing Company have to deal with the after‑effects of “cheap” software.
Are you looking to get a new website for your company and have some questions about web development and design? Do you wonder what the difference is between development and design? Do terms like UI/UX confuse you? You’re in the right place. Just keep reading. Why is...