Category Archives: Software Outsourcing

Keeping Track of What the Online Community is Saying About You

Are you tracking the mentions that your company gets on websites, blogs, and online news sources?  Tracking online mentions is a fantastic way to quickly understand what the public as a whole is responding to about your business.  The problem … Continue reading

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Take a Hint from Google – Your Customers Love Web Apps

The reason just about everyone in the world is enamored by Google is because of their innovative web apps that make life a whole lot easier. Google is constantly cooking up something new and innovative in their top-secret labs. Take … Continue reading

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Are You Getting Enough Leisure Time?

A press release published by the OPEN from American Express talks about a recent study that says 81% of small business owners are satisfied with the amount of leisure time they get.  Are you one of them?  These stats seem … Continue reading

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3 Custom Software Ideas to Drive Your Business Forward

There are a lot of prepackaged software solutions on the market today, but no company is exactly like your business.  Oftentimes, conforming to prepackaged software means not being as innovative as you’d like to be with your information.   Here are … Continue reading

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Outsourcing to Eastern Europe Expected to Grow 28% over the next 3 years

Eastern Europe has become a place of key interest for those looking to outsource software development. Not only is there a large population of tech-savvy developers, but the price is right and the culture of US and Eastern Europe is … Continue reading

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