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When to Outsource Business Analysis for Software Projects

By Darya Kazovskaja on September 22, 2015

When to Outsource Business Analysis for Software Projects

Many people think that to create a new software solution, all you need is find some programmers and tell them what to do. This opinion is especially common in small and medium-sized businesses that don’t typically deal with software projects.

Companies that have in-house development teams or specialize entirely in software development don’t think twice about hiring a business analyst. Generally speaking, larger-sized companies are well aware of the benefits they receive when a business analyst participates in a software project.

Mobile Apps for Retailers: Why a Responsive Website Is Not Enough

By Anna Rassypnova on September 8, 2015

Mobile Apps for Retailers: Why a Responsive Website Is Not Enough

For the last several years, mobile technologies have been taking over retail. As retailers master new sales and communication channels, mobile versions of websites and online stores have become commonplace. Many business owners believe that a mobile site, which allows users to easily browse the web on smartphones and tablets, is the optimal solution for merchants trying to gain a foothold in the mobile segment. However, this isn’t always the case, since mobile sites have many limitations. To achieve more impressive results, developing a mobile app may be the smartest choice. Let’s take a closer look at why and how exactly retailers can benefit from a mobile app.

How to Optimize a New Mobile Website

By Anna Rassypnova on August 18, 2015

How to Optimize a New Mobile Website

The rules have changed: mobile Internet now generates more traffic than ever and user behavior has changed dramatically, so anyone doing business online must adapt websites for mobile devices. Of course, Google did not remain aloof from this process: in April 2015, the company introduced changes in the ranking algorithm for mobile webpages. For many online marketing specialists, this was the last and most weighty argument in favor of optimizing websites for smartphones and tablets.

Creating a Mobile Website:
Top 7 Design Tips

By Anna Rassypnova on August 11, 2015

Creating a Mobile Website: Top 7 Design Tips

According to Google, mobile devices generate about half of all Internet traffic, and this figure continues to grow. What does this mean for those doing business or promoting their company online? The answer is simple: having a mobile-optimized website is becoming an absolute must have. Below, we summarized our team’s experience with creating and maintaining mobile sites and came up with 7 tips to help you create an effective solution and avoid common errors.

WWDC 2015: iOS9 Enhancements:
A Developer’s Perspective

By Anna Rassypnova on June 17, 2015

WWDC 2015: iOS9 Enhancements: A Developer’s Perspective

Apple’s WWDC has wrapped up its stage performance and media extravaganza for 2015 – which included presentations by more than 150 speakers in addition to the traditional unveiling of the latest improvements and new features coming in July to iOS9 and OS 10.11 ”El Capitan” – and in its wake the company has once again ignited excitement and interest among its loyal and growing developer community.

Android M: What Do You Need to Know?

By Anna Rassypnova on June 3, 2015

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Google I/O 2015 conference was held last week. Millions of developers, journalists, businessmen, and loyal users of Google products across the globe followed the event. However, the reviews are quite contradictory: part of the audience concluded that Google I/O 2015 was boring, while others were very much inspired by the presented information.

Augmented Reality: Does It Shift Our Expectations?

By Anna Rassypnova on April 30, 2015

Augmented Reality, or AR, is not a new trend. Since 2009, AR periodically comes into the spotlight in tech news and media, but then gives way to the other topics. However, developers’ and journalists’ interest in Augmented Reality always comes back, showing the importance of this technology.

Mobility in Logistics: Door Delivery Mobile Solutions

By Anna Rassypnova on April 15, 2015

Mobility in Logistics: Door Delivery Mobile Solutions

The growing impact of mobile connectivity and increasing demand from the omni-channel clients have encouraged many courier and delivery service providers to rethink their business strategies. These days, mobile solutions are becoming increasingly profitable. In this post, we will discuss mobile opportunities for delivery service providers, as well as our experience in mobile app development for this business segment.

Attract new customers and encourage customer loyalty? Optimize couriers’ workflows? Choose the best routes to decrease delivery time? There’s nothing impossible for the mobile apps.