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Innovation? Budget Cuts? Both?

As we wrap up November, we’re also getting toward the end of budget-planning season. (I know not every company works on a calendar fiscal year, but for a lot of us, Oct./Nov. is when we plan out budget allocations for the next fiscal year). We’re sorting out what we want... Read More

5 Software Developer Red Flags to Watch Out For

If you know what to look for, you can spot a shoddy developer early on. Learn how to recognize software developer red flags! Read More

Is Your Software Idea a Product or a Feature?

A feature is short-lived and easily absorbed by competitors. A product can stand alone and can weather copycats. Is your software idea a product or a feature? Read More

5 Reasons to Press Pause on a Software Development Project

Remember the Staples “EASY” button? We like to joke that during the software design and development process, there should be a similar button handy. Except instead of saying EASY, it would say PAUSE. During software creation, it’s easy to lose sight of the forest for the trees. Both the tiny... Read More

Do They Love You? Building a Software MLP

There’s no easy way to say it – most software development standards are far too low. In lean software development (a methodology designed to minimize company waste and maximize customer value), the minimum viable product (MVP) is the goal. Minimum viable product refers to building the app or software such... Read More

Is Your Software Development Timeline Off Track? How to Know.

Software projects, whether built in-house or by a development partner, often run long. Not only does this usually equate to a more expensive product, a delayed project can mean being beaten to market by a competitor. Poor planning that prolongs software development timelines is costly and can be a reason... Read More

Skimp on Software Maintenance? Only If You’re Willing to Pay the Price

Software success is a long game. No app or software product is flashy, anticipated, or popular enough to overcome failure to maintain. Failure to maintain occurs when developers don’t respond to (or predict and prevent) bugs, reported issues, operating system updates, and other things that degrade the user experience. Poor... Read More

How to Vet Software Development Bids (Even When They’re All Over the Place)

Software development bids can be all over the place from very low to very high. Find out why and get tips for vetting partners. Read More

Stop! Startups, Read This Before You Hire a CTO

Don't fall prey to the common misconception that a tech startup should hire a CTO first or even early on. Instead, there are more tactical, effective hires to make well before a CTO. Read More

Is a Software Development Request for Proposal the Way to Start My Project?

Is a software development request for proposal or request for quote better? Or is there a third option that saves money, reduces risk, and increases chances of success? Read More

Why Your Software Project Will Take Too Long

Is your company embarking on a software project and planning to handle it in-house? There are some things you should be aware of, namely that your software project is almost guaranteed to take too long. If Benjamin Franklin had been born about 300 years later, he’d have amended his list... Read More

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