As VP of Operations at BairesDev, Damián is responsible for the entire customer relations life-cycle, safeguarding the company’s operations.
The concept of digital acceleration (clearly a child of digital transformation) has grown exponentially in the past couple of weeks. Nothing unexpected, considering the huge demand for technology solutions that the novel coronavirus pandemic generated on a worldwide scale. Nonetheless, as most businesses moved digital transformation to the top of their to-do list, many have stumbled upon the harsh reality of technology adoption: It takes crucial know-how to do it right.
Working with software development companies has become one clear long-term solution for this dilemma. The industry knowledge, expertise and technology capabilities they bring to the table often just can’t be matched by in-house operations. And, what’s more, outsourcing IT services has proven to be a faster and more cost-effective way of developing high-quality products, even in industries as
CEO and Founder of Qulix Systems, a software development company rendering its services globally for over 20 years.
As a very unique year slowly comes to an end, experts are here again to predict the most promising trends in the app development industry. In this article, we will discuss the cutting-edge software technologies, programming languages and other areas that I believe are going to gain more power in the software industry battle next year.
1. Native App Development
It’s no surprise that this approach will gain momentum, especially in the banking/fintech industry, multimedia products and other areas with increased demand for flawless performance on mobile devices, reliability, quality and security. Native development provides enhanced user experience and outstanding performance when these parameters are a priority.
2. The Internet Of Things
The rise of IoT is not going to stop in 2021. Smart home systems, Bluetooth trackers, car
The custom applications development service market size is poised to grow by USD 26.74 billion during 2020-2024, progressing at a CAGR of over 7% throughout the forecast period, according to the latest report by Technavio. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment. The report also provides the market impact and new opportunities created due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Download a Free Sample of REPORT with COVID-19 Crisis and Recovery Analysis.
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Technavio has announced its latest market research report titled Global Custom Application Development Service Market 2020-2024 (Graphic: Business Wire)
The demand for cloud-based services is increasing among small- and medium-sized enterprises as they offer advantages such as ease of access, flexibility, cost-effectivity, and security. Therefore, vendors in the market are offering cloud-based application services that simplify
The demand for mobile applications across all the industries has gone through the roof over the past few years. In the age of digitization, mobile apps have become more of a necessity for businesses across the globe. As businesses are becoming increasingly dependent and reliant on mobile apps, it is obvious that the competition would try to edge each other out using innovative mobile app technologies.
One such technology is Chatbots, which has made the waves and established its dominance as an important feature to have in a mobile app. Not only do chatbots make the user experience seamless for the consumers, but also increase the operational efficiency of businesses who are running the app.
Equipped with the power of AI and machine learning, chatbots have evolved over time and are now one of the most important technologies in existence for eCommerce and mobile applications. As chatbots continue to evolve
London, UK, Oct. 13, 2020 — Detego, the leading RFID (Radio-frequency identification) SaaS (software as a service) provider for the retail industry, is working with Microsoft as they continue to develop their cloud-hosted RFID platform.
The Detego platform is an end-to-end solution used by several global retailers in over 2,000 stores, warehouses and factories which accurately tracks products and digitises processes from source to store. Joining Microsoft’s FastTrack and co-sponsorship programmes will allow Detego to accelerate the deployment of its advanced “smart features” that sets its solution apart such as automated planograms and in-store “Money Mapping.”
Detego has been developing and delivering its platform to global retailers for over ten years. During those years, Detego has trail-blazed, being one of the first platforms to move to the cloud and the first to adopt the SaaS model that is now common. In that time, more use cases for RFID have become
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AdaCore, a trusted provider of software development and verification tools, today announced that HITACHI Rail STS (Signaling and Transportation Systems) has selected AdaCore’s GNAT Pro Ada development environment targeting ARM processors for the modernization of its CSD (Calculator of Available Safety) rail safety platform, to ensure the safe circulation of trains on railway lines and metro networks.
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Technical challenges of modernization
In March 2017, HITACHI Rail STS rolled out the interlocking management system of the Gare de Lyon in Paris as part of a renovation project commissioned by the French national rail company SNCF. The system, supported by a single safety platform, commands 170 switches, 115 light signals and 800 routes at any time and simultaneously, and thus requires a secure, reliable platform.
In 2018, facing the problem of obsolete equipment
Even when leaders proclaim in their townhalls that your organization needs to be more agile and nimble, they can’t mandate it. Your CIO and IT leaders may standardize on practices, metrics, and responsibilities that they describe as agile methodology standards, but they can’t dictate that everyone adopts agile cultures and mindsets.
You can select agile tools, automate more with devops practices, and enable citizen data science programs, but you can’t force adoption and demand employee happiness. IT operations may operate a hybrid multicloud architecture, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that costs are optimized or that infrastructure can scale up and down auto-magically.
So, if you were looking to quickly standardize your agile processes, or to miraculously address technical debt by shifting to agile architectures, or to instantly transform into an agile way of working, then I am sorry to disappoint you. Agility doesn’t come free, cheap, or easily. You can’t
Acquia’s senior director of product and community development talks about the final push to release Drupal 9 amidst the sudden shift to remote work and offers advice for working from home and managing remote teams.
What’s it like to push out a major software release when your dev team is suddenly thrust into a remote working environment? On this installment of
, I talk with Angela Byron, senior director of product and community development, with Acquia and co-author of the book “Using Drupal,” about how Acuqia made the final push to release Drupal 9 with a team that had to work from home because of COVID-19. As Byron is also a developer who’s worked remotely for years and managed distributed teams, she shares her insights on navigating the post-pandemic world where more people are working remotely. The following is a transcript of our interview, edited for readability.