Why do most software estimation projects fail? Don’t blame the technology. Poor requirements and weak leadership lead to pivots down the road that frustrate IT teams and clients. Projects succeed when developers and product owners can cohere around useful metrics to form more accurate software estimations.
What makes for effective collaboration with clients? For Carrie, Strategic Accounts Director, the key is being a good listener and leveraging the perspective gained through diverse experience. Carrie works closely with clients and staff on both sides of the Atlantic to clarify needs and deliver solutions rapidly.
Quality software solutions require maintenance — from server environment upgrades and database re-architecture to new greenfield development. How can teams best approach these scenarios to maintain momentum and optimism while enabling the business to better forecast?
Why do IT organizations find it so hard to copy the successful software companies? They try paying for the talent, copying the practices, adding foosball tables, beanbags and video games. Yet still, they create a shadow of a software culture. Why?
User requirements for modern software have grown and deepened. Increasingly businesses have adopted cloud computing to meet the demand. Yet many still question, how can a multi-tenant cloud application architecture help you increase efficiency and scale?
Cloud computing offers efficiency and the ability for deep, predictive learning. Both could play a substantial role in helping reduce administration and increase the personalization of healthcare. But, what must we overcome before we can get there?