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Educating Clients On Emerging Technologies

Every client comes to the table with different challenges. As a software development company, it’s our job to keep up with the latest changes in the tech sector and help educate them. Read more

How Artificial Intelligence is Boosting Mobile App Development

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is about pattern recognition and develops its pattern recognition skills through machine learning (repetition over time). AI can recognize patterns in data, words, phrases, and images. Moreover, it can even pick out the habits of the human user from the data it collects. Read more

How Mobile Devices Have Become Our Primary Computer

We have a world of information available at our fingertips thanks to an increasing number of people using mobile devices.  It’s time to accept that mobile devices are now our primary computer. Here’s why: Read more

How to Improve Safety Programs with Custom Software Applications

Incident reporting, safety processes and alerting environmental issues don’t need to be confined to spreadsheets and lengthy forms anymore. A customized app will allow you to do it all in a much more effective way, as well as attend other needs that your company may have in order to improve your existing safety program. With the use of a custom mobile application, HSE managers can remotely monitor the status of safety activities, take action and use reporting tools to examine trends. Read more

5 Reasons Why Mobile Apps Are Revolutionizing The Construction Industry

Thanks to mobile devices, contractors can capture and manage data more easily, and, with the help of a construction management app, use this data in order to increase productivity. Mobile apps can be a wealth of knowledge right in people’s back pocket, so here are 5 reasons why mobile apps are transforming the construction industry:

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How Micromanagement Kills Your Software Development Company

If you have to hire someone to work for you, either you don’t know how to do the person’s job or you don’t have time for that. So why would you try to micromanage someone if you don’t have the knowledge or the time to make it happen?

When talking about software development companies the question gets even funnier: Are you gonna teach your developer how to code or are you gonna spend your precious time checking if the developer is using spaces or tabs for code indentation? Read more