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Let your employees play. Gamification tips for enterprise software

Mar 02, 2016 by Petr Kudlacek
Let your employees play. Gamification tips for enterprise software
Have you ever heard of such a notion as gamification? It became increasingly popular to gamify work processes. It is done to really make employees work harder and intensify their working motivation. So what is Gamification’s true potential? Does your company need it? Let’s try to find out.

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How to Choose the Right People to the Team

How to Choose the Right People to the Team

Hiring the right people for your team is one of the most important aspects of any project. Have you ever hired someone who has performed below your expectations? I wouldn't be surprised if you have. We've all done it! In our last newsletter we looked at Project Management in Software Outsourcing and discussed how a good vendor is important to start with. In this newsletter, we'll look at how we hire the team members to ensure we provide the best services possible as a vendor.
Oct 13, 2014 by Petr Kudlacek | Post a Comment
Project Management in Software Outsourcing

Project Management in Software Outsourcing

Project management – some people have a natural talent for it and others don't. My years of experience in the software development industry have taught me that control is essential. You can't handle software development projects in the same way you would any other in-house project. Project management of an outsourced software project takes an understanding of the project at hand, the timeline in which each milestone should be completed as well as the essential function of the software itself.
Oct 06, 2014 by Petr Kudlacek | Post a Comment
How to Get Better User Experience Design for Software

How to Get Better User Experience Design for Software

Have you ever used software and felt completely frustrated by it? I have, and I always wonder what they were thinking when they created it. Did they not realize a real human being was going to be using it? There are a number of reasons why user experience is important and it's vital that user experience is part of the process in every aspect of development. Every interaction a user has with the software is part of the experience and if it is a negative one, they will quickly stop using it or begin complaining about, which can mean the end of the software all together.
Sep 30, 2014 by Petr Kudlacek | Post a Comment
Avoiding the Big Mistakes Made in Outsourcing Software Development

Avoiding the Big Mistakes Made in Outsourcing Software Development

Software is necessary to any business. Good software can help the company to operate easier and engage the consumer. Since the majority of companies do not have a software development team on staff, outsourcing software development is a common practice. However, when outsourcing such an important task, there is the possibility for problems to arise in the relationship. For example, the client (you) may have the sense that the software should have a certain look or feel look or feel a certain way, while the software development firm has another idea. Without putting certain precautionary factors in place, I do not feel you will ever overcome these sorts of problems.
Sep 25, 2014 by Petr Kudlacek | Post a Comment
User Interface Rules – Developing Software That Wins Consumer Confidence and Loyalty

User Interface Rules – Developing Software That Wins Consumer Confidence and Loyalty

No program, app or software suite can win big if confident, loyal consumers do not adopt it. There’s no getting around that. While there are myriad elements in building quality software (from functionality to advanced features not available with the competition), the most important thing is the user interface. If the interface is clumsy, overly complicated or just downright ugly, you can expect consumers to run away rather than embrace your new offering.
Sep 16, 2013 by Natalia Chumakova | Post a Comment