Building great software platforms and applications require detailed planning, execution, and validation. Outsourcing software development increases the risk of the projects even further. A methodical due diligence on vendor selection, project management, and communication increases the potential for success. If you are thinking about outsourcing a software work, you should read this due diligence checklist on outsourcing software projects.
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If you are considering an external vendor for your software projects, make sure to follow this due diligence list. This is not just to protect your investment, but to finish your project on time within budget every time. This whitepaper and template will show you how to avoid the main pitfalls when you are getting your mobile apps developed by a freelance developer. This is what we learned in working on 200+ mobile app projects with our clients and our developers.
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Building your application is only part of the challenge. Your application needs to go through a systematic testing process to make sure it is successful in the marketplace. Get this ultimate guide for entrepreneurs and project managers who are tasked with success of a web application project. Learn things like how to do user testing cost-effectively, different testing tools for entrepreneurs and how to avoid mistakes by inexperienced project managers.
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Factors such as Mergers and Acquisitions, business expansion, globalization, and a growing and diverse customer base require companies to implement increasingly complex software architecture with the help of Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) solutions. In this regard, Ab Initio, classically an ETL vendor, has gradually emerged as a strong player in the application integration spectrum with its wide range of enterprise scale, mission-critical applications. This white paper discusses how Ab Initio facilitates successful Enterprise Application Integration.
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Algorithms have become such a common feature in the trading landscape that it is unthinkable for a broker not to offer them because that is what clients demand. Algorithmic trading, or computer-directed trading, cut down transaction costs and allows investment managers to take control of their own trading processes. This paper discusses the key effect that the rise in the use of algorithms has on the trading environment, fund managers, and buy-side traders, as well as on integration issues, build or not to build. The paper also discusses the emerging algorithmic trading trends.
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