Back in the days of old, before Panda, Penguin, and now Hummingbird, Google’s PageRank formula sifted through and served up relevant, quality content to its users helping them find what they needed quickly and efficiently. As the web has grown, and websites have become a better marketing tool than ever, the space has become competitive […]
To compete in today’s economy, every business must become a digital business. And while consumers appreciate the convenience, the cost involved with digitizing everything is a significant burden to bear on the business owner. So how do companies afford top-notch software development? They outsource it.
Emerging Technologies in Web Development
A frequently cited study conducted by Citrix in 2012 revealed that the majority of Americans are hazy on what exactly cloud computing is, how it works, and who is using it. For example, while most people in the study thought they didn’t use cloud computing, a full 95% actually did, many on a daily basis. Most business […]
Organizations are operating smoother with the advent of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Business’ new processes and procedures allow customers to manage content more easily, particularly with methods and strategies. Savvy businesses are using web content management systems (CMS) to ensure that websites and blog content is refreshed, organized, and preformatted. This ensures a seamless user […]
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software integrates departments in complex businesses to streamline information and tasks company-wide. Coordinating human resources, accounting, manufacturing, project management and sales on a single platform can help businesses strategize and effectively manage resources.
OpenMath was an innovator in the online education space when the vertical was still in its infancy. Their open source IMathAS platform enabled online math assessment and course management for a large and growing number of students at all levels of study. Schools, instructors, and students all liked the ease-of-use and the accuracy of results, […]
When you break it down, software is just line after line of code. And any developer can tell you that writing the code to structure software is just the beginning of the job.