New home, same enthusiasm!

For years now, organizations have depended on skilled technicians to repair equipment and engage with customers in the field. While these technicians would usually be the customer would have to an organization, their skills, processes, and systems were not really considered crucial to the company’s revenue generation. Until recently, in fact, many technicians, or teams of field service agents were merely thought of as costs that needed to be paid. Even so, like other areas in the organization, such “cost centers”, too, must learn to innovate and discover additional opportunities to boost revenue.

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How to build self-sustaining teams in the era of the great resignation

We’re in the midst of a peculiar labor market phenomenon rightly labelled as the Great Resignation which started in the US and spread worldwide. Driven by the increased demand for labor fueling the thriving job market and causing employees to quit in search of greener pastures.
The Great Resignation has created quite the stir wherein companies are struggling to retain talent while the recruitment engine has gone in an overdrive.

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User Persona Driven UX Design for the win

Have you noticed anything in common with the most frequently used apps on your mobile?
Besides boasting a powerful algorithm that keeps you hooked, I am sure you’ll agree that all these apps have a beautiful user interface and a pleasant user experience as well!
The inference is that be it an enterprise solution or a consumer-facing one, having a bad UI/UX design is non-acceptable for today’s user.

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Four Reasons Why Flutter is Better Than React Native

The importance of developing cross-platform mobile apps can’t be overlooked today, especially when the resulting app needs to be speedily tested and released simultaneously for multiple devices. Additionally, platform-agnostic programming languages make it possible to speed up development times and reduce the time-to-market for applications, putting businesses in a highly competitive sphere.
In such a scenario, two programming languages seem to be competing for the top spot: Flutter and React Native. Both of these languages don’t care for the platform of development, are fast, and provide a range of high-utility tools to the developer.

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7 things to keep in mind while building software for the consumer IoT domain

Whether you’re a tech person or not, I am sure you’ve come across the term IoT. IoT has gained a lot of popularity in the past decade or so owing to the dawn of ‘smart’ appliances. Be it home lighting or tiffin boxes, everything today has a smart edge.

IoT devices are incomplete without a software solution to manage and operate them!

Here are 7 vital things to keep in mind while building software for the consumer IoT domain

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Why choose Flutter to build your next enterprise mobile app

Flutter App Development is gaining ground rapidly to build enterprise-grade cross-platform apps. Some of the major reasons for its growing popularity among developers and entrepreneurs include robust backing from Google and a thriving developer community.

Join Flutter Pro Aditya Nandedkar as he explores why Flutter makes for an ideal choice for your next mobile app.

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Methodologies, Maturity and Science to Deliver Predictable Outcomes

Coming to business settings, where much is at stake day-in and day-out, we realized there is a lot of unpredictability

How to ensure predictability in outcomes irrespective of a hundred moving pieces?

Going by our experience, we have found that the answer lies in 3 words- Methodologies, Maturity, and Science!

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Working in a small team gives you good exposure

Why You Should Work In a Smaller Team?

Teamwork and collaboration is an inevitable part of working in any organization. When it comes to team size, advantages of small teams are numerous. Author Jacob Morgan explores the research around Why Smaller Teams Are Better Than Larger Ones in his Forbes article. Here, our focus is to explore the advantages of small teams and why you should work in a smaller team. Let’s dive in!

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