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10 Tips How to Successfully Manage Outsourced Projects

Software outsourcing has been one of the hottest development trends recently. In 2018, the global market value rose to 85.6 billion dollars. Outsourcing is popular among big corporations and small businesses alike – product owners hire testing and development specialists overseas and cooperate remotely. Key reasons: why companies are outsourcing At first glance, this growth …

Budget With Float Scope Contract Type

Much has been about the contract types, differences between them, and their pros and cons. XB Software advised on what contract type – Time & Materials (T&M) or Fixed Price (FP)- would better suit your project and thoroughly explained why in this article. Still, T&M and FP contacts don’t appeal to all clients, although they …

Increasing Customer Satisfaction With DHTMLX Scheduler [Practical Examples]

Every person wants to be sure about tomorrow. Unexpected events that break the usual course of things can have significant financial and even mental consequences. In a rapidly moving world, it’s barely possible to keep in mind all upcoming business meetings, medical appointments, birthdays, and tons of other events. Therefore, the need for reliable scheduling …

Expert Tips to Grow Your Startups

Growing your business is so hard. So let’s face it. In the beginning, it takes considerable effort, such as dealing with sales and marketing, understanding taxes and corporate compliance, interacting with customers on a daily basis, and so much more. The success of your startup depends upon the various methods that can be used to …

React Native for Mobile Development. Killing Two Birds With One Stone

In recent years, cross-platform mobile development has become an excellent alternative to native mobile applications both for developers and clients of software companies. The thing is that if you decide to choose a native mobile app, you’ll have to deal with all the consequences of creating separate applications for each target platform. The approach has …