One of the characteristics of the agile methodology, as well as a prerequisite for its introduction, are self-organizing teams that have the freedom to make project-related decisions, in which there is not much micromanagement from the superiors. Given the amount of work, and the small number of people in the department, agile was the best solution.
Here is a transcript of our GetiTalks episode in which our host Lucija Babić talked with Zijad Redžić about our rapid application development platform - FIYU. What are the main benefits of the platform? Who is it for, and who do we not recommend it to? Find out in this short video or reading transcript. […]
For many companies out there, the term outsourcing is still tabula rasa. With rapid growth of business comes the need for digital transformation, and this need exploded during 2020. Every company today is also to some extent a software development company, as their needs expanded to include implementation of some software within their organization. To […]
There are a lot -- A LOT! -- of acronyms in the digital transformation space. Two of the most common are BPM -- Business Process Management -- and RPA, or Robotic Process Automation. How are those two things similar and different?
Usually, management is making decisions based on the ROI analysis. They can’t wait for lengthy project completion cycles as it means losing to the competition. That’s why Rapid Application Development has gained popularity as it provides a way for fast-paced software development with the added advantage of reduced cost for the customer.
The on-demand economy is here to stay. In a year when we constantly discussed “The New Normal,” one of the surest parts of “The New Normal” is that we’re going to be focused on deliveries, working from home, contactless payments, and other new aspects of society for probably another 8-12 months, if not longer. Gig workers, and on-demand options, are not going anywhere.
Rapid application development (RAD) has been around in some form for decades, but it’s undergoing a renaissance right now. Under the current paradigm, it helps companies bring value to market faster. Unlike the waterfall method that we saw a lot in software development over the past 15 years, what you see with RAD is a quicker process focused on software usage and immediate feedback.
Partially because of the pandemic, and partially because of trends that were in place before the pandemic, the biggest companies in the world have been getting bigger in the past 18 months. Mid-sized and small companies, especially those that require brick-and-mortar locations to provide their services, have been struggling.