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What you do is not who you are! However, who you are really can shape what you do and how you conduct yourself in business. I am excited to go to work everyday and I want my clients to feel excited about doing business with me. Personal Accountability is paramount to your personal and business success. Say what you are going to do and then do what you said you would do and you have already outperformed 90% of your peers. It is not the 1 or 2 "big" things that you do that make you a success, it is the 1,000 little things that you do and do well that differentiate from the "pack". philwiseman@analyticsthatprofit.com

3 Reasons Nearshore IT works for Product Development

2021-09-20T14:01:54+00:00September 20, 2021|

When it comes to product development, companies can take several approaches to expand their development practices. Some of the most common strategies that companies deploy include hiring more personnel, outsourcing to an offshore provider, and outsourcing to a nearshore provider. Each method has its pros and cons but working with [...]

Using Nearshore IT as a Solution to Technical Debt

2021-09-20T13:58:06+00:00September 20, 2021|

With many organizations implementing software development strategies like agile and DevOps, companies deploy software at incredibly rapid speeds. Although this has a host of benefits, many organizations are optimizing for speed instead of quality, and this has resulted in the rise of a phenomenon called technical debt. With companies accumulating [...]

Leveraging nearshore IT in custom product development

2021-09-10T16:58:13+00:00August 30, 2021|

Custom product development is the backbone of satisfying clients for modern enterprises. The modern client wants products that are tailored to their needs in addition to customers. Companies that are developing custom products need to personalize products in nearly every stage of development to meet customer demands. There are several [...]

IT Outsourcing for Cloud Computing

2021-09-10T16:58:42+00:00August 30, 2021|

Cloud computing is the backbone of the modern enterprise. In 2020, cloud computing alone generated over $300 billion for businesses and more growth is expected over the next few years. Companies of all sizes are considering migrating to cloud applications and cloud infrastructures to improve their cybersecurity while enabling their [...]

How Does The Software Development Process Work?

2021-09-13T13:14:50+00:00August 30, 2021|

Managers and executives alike know about the power of incorporating software into their core operations. Although many businesses know software can help scale their business, the development process still seems very vague. Incorporating the right software into your business can help reduce costs, automate manual processes, and improve productivity. In [...]

Is Nearshore IT part of your staff augmentation strategy?

2021-09-13T13:06:59+00:00August 30, 2021|

The pandemic has caused a dramatic shift in how businesses approach hiring due to the rapid transition to remote work. Businesses of all sizes have started to heavily leverage staff augmentation to become more agile and to help meet their own business objectives. In fact, the IT staff augmentation market [...]

Nearshore IT Teams: Should You Outsource?

2021-07-23T16:39:56+00:00July 23, 2021|

With the rapid transition to remote work, many companies have started to explore outsourcing parts of their software development to 3rd party teams. Although outsourcing can be extremely beneficial to many companies, finding the right IT partner remains a big challenge. The majority of companies look towards two types of [...]

Technical Debt: Definition, Impact and Best Practices

2021-09-07T17:14:07+00:00July 6, 2021|

With the rise of software development processes like Agile and Scrum, many startup and established development teams are optimizing for speed in the software development process. Although speed of development is important to reduce time to market and get feedback, it can be accompanied with lower quality code. This phenomenon [...]

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