Offshore software development is increasingly in vogue. It is, generally, regarded as a great way to find the software development expertise one cannot find locally, while also being able to cut down on one’s development costs.
However, relatively few companies that outsource their software development offshore outsource their related Business Analysis needs as well.
What are the potential benefits of outsourcing one’s Business Analysis needs offshore? How should that be done? And when can that be a rewarding move?Read More
Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics have created numerous exciting opportunities, disrupting a range of industries and business niches.
AI in Telecom is a relative newcomer, but, already at this point, there are numerous applications of Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics in the Telco sector that allow Telecom companies to not only provide more reliable service more cost-efficiently, but also to find new, meaningful revenue sources.Read More
System Integration is an extremely complicated and effort-intensive process, especially, if more than two enterprise-grade systems are integrated. The conventional Business Analysis means, often, fall short in the latter case, and the need to capture the multiple complex system integration processes turns into a real challenge.
Being a team that has been engaged in the provision of Telecom system integration services for a very long time, we’ve devised a proprietary BA tool that has helped us optimize the system integration process very significantly.Read More
Nearshore software development has been on the rise and favored by many Western companies over the more remote software outsourcing options.
Is nearshore always synonymous with the best software outsourcing arrangement, or are there just some specific business situations when it can really outperform the other popular types of software outsourcing?Read More
QA and software testing outsourcing can be hugely helpful if you are a non-IT company developing your software product in-house.
Often, it doesn’t just make sense for such companies to go to the trouble of setting up an in-house QA and testing process.
However, many non-IT companies have no idea about how QA outsourcing should be approached correctly.Read More