Enterprise software development is an extremely knowledge-intensive area, which requires a synergy of a diverse number of skills and competences for a project to succeed.
Despite a large part of this knowledge having been formalized and made widely available, some of the very important nuances still have to be picked up by software vendors empirically. This adds a lot of value to one's relevant hands-on experience, while, simultaneously, making it harder for businesses to control their software development contractors.Read More
While the Image Recognition technology is, generally, on the rise and finding more interesting applications currently, Image Recognition apps are seldom spoken about as an often unique means of improving the existing and enabling new production processes.
How can Image Recognition applications help one to manufacture products and produce materials?Read More
Face Recognition apps are likely to shortly impact profoundly an even greater number of industry sectors and business niches than they already have.
However, developing a robust and well-performing Face Recognition takes quite a bit of skill, knowledge and experience. Our AI Development Team has gleaned a number of interesting and valuable insights while developing a proprietary Face Recognition application for our company’s needs.Read More
Facial Recognition is making inroads into Banking, Public and Corporate Security, and even, Gambling, equipping businesses in them with better means of control and security-related customer identification.
However, Facial Recognition apps can also be used to gain valuable business insights. In this sense, they are uniquely positioned to advance the area of Non-Digital Marketing, in which meaningful innovations seem to emerge rather infrequently.Read More
Implementing the GDPR at a Software-Engineering Firm: Hands-On Measures for a Software Development Provider
The gargantuan EU software market is of the utmost importance and interest to a huge number of software vendors that are based both within and outside the EU.
In this sense, the need to comply with the requirements of the GDPR poses quite a serious challenge for such companies.
What are some of the exact measures an IT provider should take first turn in order to reduce significantly the risks, associated with the collection, usage and storage of personal data?Read More