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Bridging the Gap Between Software Development and Marketing

Posted by Bjorn Lundberg
Nov 16, 2017 1:50:51 PM

With all of the changes and shifts in technology, has it become software as you knew it, or software as you know it? Software as a service (SaaS) tools are gaining ground against on-premise software requiring a perpetual license, according to a recent Forrester report. This report shows that SaaS budgets rose by 53 percent, while the budgets for on-premise applications dropped by 13 percent. This trend continues to accelerate, as shown by the rapidly expanding SaaS market. For example, a report in Forbes predicted that the SaaS market would reach $12 billion by the end of 2016 and $55 billion within the next 10 years. On-premise software won’t go away anytime soon, but it’s clear your SaaS budget will eventually surpass your on-premise budget.

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Topics: Nearshore Software Development, Market Requirement Document

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5 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Mexico’s Economy

Posted by Amanda Wittman
Nov 14, 2017 1:57:14 PM

Why is the nearshore market in Mexico growing so quickly? If you look at the numbers, it’s keeping pace with the growing development talent pool and the economy. The last decade has brought technological advancements to the nation and unprecedented economic growth.

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Topics: Mexico, Nearshore Software Development

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The Struggle is Real When it Comes to Software Development Staffing

Posted by Bjorn Lundberg
Nov 10, 2017 10:59:19 AM

An understaffed in-house team is one of the most common reasons for software engineering outsourcing. CompTIA, an industry trade association, conducted a survey in 2015 of almost 650 IT companies that indicates IT staffing shortages are likely to continue in the near future. The survey showed that about 20 percent of responding companies have canceled or postponed projects due to difficulties in filling technical positions. Sixty-eight percent of the respondents expected 2015 to be a challenging year for making technical hires.

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Topics: Nearshore Software Development, Software Development Team

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3 Reasons Why Mexico is the Next Silicon Valley?

Posted by Amanda Wittman
Nov 7, 2017 11:57:22 AM

Why is the nearshore development industry boom in Mexico outpacing markets in Brazil and offshore markets overseas? You don’t have to look any further than the growing technologies local consumers are investing in –and- the startups and global technology giants investing back in Mexico.

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Topics: Mexico, Nearshore Software Development

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The Clear Winner in Total Cost of Engagement is Nearshore by far…

Posted by Mitch Fraser
Nov 3, 2017 11:44:51 AM

A project requires the project manager to determine the resources that will be needed to complete the project. This process generally involves a calculation of the total cost of engagement (TCE) of the candidate service providers, which often includes the client organization's in-house staff. The project manager knows cost of the internal staff to a high degree of accuracy, although it's still necessary to estimate the cost of bringing that staff to a productive level.

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Topics: Mexico, Nearshore Software Development

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A Software Development Partner for the Long Haul

Posted by Amanda Wittman
Oct 26, 2017 10:14:57 AM

Data breaches, hacks and leaks. In a data-driven world of information, cyber security has become a mainstay. Companies all over the globe are taking measures to protect their information and that of their customers.

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Topics: Nearshore Software Development, Tripwire

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Outsourcing? Here’s What you Need to Know About Mexico’s Infrastructure First

Posted by Amanda Wittman
Oct 24, 2017 3:11:23 PM

Mexico’s Infrastructure and IT Services is rapidly expanding and doesn’t appear to be slowing down anytime soon. Mexican President, Enrique Pena Nieto, has offered ample support from the Mexican government by committing to an investment of US $300 billion on infrastructure, communications, and transportation over his six-year term, ending late next year.

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Topics: Mexico, Nearshore Software Development

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Still Outsourcing Offshore and Expecting Different Results? Insanity

Posted by Mitch Fraser
Oct 19, 2017 11:30:02 AM

Stop the madness that has become associated with offshore outsourcing. Traditional outsourcing, also known as offshoring, involves the use of outsourcers that are located on a different continent from their clients. For clients in the United States, this typically means outsourcers in India, Eastern Europe and China. However, an alternative form of outsourcing known as nearshoring involves the use of outsourcers on the same continent, often in a neighboring country.

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Topics: Mexico, Nearshore Software Development

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Here’s Why Development Talent is Growing Faster in Mexico

Posted by Amanda Wittman
Oct 17, 2017 4:29:49 PM

Looking to outsource development talent? Then you are probably already aware of the talent gap in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) here in the United States, right?

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Topics: Nearshore Software Development

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Thinking of Switching to an Outsourced Software Development Partner?

Posted by Bjorn Lundberg
Oct 12, 2017 3:14:31 PM

Outsourcing is currently experiencing rapid growth, especially in software engineering. Client and service providers are seeking to strengthen their relationship with each other to obtain greater business value from outsourced engineering services. ISG reports that the total spend on engineering services was $930 billion in 2012, which is expected to reach $1.4 trillion by 2020. These figures represent a growth rate of 50 percent over eight years, and the spend on outsourced engineering services is expected to be more than three times that rate in the same period of time.

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Topics: Mexico, Nearshore Software Development

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