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IT Service Provider – Trusted Technology Partner

14 July 2017

Over a period of several years now, the image of IT service providers has undergone a clear change. They used to be mere contractors, responsible for undertaking specific tasks and nothing more, whether it was the implementation of a dedicated system or, for example, the addition of technological competences to the client’s team using the […]

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Reduce uncertainty in business

27 June 2017

Global competition, the dynamically changing rules of the market, where conditions are increasingly dictated by startups, as well as phenomena such as the shorter product life cycle, the quest for innovation, and the need to respond immediately to change and customer expectations – all challenges which the entrepreneurs of today must face. The current economic […]

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IT outsourcing helps companies solve their recruitment issues

07 June 2017

During conversations with my clients, I have heard many times that running the recruiting process by yourself is much more efficient because it allows you to find suitable candidates and generate fewer costs than in the systematic outsourcing of specialists. But can we be sure? In my experience and having analyzed cases in which I […]

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IT Outsourcing Agreements Under the Magnifying Glass

29 May 2017

Agreements in general are concluded for both sides so they simply know what, why and with whom they do business, as well as other details like the date, location and price. We use plenty of different types of agreements on a daily basis, usually informally and without writing them down. Buying food or clothes, asking […]

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The Industry 4.0 – new generation of Smart Factories

18 April 2017

In 1990 Detroit, USA, was one of the economic centers of the world. At that time, the value of the top three companies in the automotive sector was estimated at $36 billion. Within a quarter of a century, most of Detroit’s factories had shut down, and the city had lost half its population, gaining only […]

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Technological debt – everything you need to know

14 March 2017

Sometimes there comes a date which must be circled on the calendar. It looks different for different people: for a programmer it can be a “spaghetti code” where it is necessary to add a new feature, and for an IT Director it will be the need to implement a new tool and integrate it with […]

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