Why We Stayed Away From Fixed-Price Projects

Why We Stayed Away From Fixed-Price Projects

Let’s say a lawyer takes a client’s case for a fixed price, keeping in mind that it’s relatively simple, and it will probably take a short amount of time. But days later, new evidence comes to light, and witnesses make the case all the more complicated. Should the lawyer keep the initial price? No. In

How to manage a development team: 6 keys for success

How to manage a development team: 6 keys for success

Project management is one of the most complex responsibilities there is. A project manager is responsible for leading a project through its ideation, planning, execution, and control, to its very end. Each project is an adventure that leaves little room for boredom. To be a great project manager, you must be a good leader, coworker,

How to Face a Crisis: A Case Study

How to Face a Crisis: A Case Study

A crisis is a critical and decisive situation that endangers the growth of a project. As far as we’re concerned, when a crisis arises, the quality of service we offer our clients is at stake, so we must be careful and agile to react in the best possible way. ..

Migrating Teams from Eastern Europe to South America

Migrating Teams from Eastern Europe to South America

After weighing the pros and cons of nearshore software development, you’ve decided to migrate your team. Now, you’re probably wondering when to make the switch, how to overcome the prior team’s reaction, and where you can find some savvy new developers. Let’s find out. ..

Software Development: Eastern Europe and Asia vs Nearshore American Teams

Software Development: Eastern Europe and Asia vs Nearshore American Teams

One of the most critical things in software development projects is communication. Being able to discuss the process with our clients daily is mandatory. But effective communication requires both parties to be working during the same hours. For clients, having the dev team in a different time zone can  make the communication process more challenging.