White label software – a product or service produced by one company which other organisations can purchase and rebrand – can add value to a company. As less time is invested in development or production from scratch, companies can concentrate on optimising the software. This also keeps costs down as white labels are a fraction […]
Posted on 31st May 2017 in Tech.
To modernise or not, that is the question. A difficult decision for any company, upgrades can be costly and are not always considered necessary if the legacy software is fully functioning. However, there are many factors to address when assessing whether a company should opt for a modern software package over its existing legacy model. […]
Posted on 30th May 2017 in Tech.
Outsourcing software development has proven to be a popular option for companies worldwide. Boasting a number of benefits, outsourcing solutions is now more often than not chosen over in-house development.
Posted on 8th May 2017 in Tech.
Bespoke software allows companies to design technology to suit their business. By choosing to have a bespoke software developed over a generic commercial package, a company will experience plentiful benefits. This includes; a greater influence over the features, an evolving software which mirrors the changing needs of a company, plus continual expert advice and support […]
Posted on 27th March 2017 in Tech.
Apple has confirmed it is working an autonomous car. Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of England has suggested that robots could take up to 15 million jobs. There is only one thing for it, says the boss a software services company, re-training, and on a massive scale.
Time may be running out for the desktop PC, as a new wave of young workers look set to condemn the 40-year-old tech to the disposal experts when they enter the workplace, according to new research.
The White House has found a way to open up the iconic building to the whole nation this festive season, through innovative technology and interactive storytelling.
A new report suggests that by 2050 virtual reality, AI and augmented reality will totally disrupt the shopping experience.
Skyscanner, that most elusive of British techs, a unicorn, has been sold, is this a triumph of British entrepreneurism, or yet another example of a British company selling out before it can conquer the world?