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Dallas Area Java Developers are in High Demand

The North Texas tech industry is rapidly growing, creating a huge demand for talented IT professionals in every stage of […]

Beating Expectations With Customer Driven Development

Senior Software Developer, John Plaxton, explains how agile methodologies and scrum processes – combined with the implementation of Gitlab and […]

How the Pandemic Will Shape UX: 2021 and Beyond

The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted almost every system we rely on, drastically changing our behavior in every sphere of our lives. […]

How to Balance Individual Sales Performance with Team Success in Salesforce

Adopting Salesforce is more than a question of updating your sales team’s technology. It’s also a question of shifting how […]

IT Career Development Resources

IT Professionals can be paid a competitive salary and are in high demand in many sectors. However, to land a job, you’ll benefit from having experience, continuing education, and a professional network of peers and mentors.

Empowering Development through Framework-Agnostic Component Libraries

An established healthcare client was struggling to break away from the front-end framework in which their mature applications were created.

Saving $6.2 Million with Artificial Intelligence

A large printing and distribution company needed to develop a machine learning solution that optimizes the cooperative mailing program’s operations.

One Year In: Recruitment in a Remote World

Almost a year since the world was forced into a lockdown by the Coronavirus pandemic, it’s safe to say that […]

Salesforce for Insurance Agencies: What to Know before Taking the Leap

If you’ve been tasked with modernizing your insurance agency’s tech stack of improving its customer outcomes, you’ve no doubt heard […]

3 Practices to Ensure Your Org Is Always Ready for Salesforce Updates

One of the things that makes Salesforce such a powerful tool is that it’s constantly evolving. Salesforce adds new features […]

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