When you have an innovative idea that you’re excited about putting into the market, building the solution becomes an all-consuming mission. While you can always go with ‘insourcing’, the usual business practice to get your start-up off the ground, the economically wiser choice is usually outsourcing. From access to multidisciplinary expertise to the assurance of deadlines being met, the advantages of outsourcing are many. This article takes a look at why you should consider outsourcing the product development of your next big idea.Read more
The McKinsey Global Institute estimates that the transportation-and-warehousing industry has the third-highest automation potential of any sector. But automation is not limited to the workflows in warehouses – logistics companies are realizing that they can change the way goods flow across all modes of transportation as well. In this blog, let’s take a closer look at how automation can revolutionize different areas in the industry.Read more
Although you might not associate farming with digital technologies, over the past few years, technology has been procing itself a worthy ally to the farming industry. Here is the story of how an aquafarm was able to become more efficient and manage their fish tanks better using a software solution.Read more
No code software development is all the rage these days. Here’s an in-depth look into what it means, what you can build using it, what some of the pros and cons are, and the all-important question – will it replace professional coders some day?Read more
Several challenges can crop up during a software product development cycle. Some are technical. Some are cultural. Most of them are unexpected. Even the most well-planned software development projects can be riddled with challenges that cannot be solved with technical prowess alone. The solution usually takes a creative, unconventional approach to problem-solving.
This blog illustrates one such instance that Experion faced during a recent software development project.Read more
According to UNESCO nearly 1.5 billion children and youth are out of school post the COVID-19 outbreak across 165 countries. With most offices having moved to work-from-home options and the ever-increasing unemployment rates, the online learning rate is going to grow exponentially among the working class too. With the COVID-19 threat still looming, there is […]Read more