How to Maintain Organizational Efficiency While Working from Home

by: InfoWorks

As the threat of COVID-19 sends organizations home, remote work is becoming the new normal. However, working remotely requires some major adjustments. Here are some ways that your team can maintain efficiency and stick with your strategic direction while out of the office. Determine a Work from Home Strategy Switching to a remote work setup will take some adjustment for the entire organization. Management will...

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Developing on Large Teams

by: Tim Maddux

Large development teams pose several unique challenges to Information Technology executives. This is particularly true for IT groups experiencing rampant growth due to an organization’s recent success. Corporate growing pains, coupled with a rapidly expanding technical infrastructure, can often directly impact the IT team’s efficiency and overall productivity. As a result, many IT directors recognize the importance of strategic direction within the team to support...

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Building Quality Into the Software Development Process

by: Scott Neu

In today’s ever-evolving software development world, companies across every vertical must achieve a continuous delivery model to stay ahead of technology obsolescence, as well as the industry competition. A manual testing methodology is too time intensive and prone to mistakes to keep up with an agile delivery cycle. An automated testing process is almost as mission-critical to determining strategic direction and project success as the...

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Selecting the Right Software Package Solution

by: Meredith Ficken

At some point, regardless of industry, most companies find themselves in need of a new technology solution, for a myriad of reasons. Some businesses have grown beyond their current manual techniques and require an automated process to support internal or client-facing operations. Other companies, tired of managing multiple systems across several departments, look to consolidate efforts and outputs using one centralized system. Some organizations may...

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State of Analytics in Healthcare

by: Amy Kauppila

Data analytics in virtually every operational industry is increasing. We have access to more information than ever before – and on a global scale. Our capacity to capture and store data is doubling at an exponential (and almost alarming) rate as enterprises in a diverse range of fields navigate through the process of managing huge data sets. Healthcare Companies Turning Focus to Analytics Initiatives Like...

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Successfully Navigating Through Reimbursement Changes in Healthcare

by: Raychel Enck

The last few decades have seen rampant changes in healthcare reimbursement. In 2018, healthcare spending in the U.S. skyrocketed to $3.65 trillion, firmly securing its distinction as the highest of any advanced economy. Unfortunately, these exorbitant expenditures don’t always equate to superior patient outcomes. The widening gap between the cost of care and actual care outcomes have resulted in several newly released programs and initiatives...

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Vue.js Strengths and Weaknesses

by: Kyle Weaver

Despite its relatively recent launch, Vue.js is already proving to be one of the most innovative and progressive products to hit the JavaScript market. Created by former Google employees who left the search browser giant due to conflicting interests, the Vue.js framework has earned its reputation as the industry rebel, averaging as many as 1.6 million downloads a month – and has done it without...

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Defining a New Business Model

by: Lane Newsom

When effectively implemented, your corporate business models should directly support operational functions and provide a detailed, step-by-step protocol for hitting milestone deliverables and achieving overall campaign goals. However, many organizations fail to establish a specific set of best practices for all of their primary operations and functions. Whether looking to improve results on existing (sometimes failing) initiatives or launching an entirely new strategic directive, they...

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Unleash the Benefits of Business Process Improvement

by: Dustin Wuest

For many businesses, the primary measurement of success is often continuous advancement. However, sometimes the best way to catapult your organization forward is to look back and evaluate your existing processes to identify an opportunity for workflow business process improvements. Standardized process improvement utilizes agile, iterative standards that proactively analyze and gauge a company’s current procedures, policies, and protocols to pinpoint what’s working, what isn’t,...

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8 Tips for New Developers

by: Ross Buffington

You’ve graduated with your degree or finished coding boot camp and landed your first gig as a developer – congratulations! Now what? For many new developers, the transition from learning about software coding and on-the-job application is often rife with challenges, particularly when navigating the nuances of the business world’s three C’s: co-workers, clients, and company cultures. Go into the process prepared for success with...

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