Nearsurance: Find out What Strypes’ Unique Outsourcing Model Can do for Your Business
Dealing with the inefficiencies of outsourcing was a challenge that we at Strypes took and transformed into our model called Nearsurance. It combines the benefits of nearshoring with easy communication and quality assurance by being present at the client’s location. The word outsourcing is often associated with low costs and while this is true, Nearsurance is mostly focused on increasing productivity, delivering the highest quality of work, and pushing the boundaries of IT.
Choosing Software Development as a Service? Yes, please.
Choosing a software development services partner gives businesses new opportunities to grow when they can’t allocate more resources or don’t have the right technical expertise. Software Development as a Service gives access to a talent pool of on-demand teams that can take care of the full cycle of a product. Read more here.
SCRUM at a big scale - here's how
Agile SCRUM is a great choice if you want to narrow your development cycle. However, synchronizing multiple teams’ work isn’t supported by textbook SCRUM. Luckily, there are various adaptations that build on Agile SCRUM model to allow even large-scale companies to benefit from the framework.
From Motif to Qt: Should you take the leap?
Motif has been the standard for ages, but it’s now 30 years old. Companies that relied on Motif are migrating to Qt - is it time you do the same?
More bits = more profitable business 32-bit vs 64-bit
Improved speed of your business applications results in higher efficiency of your business – you can do more, produce more and sell more within the same amount of time.
The service of the new millenium
Remote IT support originated as a service in the beginning of this century. It was the natural consequence of all events at the end of the 90s that marked a new age for business and economy - the digital, borderless age. Read more about Remote IT support in this article!
Nearshoring + Quality Assurance = Nearsurance. But what is that?
Nearsurance derives from "nearshoring" and "process quality assurance", and aims to provide clients with more flexibility and control over the process. Check out this material to learn how.