Victoria, head of operations

Victoria, head of operations

Throughout my entire career I have encountered and overcome numerous challenges and am now proud with 10+ years of rich experience in such domains as financial management, auditing, accounting and strategic planning.

How to Save Your Budget with Timely Quality

Victoria, head of operations - November 11, 2016
Timely quality

You’ve probably heard about an American $1 billion rocket which destroyed itself 40 seconds after it took off because of a software bug. You probably think that only bugs on such large-scale projects can cause such gargantuan damage. Unless you are going to launch a shuttle there is nothing to worry about – some might say. If any bugs arise, they can simply be fixed …

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That’s How You Make Your Business Healthy and Fit with Automated Process

Victoria, head of operations - November 8, 2016
Make Your Business Healthy and Fit

Have you ever considered making your business work harder, better, faster, stronger? If so, these thoughts have hit you for a reason, especially if you are still doing everything in an old-school way. For instance, sending letters to a crowd of potential customers can be quite a pain in the neck. It is virtually impossible to reach your audience if you don’t have the faintest …

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7 Ways to Save Budget and Ensure High ROI with iOS Development Outsourcing

iOS development app

Business cannot live without cooperation. Throughout our history, building a successful business model was about creating tight bonds with related industries and domains. The more complicated these models become, the more bonds have to be created. Let’s just stop for a moment and think about a typical startup developing itself into a bigger company. Usually it starts with a couple of important processes: product development …

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Banking Application Development: The Only Way to Appropriate Project Management

secure banking application development

Premium software is a must-have investment for modern commercial structures. It is very important for banks and other financial institutes to pay close attention to their management systems. Banking software development companies focus on creating secure software that follows international standards for the industry. Modern banks have multiple branches with each branch serving hundreds or even thousands of clients. Millions of interactions between a bank …

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Calculating & Managing Risks Of Outsourcing IT? Piece Of Cake!

Victoria, head of operations - February 26, 2016
Calculating and managing risks of outsourcing is piece of cake

Knowledge is power. Using it wisely is an endless pool for going purely for those risks, which are well-calculated and evaluated. And, while ITO and other types of outsourcing differ one from another – the majority of risks are fairly similar. To fully understand the challenges you will be facing throughout outsourcing, it is required that you understand the primary risks of ITO (IT Outsourcing). …

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Vital Factors that Make Medical Apps both Great and Influential

Victoria, head of operations - September 16, 2015
human-digestive-system

Steve Jobs is an undeniable genius of marketing. If there is a person that could sell an $99 pencil without breaking a sweat and in a way everyone loves the “new’, “innovative” solution – it was him, not Tim Cook nor any other living person on our planet. And, surprisingly, many of Steve’s claims and his approach towards products Apple developed are perfectly applied in …

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Butterfly Effect in Web App Development

Butterfly effect

Small changes can make a huge difference! Numerous businesses had to delay software releases or even decline entire products because of unexpected crashes and failures in the code that took place after additional functionality was delivered and integrated into completed applications. If one looks beyond mere practices and methodologies of development he may truly realize that other laws can be applied to software as well. …

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