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Jay McCall is an award-winning journalist with 19 years of writing experience for B2B IT solution providers. Jay is co-founder of DevPro Journal.

It’s a Great Time to Transition to Microservices Architecture

Microservices architecture has graduated from a new concept to one that’s well understood, and microservices-specific tools are now available to support development.

Why Every POS and Retail Management System Needs Clienteling

Retailers see the value in building strong, personal relationships with their customers, so much so that they are basing tech purchasing decisions on clienteling features.

How Are Organizations Spending Their Security Budgets This Year?

Your clients are facing multiple hurdles to implementing and managing the solutions they need, creating a viable market for new services and solutions.

What Transportation Technology Got Right in 2019

Companies are moving away from homegrown, proprietary transportation technology to standardized systems that facilitate integration greater efficiencies.

Software Testing: The Who, What, When, How, and Why

SmartBear’s annual testing community survey provides a look at the current state of software testing in the industry.

Steps to Launching a Software Startup That Succeeds

Critical issues to launching a software startup include choosing co-founders, funding, establishing company culture, and understanding your market’s pain points.

Why It’s an Exciting Time to Work as an ISV in Public Safety

New tech, new networks, and new workflows are enabling solutions for public safety that make their jobs safer and easier.

Veracode’s State of Software Security Report Sheds Light on “Security Debt”

Development teams are challenged to keep up with flaw remediation, which, if flaws exceed capacity, can result in a growing pool of unresolved issues.

Make “Experience” Your Growth Driver in 2020

Are you still selling software products? In 2020, you may be more successful if you focus on selling experiences.

Do Software Vendors and Technology Buyers Speak the Same Language?

To effectively get your message across to buyers, stress business outcomes, use demonstrations, and don’t overlook basic information prospects need.

Finally, A POS System That Meets Tier-3 Retailers’ Needs

Tier-3 retailers have had a strained relationship with POS systems over the years. Legacy systems are rarely a good fit, and the latest iPad- and Android-based mobile offerings typically have undesirable tradeoffs. Could your printer OEM have a solution that solves these challenges?

Success Stories: Bridging the Gap Between Physical and Digital

Collecting operational data as well as data that provides context provides true value to businesses digitalizing their processes.

How to Build the Right Software Testing Framework

There’s no single, “right” way to test software. Rise to the challenge by collaborating with peers, leveraging automation, and finding the framework that will address your current needs.

Software Startup Challenge: How to Penetrate a Saturated Market

Taking your product to a proven market might be your best path for success as a startup — despite the challenges you'll face and have to overcome.

Why is the Microservices Market Growing?

Businesses are turning to microservices for increased agility and scalability, but successfully delivering takes some changes to the way you interact with users and monitor operations.

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