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Automating software testing provides greater efficiency, consistency, and quality.
A modular approach offers faster innovation, greater availability, and easier scalability — but microservices architecture also has its own set of challenges.
Increase user adoption of field service applications by addressing usability, trust, and reliability.
Retailers want control over their data and software with UX designed for a millennial workforce. If they can't find it in your software, they'll build it themselves.
Restaurants are adopting EMV technology, self-service kiosks, pay-at-the-table, and SaaS solutions. Are you developing restaurant software that meets their needs?
The results of the 2019 Worldpay POS Channel KPI Study suggest it’s a good time to be an ISV providing point of sale (POS) applications.
Owners are dealing with a new generation of golfers and facing new competition. ISVs need to deliver golf course management software that helps them keep their businesses in the black.
Healthcare providers are looking for solutions that provide greater patient access to information, reliable communication, and edge device security.
What are other ISVs reading? Here are six worthwhile business book recommendations from other ISVs on topics that range from rapid growth to customer loyalty.
There’s a lot of hype around deep learning, but don’t let it prevent you from seeing the value this technology can provide your clients and your business.
Do your clients understand free or open source software is different than freemium software – and can have great benefits to their operations?
You’ve probably seen dozens of predictions about tech trends and which emerging technologies will move from “hype” status to viable solutions in 2019. But...
Businesses are ready to enjoy the benefits of AI, but they need solutions to help them maximize the value it will provide.
Software developers made strides to fix application security flaws faster, and a shift to automation and continuous delivery could make that process even more efficient.
Agile development offers a lot of benefits to B2B software developers, but it may make IP vulnerable.