An Interview with Professor Wil van der Aalst

Wil van der Aalst is a full professor of Information Systems at the Technische Universiteit Eindhoven (TU/e). He is also…

Gartner Predicts Limited IT Outsourcing Growth and Increased Volatility

The worldwide IT outsourcing market is poised to grow more slowly than previously expected, reaching $288 billion in 2013, a…

IT Salaries 2013: Ukraine Versus USA, UK and Germany

Last year, Verizon caught one of their US software developers versed in C, C++, Perl, Java, Ruby, PHP, and Python…

WinTRADE – Industry leader

The first Ukrainian WinTRADE ВРО-company has proved the title of “Industry Leader” by winning again the Industry Leader Award in the category “Call centers activity” from rating bureau “National Business Rating”. Win Trade achievements were appraised highly as a result of nationwide analysis of Ukrainian…

ISS Art is among Best Rising Stars in Revenue Growth!

SS Art company has been awarded in the Best Rising Stars in Revenue Growth category of The 2015 Global Outsourcing 100® ranking which is annually prepared by IAOP. The complete list of the companies participating in The 2015 Global Outsourcing 100® is available here, and…

Best Practices in Software Testing Outsourcing From the Head of the XB Software QA department

When outsourcing software testing, lots of questions may arise regarding its necessity and benefits. Besides, clients are always concerned about various nuances of QA outsourcing, such as how to select a QA company, how to work efficiently with the QA team. There may be also…

TotalSoft attending Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2015/WPC 2015

TotalSoft announces its participation in the annual Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference, the must-attend event for Microsoft partners, being held this year July 12th to July 16th, at Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida (USA). The Conference is held annually by Microsoft Corporation for its partner…

Google admits defeat with Google+

Only Google Account needed from now on. Google appears to be throwing in the towel in its fight against rivals Facebook and Twitter, and will now decouple its Google+ social network from its main businesses. Bradley Horowitz, Google’s vice-president of streams, photos and sharing said…