Insights For Product Owners

Bluetooth Low Energy For Your Next Internet Of Things Project

Today's market of IoT solutions is rather fragmented in a sense. Being a launchpad for standalone business-driven innovations, it still struggles towards interoperability and unification. Bluetooth Low Energy is one of such unifying standards that have already settled down in the IoT world. As opposed to the classic Bluetooth, it offers considerably reduced power consumption with a similar communication range, with an approximate theoretical maximum of 100 m (330 ft). BLE technology offers a variety of possible application: from wearables and smart homes to healthcare, from connected cars to large-scale enterprise sensor networks and industrial IoT

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Internet Of Things Trends For Business: 2018 And Beyond

Forget about the hype: by 2020, the Internet of Things is predicted to generate an additional $344B in revenues, as well as to drive $177B in cost reductions. IoT and augmented reality are already enhancing performance of major US-based factories. They are making your car and home as smart as the notions claim to be. They are in the hands of your employees, covering routine management issues and increasing their productivity by 40-60%

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Fixed Price vs Dedicated Team: Business Point Of View

Custom software development includes a chain of activities. Besides design, coding, testing and deployment, it also comprises the process of sales and continuous development of the product that's already on the market. When it comes to effective approaches to software product development, we usually apply Dedicated Team and Fixed Price pricing models, which are both applicable to different spheres of business. Let us omit revenue-related issues and the vendor's point of view and proceed to high-level specifics and nuances, taking a broader look at corresponding processes

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7 Steps To Make Your Website HIPAA Compliant

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act is an official document that protects private health information. This is a document that should be well-known to every medical professional that runs their business online. At MobiDev, we have comprehensive experience of software development for healthcare, where HIPAA compliant software is essential

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What Is The Value Brought By QA To Your Software Product?

So you have a dream team of developers to work on your new software project. You have UI/UX experts, a professional project manager, and proven best practices of offshore software development. You fully realize the value they bring to your project. But there is one more essential activity—Quality Assurance—its value is less than obvious and more than crucial at the same time

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Checklist For Your Startup Pitch

#1. Your product has to have rivals. No product is unique and unrivaled. Forget these words. There's always competition

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What Added Value Can A Software Development Company Bring To A Product Owner?

Evolution of any software product goes along with evolution of the product owner's business. As the business evolves, so do its needs and values.


We believe no one else can handle it better than a professional software development company, responsible for ongoing development and regular delivery of your product

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Startup Canvas: Your Business Model On A Single Page

A good beginning is half the battle—and that applies to startups just as perfectly. You may create a convincing business plan that might take about 40 pages and include unchecked assumptions or data that are bound to change over time. Or you may start with forming your ideas as an accessible business model on a single page within a couple of hours

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5 Essential Tips For App Store Optimization

App Store Optimization involves more than just changing your app's keywords and title. In order to help your app reach as wide an audience as possible, you must take into account multiple factors before the launch of your app

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9 Steps To Gather Requirements For Your Software Project
Failed software product requirements are one of the most common reasons of failed software projects and doomed startups. Who's to blame? Who made it all unclear or misunderstood, intentionally or accidentally? Nah, there is nothing interesting in figuring all that out. What's much more interesting is how to prevent receiving not the product you want and expect. Here are some helpful tips that can be used to gather requirements for a project. The more of these are missed, the more problems may arise later, with everyone having to sit late at night and fill in all the gaps
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