How to Manage Distributed Product Development Teams

An important tenet of the Agile Manifesto is that successful product teams must collaborate daily from a shared co-location. But, we wish to challenge this notion. Remote product teams (spanning continents, cultures, and time zones) are very much the need of the hour. And, with sophisticated collaborative tools available, distributed teams can be as productive as co-located ones. A changed mindset from product managers and some flexibility from team members is the only requisite.

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Gitex Technology Week 2019 – A Spectacular Showdown of Tech Wizards

The 39th Gitex Technology Week will be held in Dubai from October 6 to 10, 2019. It showcases products, innovations, and technologies from across 26 major sectors. More than 4,500 startups and mid-sized companies will participate and about 100,000 visitors are expected to grace the event.

Content spanning 290 hours will be covered. The event holds special significance as it will witness the first-ever Gitex Technology Awards to honor industry trailblazers ad thought leaders.


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Ten Secrets to Make Your Product Development a Success

Success doesn’t come from guesswork, innovation, or diligence. It is a combination of all this, plus more. As we unraveled from Neilson’s Consumer 360 Study that is collated by industry trailblazers and innovators. Their disruptive ideas about consumer behavior and product development will be an eye opener for most of us.

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Is Your Product Really Solving a Problem?

Have you ever sat and wondered why Uber and Urban Clap are such a roaring success? Why a simplistic app like Freshmenu took the world by storm? What all these products have in common is that they aim to solve real problems and pain points of consumers. Because at the end of the day, customers don’t care about your product, they are just concerned with how your product can solve THEIR problems. This is the secret that smart marketers and product designers realize early on, rather than after failing with many “innovative” products that look very “cool” but are of little interest to their target audience!

Now, let’s dive deep into the real question at hand today – Is your product really solving a problem?

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Top 6 Metrics used to measure app success

Most customers from all segments of society and the financial status world over have one thing in common today. They all own a mobile phone and not just any mobile phone but a smartphone. It is no surprise that mobile phone users are using applications for an increasing number of tasks whether it is booking an airline, planning an itinerary, paying an outstanding bill or taking an academic course online. Businesses today, therefore, find it important to have their presence and reach out to customers and users through an application.

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Top IT strategies to apply to modernize your existing applications

With each passing year, technology and developments in the field are moving at a faster pace. This has led to a never-ending increase in the demands of the customers and a race amongst the clients trying to fulfil such needs. Users today want a rich experience that helps them leverage the advanced possibilities that new technologies can offer. Despite being aware of this, several organisations today use out-dated applications that do not meet the current demands of time. Some examples are a financial system running on an Apple IIGS machine, MS- DOS, Sales terminals running on out-dated Intel computers.

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How DevOps can change the way we build softwares

Dynamic times, fast technological advancements and increasing competition require continuous adaption and increased flexibility from employees, teams, and organisations. At the same time, these fast-paced changes also require a high amount of creative discipline from all members for tasks to complete in a timely manner and for projects to succeed. Forward thinking organisations are making efforts to change and adapt their cultural practices in order to stay with the times.

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4 Myths of IT Product Development Outsourcing that you need to let go of

For a long time, India was the most preferred outsourcing hub for businesses in the field of information technology. Several technical, as well as nontechnical persons, have written about the benefits of outsourcing and how it is useful for firms small and big alike. Business size apart, there are certain common myths around IT outsourcing that either stop people from taking full advantage of this possibility or make them take its benefits for granted. Today, we talk about some of the around this business strategy and how they can be rectified.

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Strategize with IT at the centre to achieve business goals

One critical aspect for any successful organization is to have a sense of focus as it moves towards its objectives. Focus helps sharpen the view and gives direction to reach all goals. To be precise, this is known as building up a plan or strategizing. The strategy is crucial not only from an overall and a general business perspective, but it is also important from all spheres and elements of the firm including marketing, finance, operations, administration and one critical sphere ie. The sphere of Information Technology.
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How iView Labs builds positive impact to it’s team!

Strong teams are the foundation for a successful organisation. An organisation’s way of dealing with situations is defined by its culture and this behavior, in turn, impacts its’ teams and their undercurrents within. An organisation’s culture is formed from the way in which the organization treats its employees and the way employees relate to the management, to each other, to their customers and to their team members. As organisations grow, subcultures get formed and these have their own dynamics. Continue reading How iView Labs builds positive impact to it’s team!