Managing Consultant at Top 5 Consulting Firm. 20+ years in multi-million technology implementations. Valuation, Business Case, Project Management
20+ years in large scale technology implementations, managed multi-million projects in a variety of roles: analyst, project manager and delivery executive . Hands on experience from sales to delivery. Let's talk!
Throughout my career I used data insights to support business cases, support decision making, get funding, compare option and many others scenarios. And I can tell you without a doubt it is always easier with a fact based data analysis. Ask me how.
They can. There are framework to address this issue and be cross-platform such as React or Ionic. It is very possible.
What you want to offer? Keep in mind, Clarity is not a job board. For that, go to Indeed or related.
If you're an expert in a particular field you can offer your advice here. If you hook up with people looking for what you have to offer, they will request a call with you and pay for by the minute.
Just to be clear as it doesn't sound the right forum for what you are looking for.
Those all seem valid questions to ask. And I don't think the package should be accepted solely based on the respective answers.
You should have someone from the company thoroughly review the code and also perform extensive testing. I understand sometimes it is not feasible to review thousands of line of code manually. So in addition to code review, use tools to scan for vulnerabilities. Human review + scan. Not one or the other.
Ultimately it is on the organization's corporate security and overall design requirements. Something can be acceptable to one org and not the other.
Not a simple question but hope it helps. I'll be glad to discuss further and help any way I can.
Are you the client or the third party? It is hard to answer the question of contractual compliance without knowing what the contract entails.
If you are the client, you should have created the acceptance Test Cases or at least signed off on it. It is recommended that you just accept the third party's test results. Your company should execute them to have the assurance it does work as expected.
As to risk exposure, you need to execute a scan for vulnerabilities. There are several tools that do that.
Dynatrace is a well regarded one. You probably heard of the recent log4j vulnarability exposure, tools like Dynatrace look for entry points like that in the code.
hope this helps.
There's always a learning curve. Yes, it is a pain point and happens all the time. But there are ways to mitigate and make it more productive. I just happened to be on a KT today with my developers (one developer KT'ing to 3 others) and it went quite well. The biggest mistake I see is going straight to the code before understanding the business features, purpose and rationale it was done that wa, in this order.
Will be happy to go on a call and discuss further.
Definitely a cost efficient option. And gives you more range to find the skillset you need. With all the tool solidified during COVID there's no reason not to work out. Just pay attention to timezone differences and possible data/security restrictions if this team will access client data.
Agree on at least some hours for everyone to be online. For instance, I work with developers in India a lot. They are 10h ahead. I need to start very early and they need to stay late for us to catch up in my EST morning.
Did you try Google Trends? You can see if people are looking for the product you're looking to sell.
You also have an option to run a Survey. Survey Monkey is probably the best. You can pay and and see the results at the end.
But most importantly, what's your differentiator? Are you offering something better than your competitor or just more of the same? And don't forget, this is a regulated market. Without FDA (or whatever agency in your place) approval you can't go too far.
There is no minimum. The answer doesn't lie with how large your product catalogue is but your product differentiators. You can open a store with a single decor product for that matter.
Instead of looking at volume, think about these aspects:
- quality: is my product better? And how so?
- price: is it more competitive than similar products?
- innovation: does it have innovative features other don't?
- service: is my service better to influence the buying decision?
A resposta vai depender muito do seu ramo de negocio e a quantidade de investimento e, consequentemente, o que pode pagar.
Seu servico eh so de back-end? Ou tem front-end tambem?Certamente, precisa de QA. Se puder pagar, bom ter um DevOps para cuidar dos deployments. Se nao, veja se alguem do backend pode desempenhar esse papel.
Nao existe uma resposta da estrutura certa para todos os casos pois se tratando de startup nem sempre voce pode se dar luxo de ter todo mundo que precisa disponivel, sendo realista.
First, we have to understand your motivation to meet your needs.
Are you currently developing a custom enterprise app for a client and are you looking for advice on how to do? Do you have a contract or you are just trying to learn?
Or you're setting up shop to be a vendor in this market? What industry?
Will be happy to take a call. I've done several custom enterprise developments but there's no one size fits all in this field.
You need to value the new venture. Have a business case in place to see if it is worth pursuing. That is, a financial valuation.
My one advice is, do NOT self-fund. If your case is strong enough you can find angel investors and venture capital funding.
And yes, agree with others do not drop out. Don't give your business idea but make sure you have a strong case first.
Let me give one example. A student in Hungary once hired me to do a valuation and business plan for his idea of en eco-friendly school in Estonia. What seemed to be a good idea in his view showed a negative 1.5M Euro after three years of operation after I did his financials.