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Agile: First Contact with a New Client

Written by Rangle.io

Our recent whitepaper “Advanced Agile: Five Ways to Accelerate Delivery, Improve Flexibility, and Reduce Waste” summarizes five of the key insights Rangle has acquired doing Agile software development projects for a diverse group of clients. In this article, we would like to talk about another: how to handle first contact with a new client, and in particular, what needs to happen at the start of...

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Where to Begin in Agile: Learning Before Doing

Written by Rangle.io

Our recent whitepaper “Advanced Agile: Five Ways to Accelerate Delivery, Improve Flexibility, and Reduce Waste” summarizes five tactics Rangle recommends for any company considering implementing Agile practices. This post explores something that we believe has to happen before that can even start: learning. We use that term rather than "training" because what matters isn't what's put in front of people, but what sticks. The first...

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The Challenges and Celebrations of Canadian CIOs Right Now

Written by Rangle.io

Canadian CIOs have a lot to celebrate. According to the CanadianCIO Census 2017, hiring is up, budgets are increasing (in some cases by as much as 15%), and there is a plethora of new technology that many companies are ready to soon deploy. But the report also brought to light many of the universal concerns Canadian CIOs are facing today. CIOs must balance supporting the...

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What Is Open Banking and Why Does it Matter to FinServ Companies?

Written by Brendon Montgomery

Here’s a daunting task: deliver best-in-class digital services while reducing operating costs. Leadership teams are all too familiar with having to find innovative solutions to business problems while maintaining the integrity of consumer data, abiding to budgets, and operating within the constraints of the banking industry, one that is highly regulated and historically opaque when it comes to transparency. For FinServ businesses, the solution...

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Angular 4: Front End for the Enterprise

Written by Nikolas LeBlanc

When Angular 2 was released in September of 2016, it signalled a dramatic shift in enterprise front-end development. Not only was it a complete rewrite of AngularJS, but it was also built from the ground up with Typescript - Microsoft's strongly typed superset of JavaScript. Suddenly, enterprise developers experienced with type-safe languages such as Java, C# and Scala, were welcomed into the world of modern...

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