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Is your eCommerce Platform Optimized to Drive Revenue?

Written by Megan Wheeler

A common dilemma for leaders with eCommerce platforms across industries is recognizing when their online shopping platform’s functionality is falling behind – or when the cost of keeping up is wasting valuable money and resources. You need to improve your platform if your current service is: Losing customers While there are many reasons why an online shopper might change their mind at checkout time, your...

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A Look Back at FITC Toronto 2017

Written by Kyle Gordon

FITC Toronto 2017 was a huge success! Rangle’s Varun Vachhar and Mike Costanzo spoke to packed audiences over the three-day event. Here’s your inside look at what these two had to say: Mathematics of Animation Varun Vachhar In the past few years, animations on the web have evolved dramatically. We are able to build animations that generate and manipulate complex geometry, react to...

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Continuous Integration & Continuous Delivery

Written by Rangle.io

Defining Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery Continuous Integration (CI) has become an essential ingredient for teams doing iterative and incremental software delivery. CI is a development practice that requires developers to integrate code into a shared repository several times a day. Each check-in is then verified by an automated build, allowing teams to detect problems early. CI is a software engineering practice in which isolated...

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Impact of Cycle Time on Customer Facing Enterprise Mobile and Web Applications

Written by Ken Ono

With support from Dave van Reese. Enterprises inspired by Agile and Lean startups often embark on mobile and web projects only to be disappointed. Although they faithfully implement many Lean practices, entrenched processes elongate cycle times and can dampen the benefits. This article examines the negative impact of delivering large releases infrequently, techniques for shortening cycle times and the benefits associated with success. Common Enterprise...

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Happy People Make for High Performing Teams

Written by David van Rees

Building high-performing teams is hard. It’s even harder with a professional services company, as creating new teams working on new projects is something we do on a regular basis. This means we are often in the position of learning about the client, their product and business on top of learning about ourselves and how we will work together. How do we form project teams...

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