What is “Low-Code” and How Does it Benefit You?

What is “Low-Code” and How Does it Benefit You?

This whole “low-code” talk can be quite confusing to anyone who actually doesn’t work in the software world.  Here is what it means for you and for us. 1. Faster Implementation Low-code means that we as software developers do not have to specifically program or “code” custom software solutions for you. We have a platform…

Time Tracking Tool in Bento

Time Tracking Tool in Bento

We just released a new feature in the Bento app: A time tracking tool! What does this mean for you? This means you can: Easily enter manual time entries. Quickly see all time entries for a single task. Edit and delete time entries. With Bento you can have all your data in one place. Our…

Remote Working Tips from an All Remote Team

Remote Working Tips from an All Remote Team

Amid the coronavirus scare this year, it appears remote working is the new way that everyone across the globe is working. Remote working as a team is not new to us, but it’s exciting to see companies who are not used to working remotely figure out what that means for each of their teams and…

CFO’s: Reduce your Software Budget & Gain Peace of Mind for your Data

CFO’s: Reduce your Software Budget & Gain Peace of Mind for your Data

We run across a lot of teams who are utilizing some free software, document files, spreadsheets, file managers and various SAAS products.  Minimize your software spend The average business is operating off of 8 different pieces of software to run their business.  That’s 8 different logins, 8 different bills to pay, and 8 different places…

Meetings Done Right

Meetings Done Right

The one thing most people hate about their work week are unnecessary meetings. We are a remote team, so meetings are how we connect as a team and get things done. We have a few tips up our sleeve on how we make meetings easy to plan, fun, but also impactful. First, we don’t schedule…

Team chat: Mismanaged Software Projects

Team chat: Mismanaged Software Projects

We recently had a team chat about mismanaged software projects. We’ve had some clients come to us after a previous software project went wrong. We now have some insight on how to prevent software projects that go over budget and over time on the front end of a project. Watch our convo and let us know your thoughts as a software development team as well. If you are a company and have had a software project that didn’t go as planned, we’d love to hear your story in the comments.