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Category: Project Management

Dynamo and Trility Announce Launch of Strategic Partnership

 

New partnership helps companies accelerate their time to delight customers through software product development and innovation by bringing the right combination of skills, behaviors, products, and services to the table.

OMAHA, NE-May 25th, 2018—Today Dynamo, LLC and Trility Consulting, LLC announced the launch of their strategic alliance, bringing together two emerging leaders in the technology services industry.  This partnership represents the intersection between the strategic consulting, product delivery services, and behavioral guidance that Trility offers combined with the high-quality capacity scaling, recruiting, and flexible resourcing solutions that Dynamo adds, thereby creating a powerful partner for companies facing significant business and technology challenges or embarking on or amidst a digital transformation journey.

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Collaborative Code Review

Our Summary of “The State of Code Review 2017” by SmartBear

SmartBear—a company that creates monitoring tools—released another 35 page, detailed study of code review and collaboration. You can read the whole study here, but who has the time for that? No need to worry about missing out, we read it for you and pulled out what we feel are the highlights.

The findings are a compilation of responses from 550 developers representing about 30 different industries. Some of these industries are computer software, mobile development, systems integration, aerospace, insurance, industrial manufacturing, and game development. All sizes of organizations are represented from smaller teams with just a few developers to large companies with over 50 software team members. Read More

Project Management

Launch a Successful IT Project

Did you know that 75 percent of executives anticipate their organization’s software projects will fail? While IT projects are notoriously challenging to plan and measure, industry studies reveal that failure is common and just as costly as you think.

No matter your philosophy on agile, scrum, waterfall, or some mix in between, we feel there are few things every good project needs to be successful.

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