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Everyone knows we live in an increasingly digital economy. But your company isn't a software company....right? If software has evolved from being no part of your business to becoming a way to run your business…and now you're wondering if it could help you grow your...
Just yesterday I was asked, as I often am, how to determine what a company should invest in creating or growing a software product. Many people fall back on some sort of industry or internal standard, like mandating that R & D should be 15 percent of gross revenue.
Early on the idea of an “Application Economy” was revolutionary. Very few companies embraced the concept that any business, no matter what the industry, should imagine, create, and distribute online tools, apps, or products.
Your customer wants to do business with you through applications. As a result, software is now playing a much bigger role in how you grow, engage and retain your customer base. To support this growing need for software, the IT team needs to be more innovative. Genecians Kenton Bohn and Ryan McClish discuss how to build a workplace culture that empowers employees to try on new ways of thinking in their latest StickyMinds article.
Features of a new product are key to its success, but many companies make the same mistakes when deciding what features are in or out. In the latest edition of Healthcare Business Today, Genecian Clare Anderson gives some suggestions on how to avoid common pitfalls when designing and developing new products.
In their third article of their StickyMinds series, Genecians Kenton Bohn and Ryan McClish discuss how business and IT can work together to engage in a successful digital transformation.
Geneca CEO Joel Basgall writes about the importance of improving products and services with software.
For the eighth year running, Geneca has been named one of “Chicago’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For”.
Effectively communicating requirements and earning stakeholder approval require a combination of technical and soft skills. This article offers ideas on how to present requirements to stakeholders with confidence and win their approval.
Positioning your business for growth is always a challenge, especially when that growth involves digital transformation. In this article, Geneca CTO David Katauskas breaks down the three steps a business leader should take to leverage differentiating capabilities for a successful transformation.
Who hasn’t made a bad decision or done something really stupid under stress? Learn how to recognize and handle that stress in our latest StickyMinds article.
In a Middle Market Executive interview, CEO Joel Basgall explains why every company is a software company and how understanding this can help your business gain a competitive edge.
It is no longer “business as usual” for software architects. The “Application Economy” requires all businesses to think and act like nimble software companies in order to keep up with the changing needs of their customers.
A job interview is a common way people decide whether you are a cultural fit and satisfy the requirements of the role. In the second installment of our series in Modern Analyst, “Business Analysis – Getting Back to Basics,” Genecian BA Charlene Ceci explains how the a job interview and the business requirement interview function on the same basic principles.
Everyone is told how important agendas are for keeping meetings on point and on track. So why are so many meetings a waste of time? In Geneca CEO Joel Basgall’s most recent article in Entrepreneur, he explains why agendas may be causing more problems than they are solving.