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How to Create a Multilingual Software without Going Crazy

If you are not catering to users beyond your own country’s borders and language(s), you’re missing out on great opportunities. If you’re intimidated by the workload of making your app available for various markets, regions and languages, we hope these tips on how to localize your software without going crazy will be helpful.
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COVID-2019 Pandemic vs E-commerce - Common Problems and How to Face Them

COVID-19 coronavirus is officially a global pandemic. As it’s spreading around the world at a fast pace, it is predicted to take its toll on both people and businesses, including the e-commerce industry.
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How to Get Things Done and Stay Okay While Working Remotely for a Long Time

All who can - switch to remote work mode. This is nothing new for the IT industry, but not all of us have had the opportunity to work remotely for an extended period of time. Therefore, we have prepared a short guide on what to do to stay productive and maintain a good mental condition while remaining in isolation.
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Enterprise Software Development: Why Should You Use an External Team

Whether it’s a small scale project or full enterprise software development, there are some issues that are always present. Whether it's a lack of involvement from management, poorly defined objectives or unexpected risks, it only takes a few minor bumps to put the entire project off-track. So, how can these issues be resolved?
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Why Your Organization Fails To Implement IT Projects Successfully

According to a Gallup study, only 2.5% of companies complete 100% of their projects. The numbers are shocking but they show the scale of the problem. Other studies show that 17% of IT projects go so badly, they threaten the existence of the business itself. So who is to blame – managers, employers or stakeholders? Or maybe it’s the technology itself?
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