AndPlus was founded in 2009 to solve a critical need – to make custom software easy. We saw a market where cost overruns, unmet expectations, and poorly written code were far too prevalent…and we want to change that.
If commercial flight put everyone on Earth within reach, technology has set each of us on one another's doorsteps. It's now possible to collaborate with others across the country or around the world as effectively as you can with the people in the next office. What that means for businesses is that they are no longer held hostage to the service providers in their city. Using technology, you can hire and work with developers anywhere in the world. What are the pros and cons of hiring developers in remote locations, as opposed to those in close proximity? Let's explore.
If you think an MVP is the most valuable player in the Super Bowl, you haven't been introduced to the Minimum Viable Product in relation to a software system. Minimum Viable Product, or MVP, is the most basic version of a product that has only enough of the essential features to be marketed. Through this early marketing, the company can glean valuable insight from early adopters, which then guides the development of the fully-featured product. Inevitably, the final product is far better because of that input.
When it comes to adopting medical technologies, healthcare has acted swiftly and decisively. But when it comes to adopting technologies to improve their own business operations, hospitals and other medical organizations have been rather slow. This is understandable in an environment where money is tight and patient care is critical, but it's also slowed down the advancement of medical software development.