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Counterpart — A brand new name for software development 25 years in the making

Counterpart is a custom software solutions company that takes its name to heart. They don’t build extravagant enterprise applications when a client needs something much more streamlined, and they refer about a million dollars worth of work to other local businesses every year because they care more about “fit” than financials. Relationships and the work

Indy’s biggest tech trends & announcements in 2017

As I sat down at my desk to compile this list for 2017, I reflected on 2016’s biggest tech trends and announcements with a long, inward breath. My, what a journey this year has been for awards, acquisitions and acknowledgements! 2017 was active and impressive for the tech community. Here’s a quick recap of the

Creating an exceptional employee experience is the new normal

Is your organization ready? For most organizations, employees are both the most expensive operating cost and the most important assets. Payroll costs typically account for 30 percent to 50 percent of an organization’s total operating budget, a figure which doesn’t include insurance, benefits, and other financial rewards now considered standard by most HR leaders. In

Virtusa named "Most Innovative Technology Company of the Year”

Virtusa stakes its claim as the leader in innovation-as-a-service

Technological advances like artificial intelligence, augmented reality, the Internet of Things, serverless and microservices architectures, and even trendy blockchain are changing the way we do business dramatically and forever. The world is smaller and more accessible and the same time more complex with an accelerated pace of change difficult to manage. It’s a daunting task

Don’t let your team retrospectives become stale

Y’know those necessary evils that employees typically have to endure in an office environment? Annual reviews, timesheet updates, planning meetings, weekly reports etc. Depending on the scenario (and who’s in charge of it), it can be an utter pain — a distraction from the “actual work” they should be doing. I’ll be honest, some of