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Auriga Ranked Among Top Companies on Global Outsourcing 100® List

March 5, 2020 in News

Auriga, a US-based expert software R&D services provider, is proud to be featured on the 2020 Global Outsourcing 100® list of the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals® (IAOP®). The company has been selected to the ranking for the 13th consecutive year, reaffirming the commitment to deliver high-class software development services. more...

Auriga Ranked Among Top Companies on Global Outsourcing 100® List

Technical Requirements in Agile: To Be or Not to Be

March 2, 2020 in Insights

In 2014, the Project Management Institute (PMI) researched how vague or incomplete requirements can affect entire projects; the findings were not entirely surprising: customers spent more money than initially planned in 51% of cases and 47% of projects failed to meet goals due to inaccurate requirements management. more...

Technical Requirements in Agile: To Be or Not to Be

Why You Should Use Docker for Enterprise App Configuration

February 4, 2020 in Tech Corner

Enterprise software is often ill fated for being conservative and impractical in terms of responding to changes. Whether you want to develop it as an engineer, deploy it as an IT specialist, or master it as a user, you are looking for a product that is fast, easy to modify when needed, and stable to the core—or, at least, this is true for some tools that can help with it. more...

Why You Should Use Docker for Enterprise App Configuration

CSG: “Auriga Helped Us Make the Right Decisions”

January 27, 2020 in News

One of Auriga’s key principles is striving for excellence. Whatever we do, we do our best to perform the task better than anybody else could, and our customers confirm that we succeed in it. A Clutch.co analyst (CA) interviewed Director of Software Product Development, Conservation Services Group (CSG), Guy Savoie (GS) to learn more about Auriga’s performance. more...

CSG: “Auriga Helped Us Make the Right Decisions”

Sprint Zero in Software Development: Underestimated yet Necessary

January 21, 2020 in Insights

“The heart of Scrum is a Sprint, a time-box of one month or less during which a ‘Done’, useable, and potentially releasable product Increment is created” Scrum Guide Each project starts with several strategic questions: how are we going to communicate? How will we manage the project and mitigate risks? How do we schedule the project phases so all releases will be on time and on budget? more...

Sprint Zero in Software Development: Underestimated yet Necessary

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