“Low-code” – or sometimes called “no-code” or “rapid application development” – platforms allow you to build the software you need quickly with very little coding. This means your people can bring value and talent to the project, and your developers don’t get bogged down in infrastructure.
Kansas City, Mo. – A new office, a growing list of service lines, new executive leadership—the momentum at Veracity Consulting hasn’t slowed since being named a Top 10 Small Business earlier this year. “This has been a crazy – and also exhilarating – year for all of us!” said Angela Hurt, founder and CEO. “Keeping up with the company’s growth has been challenging, but it’s definitely a good …
From forecasting customer behavior to understanding when a machine will need maintenance to identifying what your employees need from their health plan, predictive analytic can provide valuable insights that can change the way you do business.
The discovery process – the research, exploration and planning you need to take before any work is begun – is a crucial phase of any new technology project.
Press release courtesy of Kansas Department of Commerce. TOPEKA — The Kansas Department of Commerce’s Office of Minority and Women Business Development is announcing plans for its 34th Annual Minority and Women Business Awards Luncheon. The luncheon will take place during Kansas Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week, the Department’s annual celebration of minority and women entrepreneurs in Kansas. The luncheon …
Blockchain has the potential to disrupt business sectors left and right, but finance is definitely at the top of the list—and really the potential to impact the entire fintech landscape.
Licensing is fairly simple if you’re just an individual user, but as many of our enterprise clients can attest, the licensing process can not only get complicated but also pricey if you’re not paying attention.
The cloud is showing us a multitude of opportunities for businesses to gain a competitive edge by tapping into “as a service” technologies. What was once considered potentially risky is now remarkably reliable.
Let’s talk about the growing popularity of blockchain. Now considered disruptive, the latest technology is about to take the Supply Chain and Procurement industries by storm.
Bitcoin was born like a shot into the wild, wild west of the “next Internet.” Yet, even after all we’ve learned since its inception, we’re still taming the landscape of the latest blockchain developments. Needless to say, this tech is still widely misunderstood. (But that doesn’t make it any less exciting.)