Beyond just helping to correct the gender pay gap, there are larger global benefits to more women entrepreneurs, including increased innovation, a boost to the local economy and a positive social impact.
Inc. magazine today revealed that Veracity Consulting, LLC landed on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.
Veracity Consulting has hired Patrick Shore as Vice President of Innovation to launch a new service line designed to create value and spur growth.
Known as a senior responsible owner, the “SRO” is focused on a singular task: ensuring what’s delivered maps back to the business case for IT projects.
Rugby really taught me three important life lessons—lessons I use every day in IT that I also pass on to our employees and our clients.
Veracity Consulting is honored to be named to this year’s list of Champions of Business, selected by the Kansas City Business Journal. According to the publication, “The program honors companies that are rooted here and that help the community thrive. Champions of Business winners are leaders in their industry, innovative and committed to giving back to the community.” Veracity was …
Without in-depth quality assurance and professional testing, you may be flushing a lot of hard work down the drain. Learn the three values of professional testing to ensure your next software project is successful.
Veracity VP and CTO Mike Talbot was recently interviewed by David “Ledge” Ledgerwood on Gun.io’s The Frontier Podcast about finance, smart contracts, risk, regulation, asset tracking, supply chain and more. Listen to the episode, “Post-Crypto Distributed Ledger for Business Leaders,” here.
As an emerging technology, RPA is growing rapidly, and the list of benefits is growing as well. In addition to the time-saving potential, that efficiency almost always brings a large decrease in operational costs. It’s time to learn more about it and how it can help you.
“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.