Continuous improvement backed by governments to open Latin American markets is great news for foreign investors, who are flocking to the region. Craig Dempsey outlines some commonalities shared by Latin American markets in forming or incorporating a company.
All these new technologies – RPA, AI, workflows, payment gateways and their extensions to the IoT (Internet of Things) world – must be looked at through the lens of the customer and client. Whoever is in charge of improving processes must make sure that what’s done improves the customer journey when going through that process.
While interest in and adoption of agile continues to rise, many engineering teams are still resistant to fully adopting it and restructuring their testing approach. QAsource's Anand Ramakrishnan looks at how to approach QA testing from an agile perspective.
Latin America's attractiveness as an outsourcing destination continues to grow, but each country offers its own unique opportunities. Nora Leary, co-author of 200+ Fast Facts about Technology in Latin America, looks at what makes five Latin American places so attractive for nearshoring.
With the growth of startup capital in the region, most notably in the form of $5 billion Softbank LatAm fund, there has never been a better time to look at starting a business. Pedro Varas of Founderlist looks at five things prospective entrepreneurs need to know.
Business Enablement Managed Services (BEMS) is a service that combines business consulting – specifically in the strategy and operations fields – with training and coaching of clients. Otto Acuna explains why this matters in the age of digital disruption.
Latin America's startup ecosystem is growing and angel investors are looking to leverage the opportunities. Founderlist's Pedro Varas looks at how angel investors can find startup deal flow in Latin America.