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Running a software development company is a real challenge. Droptica has been working in the online services market for over five years. What is our recipe for success?

How to work effectively with the clients in remote time zones? How to build complex products when market requirements keep changing dynamically? How to choose a system that will support the planned activities?
At Droptica, we face these challenges every day.

We have developed a model that allows us to maximise the effects of our work.
We adapt many elements of the project implementation method, communication standards and task execution to the client’s requirements. For our clients, it means better control over the cost and progress of the project, while we benefit from efficient team management.

The experience we have gained allows us to constantly improve our work, and the services we provide bring real benefits for our clients.
Check out how Droptica manages its projects in order to make them operational, free of errors and cost-effective.

More and more software development companies (and not only those) start to move to a remote work setup. On one hand, it is the mark of current times, on the other - a result of recent global changes. The Covid19 pandemic is just a catalyst of the changes. It is also a test of how well the companies are prepared for the new situation. Remote work setup is something completely different to companies for which it was always part of the culture and something else for those who suddenly have to redefine all their working habits.

 

With the proliferation of technology, wide access for fast internet and the changing shopping habits of customers, companies place more and more focus on the way they interact with customers on-line. The term “digital customer experience” is more and more often used. Companies no longer want to build corporate websites but look for a holistic approach and try to create digital experience platforms to the digital experience. In the middle of that is the digital customer.
Every company strives for development. This often means a parallel development of its website that reflects the ever-wider business offer. Do you want your website to grow with your business? See how to prepare a strategy that will enable development without losing the current quality of services. Scalability – what is it? Simply put, it is the ability to grow.

Are you planning to expand your large organisation's website? Or maybe you want to create a corporate website from scratch and are looking for ideas? Using the examples of medical companies from the S&P500 list, I will present some of the Drupal-based websites that can provide some inspiration for this purpose.

Digital Experience Platforms (DXP) are software solutions which aim to assist companies in optimising their client’s digital experiences consistently across every phase of the lifecycle and every communication channel. This sounds a bit complicated so let us discuss in detail what DXP platforms are and why modern companies need them. Times change and digital customers expect more With the proliferation of technology, fast internet and the rise of the digital customer, companies have to
Corporate websites are more and more important to the businesses. Yet, so many of the websites of large corporations fail to deliver any value. A quick glance at the websites of the Footsie 100 or SP 500 companies reveals glaring problems easy to spot by even an untrained eye. Why do these problems still persist? Let’s explore. 1.

Slack is an indispensable instant messenger, and we simply cannot even imagine working without it on a daily basis. Here are eight reasons why you should use it while implementing your Drupal-based projects. 1. You can easily communicate with Droptica from anywhere in the world, using nearly any device By using Slack while working with our team, you can talk to us from anywhere in the world.

Deciding on a CMS these days is not a simple task. There are many things to take into account and lot at stake. Business websites are more important then they ever were and if a business wants to communicate effectively, it needs a great website. Budgets and lead times for new CMS deployments get bigger and projects more and more complex.
A/B testing is around for a long time, yet a surprisingly small amount of companies do it. People will spend days deciding on what the main front page banner should say, but when they do decide, they never bother to check whether they were right. At our Drupal agency, we say test it! We do and we get great results.  What is A/B testing A/B testing is a practice of displaying different things to separate groups of users and measuring what works better.
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