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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.

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.
The SCRUM project management framework is very popular in the IT industry.  At our Drupal development agency, we decided to implement SCRUM as a basic tool for working with our clients a while ago. In this article, you can read more about the ins and outs of such an approach, as well as about how it benefits both parties. SCRUM is very easy to understand, yet quite hard to properly implement.
Corporate websites are really complex. It takes a lot of time and effort every time they need to be rebuild. Sometimes it may feel like the website as soon as it is finished, could be re-build again. Let’s look at why this happens and what to do about it. Corporate website projects take too long Corporate website rebuilds are complex. There are many things that have to be taken into account, many stakeholders to be involved, high expectations which have to be met.
Modern websites in big organisations are important pieces of business processes. Redesigning or rebuilding them is usually a complex project which has to be meticulously planned to be done right. It often comes as a surprise even to the companies themselves just how important the website is and how many things have to be taken into account. I want to offer a summary of how to go about preparing and planning your website redesign.
We’re now quite deep into the 21st century. We are reaching a moment when advertising money spent online will surpass off-line. It is now obvious that to succeed in business a company needs a corporate website. As Bill Gates famously put it: “If your business is not on the internet, your business will be out of business”. Every company has to have a website and indeed almost every company has one. The world, however, moves forward. It is not enough to just have a website anymore.
In my previous post, I described why we created a separate Drupal support team. In this post, I will describe how our Drupal support team works. Objectives of the Drupal support team Drupal support team in Droptica has 3 main objectives: 1. Keep all the websites up and running Many of our customers rely on their websites being operational. Often the applications we maintain run or are the core of the business of our clients.
For the past half a year we were working on setting up an organised and structured support team in Droptica. I can now happily say that our Drupal support is top notch. In this post, I will explore a bit why we created a separate support team.  Droptica started as a typical software development company, with a group of drupal developers, who were working on the tasks at hand. This could be a new website for a client or a new feature for an existing website.
Over the last few years, we could see business blogs popping up all over the internet. While builting corporate websites for our clients, we typically also create a blog. I bet most of your competitors run their own blogs, so you’re probably wondering whether to create one. Read on to find out why you should start a business blog.  Having a business blog comes with many advantages, such as better ranking position, growing your brand visibility and attracting new customers.
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