I own a small business. I’m in the business of providing Tech consulting and development services, and while the specifics may be different from your own business, one fact remain the same across the board for us entrepreneurs and business owners: We need to show our customers we care for them, by listening to them and giving them answers to their questions or concerns.
At first, when you’re starting out, you may have more time on your hands than you’d like and you’re likely to be eager to help personally as best as possible each and every one of your new clients. However, as your business grows, and your volume of work increases, reality dictates that your limited time has to be put into specific things, while other tasks need to be delegated. …
Because human testers are human too!
Thanks for reading and welcome to another of my strategy rants on Medium.com! If you don’t know me, my name is Sergio Flores and I’m the Tech Lead at SAFT.Industries, where I help founders and entrepreneurs execute their business vision.
Today I’d like to share with you my views on the topic of quality in software. Now, I believe there are two levels of quality that we have to address when producing apps:
Or how to lose clients by delivering them lousy solutions.
Hello, thanks for reading. My name is Sergio Flores and I’m the Lead Consultant at SAFT.Industries, where we do tech strategy and implementations for startups and small business.
Today I felt it’d be appropriate to share with you a small (true!) story that it seemed to me it pretty much reflects the problem with otherwise good companies, good products and good software solutions.
You see, I’m a gym-goer, so I have subscription to a gym, naturally. And, in this one gym, it happened once, that when it was designed, I mean, when the physical space was setup for it to become a gym, somebody decided that lockers were necessary, and so they purchased and installed several lockers throughout the place. …