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All Nearshoring is Not Created Equal: Buyer Beware

There’s been a lot of talk about outsourcing over the past few years, as companies realize the huge benefits of leveraging outside resources to help get products to market faster, more efficiently and sometimes more economically. And even more recently, all the talk about H-1B visa restrictions have made nearshoring, in particular, an appealing way
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Wovenware Giving – Supporting Our Community

At Wovenware we know how much of a role our community has played in the development, growth, and success of our business. We feel fortunate for the help and mentoring we have been given, and try to give back to our community in meaningful ways whenever possible. Before 2017, our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program
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Why Chatbots Will Lead the Smart App Market in 2017

We’ve all been there: You press nine after listening to prompts for requests one-though eight, and are then asked to enter in personal data (which may or may not be recognized on the first try). You’re then put on hold for what seems like an eternity (listening to really bad muzak), and when you beg
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Chatbots, not another technology buzzword

During the past couple of years, technology writers and bloggers have coined lots of buzzwords to talk about the latest and greatest trends. Terms like predictive analytics, cloud, and (the most hyped) big data. These terms are used to group together cutting-edge technologies and methodologies increasingly becoming fixtures in enterprises everywhere. These technologies are enabling
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Web Apps are the New Legacy

When you think about modernizing legacy apps, it may conjure up images of old mainframe software or home-grown systems being overworked past their expiration date. But over the years, companies that relied on older pieces of code to run their businesses soon figured out that they could put a band-aid on their aging systems by
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