Blog posts with project management tag
What can you learn from Prograils' Clutch reviews?
As a software house, we know we have to make constant progress and prove we are able to walk our talk. This is why we use Clutch as a platform to learn about our strengths, spot areas for improvement and let new clients find us easily.
Why an open space office doesn't work for a software house
Open space offices with people packed in one room may seem like an easy way to boost your dev team's productivity. In fact, they are only filling your workplace with distraction, noise, and are a straight path to disaster.
A ticket to transparent project management. How Trello boards help us control our daily workflow
Effective communication is critical to project management. Trello boards are an essential tool for making our software development process fully transparent to the client. Let’s discuss our Trello flow in a more detailed way. Ready? Go!
Get a cost estimate of your project at our free assessment workshops
Assessment workshops are a great start for a successful business relationship and effective project management. They enable you to estimate the cost of your project easily and let you know if you outsource the right software development company.
10 European tech events to attend in late 2018
Summer is gone and 2018 is coming to an end. It doesn't mean that the tech world is slowing down, though. Quite on the contrary. Fall can be a perfect timing to get hold of new ideas, knowledge and skills that your business might soon require. Tech conferences are happening all over the world. Check these 10 European tech events in late 2018 you definitely should not miss. Here they are, in chronological order!
Looking for a good software house? Here’s how to find one
So you have an outstanding idea for a web/mobile application? Making sure that your concept is in good hands and will be properly forged into the flawless product is a logical concern. How to tell a reliable software house from the one which teases you with mere advertising? Here are a few tips.
Playbook for how to run a software development house
Let us take you for a ride. Meet our Playbook!
5 free tools every CxO should use
We all know how incredibly busy CxOs are. Startup leaders quite often have to juggle multiple responsibilities at the same time. From managing a team of developers, to taking care of Business Development, to even handling administrative tasks.
6 'cool' ways to feel Stress Free at work
No matter how much you adore your job, you probably feel the heat from time to time at work. (i.e. if you're a human just like me). The constant glaring at the screen not only puts a lot of strain in your eyes but also causes headache and can lead to increased anxiety and depression.
10 tips to boost your remote team performance
Effectively managing a remote team is a challenge to every leader. Keeping everyone on the same page not only requires an extra effort but often cuts into valuable time. Here are 10 tips that will help you boost your communication and make working within a remote team as smooth as possible.
Prograils was recognized as a Leading Top Software and Web Development Firm in Poland
It’s official now: Prograils was recognized as a Leading Top Software and Web Development Firm in Poland!
Best collaboration and project management tools for small and medium teams.
There are many recommended project management tools out there. They tempt to be the best solutions for your team to work better, together. No matter if you type/code/click from home, office or a coffee shop with a good Wi-Fi and great coffee. They all sound great, but what about tools that actually WORK?
Prograils Recognized As Top Contender In Ruby on Rails Development Research
We are pleased to announce that Prograils was recently handpicked as a top contending Ruby on Rails development house.
How to carry out projects for non-technical founders?
You have one of the greatest ideas of your own software business, but you don’t have a technical background, huh? You don’t have to become a developer at a straight moment. It just doesn’t make sense. Instead of focusing efforts on developing your project you’ll end up swamped with poor, lonely fragments of code that simply won’t work.