Businesses in all sectors, all over the world are suffering from the economic effects of social distancing and lock-downs aimed at containing the devastation of the COVID-19 pandemic. The negative economic impacts have… Read More »
In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, Mexico has introduced a mix of mandatory and non-mandatory lockdowns for commercial operations, depending on whether affected organizations are considered essential. For IT companies, this means… Read More »
We are living in challenging times in practically all sectors, and privacy is no exception. Some are already proclaiming that life, as we knew it before the pandemic, has ended forever. In this… Read More »
Contact centers and BPO providers in the Nearshore and throughout the world are struggling to meet data protection guidelines, such as those issued by the Payment Card Industry (PCI), as literally millions of… Read More »
As COVID-19 Gains Strength, the Nearshore Aims to Stay Nimble On Wednesday, March 11th, the World Health Organization (WHO) officially declared the novel coronavirus, which causes COVID-19, crisis a pandemic. The Nearshore services… Read More »
A major test is underway to determine just how well the Nearshore services community will respond to sudden workforce disruptions, unstable customers, emotional turmoil, and local operational surprises that will undoubtedly surface as… Read More »
The novel coronavirus pandemic, which causes COVID-19, is affecting the lives of millions of people, and we are already seeing the impact it has and will continue to have in the global economy.
In our new delivery of the in-depth section, The Exchange, Nearshore Scrum Masters share their main lessons on agile software development.
With data from the Scrum Alliance and the 2018 International Conference on Agile Software Development we want to explore the Nearshore Agile trends.
The contributions of the entrepreneur to the Nearshore services sector cannot be overstated. These founders – thousands of them – have given the Nearshore industry a real identity, bringing their own unique cultural styles and sense of quality and integrity into the wider ring of global technology commerce.
Latin America and the Caribbean have never been easy places to start a new business, particularly in knowledge services. Access to funding and a limited talent pool are frequently cited as common challenges… Read More »