Using Your Expertise to Make a Difference: Ways to Volunteer in the IT Sector

Posted on: August 11th, 2015 - Written by: Tyler Gordon

Do you know someone who spends time volunteering on a regular basis? Maybe that person is you, or perhaps you’ve been thinking about getting involved in volunteer work. Everyone is busy these days—probably busier than ever before—so why take precious time and dedicate it to volunteer service? We believe volunteer service is a great way [...]

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An Eternal Debate: Outsourced or In-House Development for IT Projects?

Posted on: June 8th, 2015 - Written by: Mark Rizzo

INSite Business Solutions is a web development group offering mission critical software development for companies in a wide range of industries. So we admit that we may have a bias toward outsourcing development work—full disclosure is always good, right? But we’re not diehard proponents of outsourcing in every single instance: we really do believe that [...]

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Mission Critical Enterprise Software and How It Affects Your Business

Posted on: May 1st, 2015 - Written by: Olivia Gregory

As a custom software development and consulting group, INSite Business Solutions works quite a bit with mission critical enterprise software. Our clients turn to us to develop and/or upgrade the software that is crucial to the continuation of their daily business operations. It’s a big part of our job, and we love it. Today we [...]

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Communication Essentials: What’s Needed Between Your Business Stakeholders and Your Software Development Team

Posted on: April 13th, 2015 - Written by: Tom Metz

Some businesses have teams that do their software development in house, while others choose to outsource the work. Both routes have pros and cons, but one thing is constant regardless of which approach you choose: communication must be good between you as a business stakeholder and your software development team. If communication is either nonexistent [...]

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