Each summer, Devbridge Group sends its entire North American team to Lithuania to spend a week working alongside their Lithuanian colleagues. This culminates in a weekend known as Summer Camp, where we celebrate our accomplishments as a team. The trip is an investment in our culture. If people are our greatest asset, why not do everything to grow that asset?
React is a tool that constantly evolves, influencing web development's evolution in the process. Here are six libraries that can help solve everyday tasks and change the way you develop with React.
In Part III of our white paper on digital customer onboarding in banking, we detail ways financial services companies can update the technical architecture needed to support an omnichannel experience.
The promise of what Agile and DevOps can do for companies is an enticing one: The ability to be nimbler and react faster through continuous integration and continuous delivery. Why, then, are banks and other financial institutions struggling to implement it? This article explores the vast potential of DevOps and how it can be implemented.
Banks are engaged in a race toward digitization, particularly in digital customer onboarding. As you might expect, the race is one with many hurdles: rollout time, budget, infrastructure changes, regulation—the challenges can be daunting. We're here to help. In this article, we'll summarize Part II of our white paper on digital customer onboarding. There, we detail our design process and provide a road map to get started.
Role definition and change management are the most difficult obstacles to overcome for large organizations that adopt Agile. Employees can feel threatened and pushed out of their comfort zone by the barrage of changes—from the process they use, to the changes in titles, the reporting structure, and the focus on results versus risk mitigation. This article explores how best to facilitate role changes during an agile transformation.
In Part I of our recent white paper, "Digital customer onboarding: Building valuable customer experiences through digital bank channels," we assess the state of the banking industry’s onboarding approaches, each with its own level of digital sophistication—or lack thereof. This post explores some of the findings from Part I of the white paper.
Our passion for what we do doesn’t stop with making great digital products for our clients. We make it a point to share our experience and insights. This fall, we will be participating in and hosting several events from Austin, Texas to Toronto, Ontario. Learn more about where we'll be and join us!
Have you had the same requirements-gathering discussion multiple times but still don’t know what to do next? Does your team shudder when they see you break out sticky notes in a meeting? (Hint: If you answered yes to either of these questions, keep reading) Practice the five skills outlined in this post for effective workshop facilitation.
This week, Devbridge Group celebrates its birthday: Nine years of making great things. In that time, software and technology have changed drastically. So has Devbridge. To celebrate nine years in business, it’s the perfect time to reflect on those changes and look ahead at what’s to come. We asked some of our senior leadership what has changed the most in nine years. The answer? In short, everything.
Four years ago, Devbridge adopted Scrum as a process for driving development. However, we're constantly reevaluating our processes to ensure they produce the best, most efficient products possible. In this post, one of our senior software engineers shares some things he's learned in those four years. These ideas can help build better backlogs and engage development teams. To not just build products, but own them.
Throughout the past year, Devbridge Group has seen rapid, exciting growth. That growth is fueled by our energetic and talented team—our people make us successful. In a new video, we asked our Chicago team what it’s like working at Devbridge. Here’s what they had to say.