Accesa welcomes the IT Caravan

  The event took place on 21st November and was part of the IT Caravan: The Future of IT in Romania (Caravana informaticii) organized by PIN Magazine and Griffiths School of Management. It aimed to create the opportunity for an open discussion between IT specialists and officials who are involved in the development of this sector. The visit started with …

As promised, here is the second article of the series. In the first post, we reviewed 2015 Black Friday and made predictions for 2016, detailed the “what” of performance testing and why you should consider its business value. We now move on to how to prepare your e-commerce business for Black Friday and beyond, while identifying and understanding the different types …

In the midst of an already eventful end of the year, we are delighted to announce that Accesa has just been recognised by Deloitte as one of the most innovative and highly-performing businesses in Central Europe, making it into Central Europe’s 2016 Technology Fast 50 CE ranking.   The Deloitte 2016 Fast 50 ranking is profiling the companies that have …

  This is the first article in a series aimed at demystifying the whats and hows of continuous delivery and DevOps. We’ll be offering a fresh but clear perspective on how continuous delivery should be understood and tackled by IT leaders. The adoption of Continuous Delivery is imminent for businesses. If you didn’t know it already, there’s a digital tsunami on its …

We are very happy to sponsor the SC 1936 Grimlinghausen – C Junioren football team who are starting the 2016/2017 season with a brand new full football kit offered by Accesa. The C Junioren team is currently made up of 16 experienced players aged between 12 and 14. Some of the boys have been playing football for 4 years, but some …

The following is a guest post by Peter Leeson. Peter Leeson is an international speaker and consultant in process and quality improvement, as well as a CMMI specialist and quality manager for White Clarke Group (UK) and the author of “Orchestrated Knowledge“. You can follow Peter on Twitter (@PeterLeeson), Facebook and LinkedIn. Editor’s Note: This article is part 2 of a 2 part …

…or is it compromised by legacy systems? Did you hear the story about the company who used their private jet to collect a retired software engineer from his retirement home on a Greek island, so he could fix one of their legacy issues? It’s the stuff of legends – but it happens to be true. Did you hear the story about …