Metrics helping grasp attention from early-stage investors

Tuesday, 29 March 2016 by Sergiy Berezovskyy , Business Analyst of Kreston GCG, Digital Services

The following infographics are specially designed for entrepreneurs at the beginning of their business venture journey, who are seeking funds for their startup projects. There are an infinite number of measures and metrics that can represent a company’s financial health and its projections of future development and growth. But in order to grasp attention from

Kreston GCG: 5 FinTech projects everyone needs to know

Friday, 25 March 2016 by Oleg Kuznietsov , partner of Kreston GCG
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Fintech companies are confidently conquering the international market of financial and banking institutions. Taking into consideration the current dynamics of market development, already in 2020 financial institutions can cede up to 23% of their business to fintech companies. It is expected that the market of banking payments and money transfers can lose around 28%, other

The most innovative industries for 2016

Tuesday, 22 March 2016 by Olga Kuryshko , Strategic Marketing & Business Development Director of Kreston GCG

It’s not a big secret that during the last decade the way we perceive innovation has constantly been subject to change. In our minds, it transformed from a simple life-facilitator to a true art of painting societal life in bright colors, unique styles, and from unprecedented perspectives. So who are those da Vincis, Raphaels, van

Why Great Companies are Agile Innovators

Monday, 28 December 2015 by Vlad Solodovnyk FOR KRESTON GCG, HEAD OF ONLINE & OFFLINE CONTENT AT OUTSOFT

A study by Boston Consulting Group (BCG) released in December 2015 revealed what many have suspected all along: experimentation with the use of Agile principles is key for the success of established businesses and startups alike. Innovation, no matter how overused the word sounds, still remains an important part of the corporate vocabulary

Which Programming Language Should You Learn? The Infographic to Code It All

Wednesday, 23 December 2015 by Daryna Dorogan FOR KRESTON GCG, DIGITAL MEDIA MANAGER AT OUTSOFT

Looking to learn how to code, but not sure where to start? We found an excellent infographic explaining the ways programming languages differ that can help you decide which path you should take to master your career in IT.

Recent developments in the life sciences & bio technology sectors – US capital markets

Tuesday, 22 December 2015 by Senior Audit Associate of Kreston Reeves

Cameron Cooley, one of our Audit Seniors, is currently completing an international secondment in the United States of America for CBIZ MHM, a fellow Kreston firm. During his secondment Cameron will be providing a ‘West Coast perspective’ on business and sector issues. Keep reading to learn the recent developments in the life sciences and bio technology sectors – US capital markets

10 Consumer Tech Trends Beyond 2016

Thursday, 10 December 2015 by Vlad Solodovnyk FOR KRESTON GCG, HEAD OF ONLINE & OFFLINE CONTENT AT OUTSOFT

Even the smartphone sceptics usually get used to the benefits that the handheld electronic assistant offers: instant, ubiquitous and nearly free text, voice, photo and video communication; nearly constant internet access, with implications for commerce, personal assistance and beyond; as well as always available on-demand entertainment.

London: dominating the UK tech landscape


London was once seen as a late starter in encouraging digital technology enterprises, but has more than made up for any lost time.

Software Developer Salaries in Ukraine 2015

Tuesday, 06 October 2015 by Vlad Solodovnyk FOR KRESTON GCG, HEAD OF ONLINE & OFFLINE CONTENT AT OUTSOFT

More and more organizations of all sizes are choosing to adopt a distributed architecture that allows them to source intellectual talent globally, with staff working in different places, at different speeds, on different projects, with relative autonomy from each other. Outsoft has done so as well, so we decided to shed some light on the differences between the two countries where we work with software developers, the United States and Ukraine.

Cognitive Effects of Gaming – Is It Time To Stop Ignoring Them?

Thursday, 01 October 2015 by Daryna Dorogan FOR KRESTON GCG, DIGITAL MEDIA MANAGER AT OUTSOFT

Game developers put their heart and soul into making their games stand out, creating them to be enjoyable, competitive and fun. Yet the more nerve-wracking and violent a game is, the more popular it tends to get, engaging new fans within the gaming community.