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  • Mar 08, 2018 by Leigh

    IT Survival Guide Series: How to Handle Code that did not Follow Standard Coding Guidelines

    Coding standards exist to keep developers on the same page. They make it easier to maintain and understand code. Standards can even help with the automated testing processes. However, as helpful and important as coding standards are, you will eventually run across a developer who just can’t or won’t follow them. Here’s how to handle that situation.

  • Feb 12, 2018 by Leigh

    IT Survival Guide Series: How to Survive Go-Live in the Absence of a Go-Live Plan

    Go-lives can be stressful for even well-prepared teams. But the real panic sets in when the release date is looming and there’s no go-live plan to guide you to the finish line. If you ever find yourself in that situation, this article will help you emerge from the ordeal with your sanity intact.

  • Jan 10, 2018 by Leigh

    IT Survival Guide Series: How to make the most of a short UX Research Phase

    While users may see an app’s visual design first, it’s the carefully crafted user experience that sticks with them. When the UX research phase for a project is short, for whatever reason, panic is a natural reaction. But never fear! Our quick and handy guide from will steer you back onto the path to success.

  • Dec 13, 2017 by Leigh

    IT Survival Guide Series: What to do if Your Told That Your Project Doesn’t Need to Plan for QA

    While most project managers would agree that QA is a vital step in any development process, the real world has a way of intruding on the best planned IT journeys. When the QA leg of your team’s expedition gets cut short, don’t despair. This guide will help you find your way back to safety and sanity.

  • Nov 03, 2017 by Leigh

    IT Survival Guide Series: How to hack your way out of a backlog jungle

    Over time, software projects accumulate a backlog of enhancements, defects and features that can overwhelm any team. In the second article in our IT Worst Case Survival Guide series, we discuss how to survive in a backlog jungle!

  • Oct 02, 2017 by Leigh

    IT Survival Guide Series: How to handle requests for new functionality at the end of a sprint

    Check out the first article in our IT Worst Case Survival Guide series to learn how to effectively handle new functionality requests at the end of a development sprint- something we all know can be a dangerous project pitfall, even for the most experienced teams!

  • Sep 22, 2017 by Leigh

    Our 3-Step Marketing Funnel

    Have a great product or service, but are having a hard time generating new marketing qualified leads? Are you overwhelmed with complicated digital marketing strategies? Download our 3-Step Marketing Funnel e-book and see how our approach provides a simple, yet effective roadmap that will help your Marketing and Sales teams work together and close more deals!

  • Aug 14, 2017 by Leigh

    Spotlight: David Gillen

    David is our Lead Data Scientist and has been with Precocity for roughly 2 years. He has a wealth of Data Science knowledge and is a certified Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Data Engineer. Check out the following excerpt from our conversation as he details some of his experience as a Data Scientist and his thoughts on robot world domination.

  • Aug 02, 2017 by Leigh

    Google Cloud Platform Meetup Announcement

    Precocity is proud to announce we’re sponsoring DFW’s first Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Meetup! Find out more about this growing group of IT professionals and join us as we discuss best practices on all aspects of GCP’s services and tools.

  • May 15, 2017 by Erika

    RedPoint Global and Precocity Partner to Drive Digital Transformation through Customer Engagement Optimization

    The RedPoint Customer Engagement Hub is now part of Precocity’s customer experience technology offerings.