You have no doubt heard myths about haunted houses or that you can see the Great Wall of China from space (you can’t!). But are you also buying into the myths of the outsourcing and corporate independence world?
Everyone is feeling the pressure of life in the digital age: You must deliver your product or project on time and under budget, without sacrificing quality or customer satisfaction. Unfortunately, getting the project finished means that you and your team are often putting in extra hours, which could contribute to ‘burning out.’
The operation of outsourcing is becoming more prevalent and businesses are beginning to look at their options abroad, basing their choices on the assessments of a company’s cost, flexibility, and overall skills. But there’s one more highly critical piece to finding an outsourcing solution, and that’s finding the right cultural fit.
In an age where memes connect us within the weird world of the interweb, 2019 has already brought us with some pretty odd stuff (please don’t tell us you’ve done the Bird Box challenge!) But one of the challenges we can get behind is the #10YearChallenge. We know we’re a bit late to the trend so please excuse our tardiness due to some extra appreciation we took for some of the team celebrating 10 years or more with Zemoga.
Strong US Dollar continues to drive the great Southern migration of outsourcing design and engineering services
*This is an update to an article I wrote in 2015, and it could not be even more true today.
Today’s retailers and brands are facing an unprecedented amount of pressure to deliver digitally differentiated customer experiences, and that’s an understatement. As consumers continuously demand and expect digital and mobile-first shopping experiences, retail organizations can no longer simply tout that they have a digital offering. The truth of the matter is that the digital experience they do offer has to bring something new to the table, an experience that keeps consumers coming back for more, or retailers risk losing consumer share to the likes of Amazon.
We’re excited to share that our new headquarters in Bogota has just turned six months old, and we’ve been loving every minute of it! In fact, we’re still in our honeymoon phase and don’t see that slowing down anytime soon.
We recently had the pleasure of having Cathy Hotka – one of retail’s most connected and influential people – at our offices in Bogotá. Our leadership within the digital retail space continues to grow, and Cathy was a great source of knowledge to expand and validate our views in all things related to digital retail. We’re looking forward to seeing her again in NYC during NRF2019 and at her Retail Insiders Party.