2020's pandemic accelerated huge transformations towards global remote working. With IR35 and Brexit bringing skills challenges for the 2020s, Offshore Outsourcing to Brazil is a growing trend for software development.
We recognise that all levels of skill are important for growth. A repetitive, boring task for one developer is a chance to learn something new independently for another. We have a strong emphasis on mentoring within the team – there’s something uniquely satisfying about seeing a colleague do well.
How many companies do you know whose CEO conducts all first stage interviews? Is it a clever tactic, intended to intimidate potential candidates? Not at Techifide. For our founder, Ivan, the most important quality all Techifiders share is the ability to not take themselves too seriously.
In Techifide, we like to break paradigms, and we didn’t want our mums to contribute to the negative statistics that plague working mums, so we tried to be flexible with working hours and to listen to each mother’s individual needs so that we could provide them with the support they deserve.
While many home-grown tomatoes are ripening across UK outdoor spaces, awards season is bearing fruit for our growing business. We’re delighted that Techifide has been selected as a finalist for Specialist Vendor of the Year in the Organisational Excellence section of the UK IT Industry Awards 2020. This national recognition at the highest level is a great achievement.
Back in March 2020, COVID-19 was hitting Italy hard and we were starting to see the number of cases increase exponentially here in the UK. On the 23rd of March we went into nationwide lockdown. In Brazil, things weren’t looking very good either. Brazil, like the USA, is made up of many states with local governments and this decentralisation of power brought confusion and caused more harm than good.
This month, Techifide has been shortlisted for not one but two excellence awards from the Global Sourcing Association, home of the rigorous Global Sourcing Standard
Here at Techifide we are passionate about the Built Industry and how technology can improve processes in the field. In this post, we share our first experience with Bentley’s iModel.js, an open-source platform “for creating, querying, modifying, and displaying iModels“. I am using Visual Studio Code, as the project structure is optimized for its use.
Although COVID-19 has given us a year’s reprieve, from April 2021 HMRC starts to enforce IR35: the new legislation…