29
Jul
2021

Created by Uptime: Sign365 Enables Digital Document Signing in SharePoint 

Uptime has released the Sign365 module that allows companies using Microsoft 365 cloud services to digitally sign documents via ID-card, Mobile-ID, and Smart-ID without ever leaving SharePoint. 

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22
Jul
2021

Overview: What Programming Languages Are in Demand by Developers and by Customers? 

There’s often an interesting dynamic noticeable between developers and customers: developers would prefer to use the languages and frameworks that interest them most at any given moment, while customers would like to use the technologies that have underpinned their earlier solutions. 

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16
Jul
2021

Uptime’s HR Manager Answers 5 Common Questions Heard From Job Applicants 

Uptime almost always has room for hard-working and diligent people within its ranks, which means that you can find a handful of vacancies at almost any time. In order to make the application process easier and add some more transparency to the whole process, Uptime’s HR Manager Marge answers the five most common questions she has heard in interviews and in interactions with candidates. 

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07
Jul
2021

Uptime Is a Microsoft Gold-Certified Partner for the 15th Year in a Row

For the 15th year in a row, Uptime has been awarded the status of Microsoft Gold-Certified partner in the fields of application development, information management, data centers, and messaging solutions.

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01
Jul
2021

7 Steps in Software Testing That Help to Ensure the Best Possible Outcome 

Even though testing is usually grouped into a single activity on most development infographics then, in reality, developing high-quality software requires dozens, if not hundreds, of different tests throughout the process. 

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16
Jun
2021

Scope creep: why it happens and how to avoid it? 

With any development project, one of the first things that needs to be agreed upon is the scope: what will be developed, what features it needs to have, and at what point can one say that the project is now ready. Based on this a price estimate will be prepared and if all looks good the work can begin.  

If everything goes according to plan, then the end result of the project will perfectly match what was agreed upon beforehand. However, the project budget and timeline may start to slip if the scope of the project starts to increase. 

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09
Jun
2021

What to look out for when choosing a development platform? 

If it’s decided that a new software solution needs to be created to serve the needs of a company, then one of the first things you must decide on with your development partner is the technology that’s going to be used for the project. There are dozens of various aspects to think about during this process, but some of the most important ones are as follows. 

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03
Jun
2021

From a product catalog to a full-fledged online store: how Uptime created Esvika’s new web presence 

Customers’ expectations for online stores are higher than ever and gone are the times where merely having a web-based product catalog was enough. As such, Esvika, a company focusing on electrical supplies, decided that it’s time to move towards a fully functional online store, which also needs to be integrated with the company’s other systems, including warehousing and accounting software. 

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31
May
2021

Business-minded development partner: how Uptime created L’Oreal Luxe’s complex budgeting system 

When looking at L’Oréal Luxe’s business processes, there is no system more important than the budgeting system – it must be able to cope with nearly 60 000 item numbers, and as it’s crucial for planning and revenue calculations, it must be loaded with all the necessary features, and work without a hitch at all times. 

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28
May
2021

Uptime’s digital solution enabled North Estonia Medical Centre to move on from paper based reporting on cancer cases

The North Estonia Medical Centre now submits information about cancer cases to the National Institute for Health Development using a digital solution created by Uptime, being the first health care provider in the country to do so.

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