According to a recent study nearly 1 of 2 people (46%) loses data every year for various reasons: From hardware failure to security breaches and user errors, your data is might not be as safe as you believe. The result of data loss can be devastating. According to CloudBackup’s Facts about Data Loss 60% of […]Read More Is your backup strategy good enough?
The 80/20 rule, also known as the principle of factor sparsity states that 80% of the events come from 20% of the reasons. In his book The 80/20 Sales and marketing, Perry Marshal demonstrates how 80% of your results come from 20% of your efforts. 80% of your sales come from 20% of your customers […]Read More Use the 80/20 principle to 10x your software’s profitability
Almost every business I know struggles with one major problem: How to build better products. Building products that fit your customers is a sure way of making your sales department’s life easier and increasing your revenue. Your sales and marking divisions don’t need to pull teeth to make a sale and customers actually buy a […]Read More How much do you really know about your customers?
Preface At Inverted Software we get many requests from customers that invested in projects, but didn’t get the results they have hoped for. Maybe your project is running late, over budget or maybe it doesn’t meet your quality expectations and is riddled with bugs. In any case, if you feel something needs to be done […]Read More Project Rescue – How To Recover From a Development Nightmare
With Verizon’s $1.35 million FCC fine over violating net neutrality by using Super Cookies, consumers have become aware of a new breed of Cookies. Cookies that store large amount of tracking information on the user’s machines and that the browser cannot block, even in privacy mode. Such Cookies can track users across the web and […]Read More Worried about Super Cookies? Here Is How To Protect Yourself
At Inverted Software we work closely with our customers to design systems that fit their needs. A part of every system is its data store, also referred to as Data Mart or Data Warehouse. There are five main database categories: SQL Databases SQL (Structured Query Language) databases are designed for managing data held in a […]Read More So Which Database Should I Use?
According to Indeed, workers in Los Angeles are the happiest in the nation. Indeed compiled over 10 million employer reviews on their company pages to produce their report. According to the report, job satisfaction is most strongly correlated with the scores employees leave for work-life balance. Workers described the following as important to being happy […]Read More Los Angeles Ranks First in the US for Worker Happiness
In 2273, a Starfleet monitoring station, Epsilon Nine, detects an alien ship, hidden in a massive cloud of energy, moving through space towards Earth. At the center of the massive ship, V’Ger is revealed to be Voyager 6, a 20th-century Earth space probe believed lost. The damaged probe was found by an alien race of […]Read More Do You Have a V’Ger System Without a Creator?
At Inverted Software we love entrepreneurs. We work closely with many funded startups to create MVPs (Minimum Viable Product) or to enhance existing systems. When raising a Seed or an A series round, founders are often asked very technical questions by their potential investors. They are expected to be able to lead a development team […]Read More Looking for a Technical Co-Founder? Consider an Interim CTO Instead!
At Inverted Software we have customers in various industries from banking to entertainment. We always convey them the same message: Good software will not make you, but bad software can break you. It doesn’t matter what you sell. If you use software to run or market your business, you need to start thinking of yourself […]Read More You Are a Technology Company