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Sagitec Blog

Breaking Down Silos: LCNC for Non-Profit Data Integration

Non-profits face many hurdles in their efforts, including resource constraints and process automation. However, one of the most significant challenges is the lack of integration between their teams and systems. This gap often leads to silos that hinder efficiency and productivity.


From Feedback to Features: How User Input Shapes Our Software Development

A critical aspect of software development is paying close attention to user input. At Sagitec, we make a concerted effort to capture user feedback at all stages, from development to implementation. We aim to create software tailored to clients’ needs and solve their needs today and tomorrow.


Cloud Native or Cloud Agnostic? What Your Organization Needs to Know

One debate ends, but a second begins.

The first question focused on whether an organization should be on the cloud.


The One Most Forgotten Factor When Choosing a Software Partner

Picture this: you’re on your organization's review and selection committee. You’ve been charged with reviewing the available software vendors and choosing the best one for your organization. You know you have significant needs and require a platform that can scale to meet your increasing workloads over time. Plus, you’re on a budget.


Four Essential Tips for a Successful Pension Administration System Implementation

Pension agencies have faced historically challenging times. Many public funds are still looking for the right solution to meet the needs of their members. The right software system can help public pension agencies meet their goals, but only if the solution implementation succeeds. 


Monoliths vs. Microservices: Which Software Architecture is Right for Your Organization

Speed versus scale. Cloud versus on-prem. Monolith or microservice.

There are many factors to weigh when determining the right architecture service for your organization. The right setup for your organization should be one that most aligns with its objectives. Understanding the two most common software structures can help you identify how best to proceed.


A Future Model for Remote Delivery Systems

"Technology allows people to connect anytime, anywhere, to anyone from almost any device. This is dramatically changing the way we work, facilitating 24/7 collaboration with colleagues dispersed across time zones, countries, and continents." – Michael Dell


Platform Scalability – The Story of Scaling During a Global Pandemic

When the global Coronavirus pandemic hit the U.S. economy in early 2020, the U.S. unemployment rate spiked. New legislation complicated benefits distribution as new systems, new business rules, and new processes were stood up at a moment's notice to deal with the crisis. Of course, one objective for all Sagitec's customers was performance—we needed to serve the hundreds of thousands of people accessing our applications every day.


Agile Methodology of Software Development - Pros and Cons

The goal of any software should be to provide the best value possible while maximizing profits. The software development process is critical in ensuring that the Return on Investment is optimized.


Programming Wars? That’s history

The early days of computer programming were quite daunting for everyone. Different types and makes of desktops and PCs had their own unique features and architecture and computing power was expensive. This forced programmers to create specific machine instructions so that different machines could understand and interpret the code. This proved to be slow and tough for programmers. When Object Oriented Programming (OOP) languages came into existence, it helped programmers to solve many problems instead of spending time on writing machine instructions.

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