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Carolina Cansino Leads with a People-First Mindset

Carolina Cansino has more than 18 years of IT experience, and during that time, she has spent 13 years working in the financial services industry. She is hard-working, caring, collaborative, and always going the extra mile for her clients and colleagues. Carolina is based in Mexico where she contributes to the vibrant and welcoming office […]

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Introduction to Scrum Methodology

Introduction This read provides information to the enthusiastic readers the knowledge of scrum Scrum is an Agile model framework. Agile is the best when we need to work quickly. Scrum is an agile method that enables us to concentrate on providing the greatest value to our business in the shortest possible time. It lets us […]

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5 Tips for Refreshing Your Retrospectives

Retrospectives, when run effectively, are an invaluable tool for an agile team. However, these meetings can get stale and tiring if you have one every ten days or if you’re on the same project for multiple years. Keeping your team engaged is key for gathering feedback that you can use to improve moving forward. Here […]

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Do it on Purpose: Intentionality

Have you ever said, “We should do this,” …and then you don’t? That is a lack of intentionality. Being Intentional Comes Easy to Some, Hard for Others The differences in people are beautiful – life would be boring otherwise. If you’ve read results from a personality test, you know each personality has its benefits (things […]

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JIRA – Novice to Pro

You must have heard “Practice makes a Man Perfect” quite a lot and it can be summed up to this one word, i.e., “CONSISTENT”. Make JIRA part of your daily routine spicing it with JIRA Best Practices. Be a JIRA – Novice to Pro User! Yes, this blog is that easy!! Why make JIRA a […]

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Scrum Certifications (Part II)

If you missed the first part, read it here. By Level: Each institution offers at least 3 levels for SM and PO, and each has a different set of prerequisites for taking them. Scrum.Org offers a three-level path for SM and PO certifications, but they are not prerequisites. Some professionals recommend taking the three-level I certifications before going […]

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Guide To Transforming Financial Institutions With Agile

The post-pandemic era has ignited monumental changes in the global financial realm, forcing financial services institutions into unchartered territory when it comes to digitization. Many startups and more and more legacy financial services institutions are reaping the benefits of employing an Agile methodology to digitize at scale and address the customer expectations of today. Agility […]

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Scrum Certifications (Part I)

SCRUM Certifications, like cakes, are not all the same. They come in different flavors, shapes, and colors, and deciding which one suits you best, would depend on different aspects. So, to make your decision a bit easier, we’ll give you a taste of the most well-known options for certifying your SCRUM knowledge. In general, certifications […]

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Sarin Nair Uses a Collaborative, Approachable Style with His Clients

The best and brightest people in the industry come to work at Perficient, providing our clients with exceptional end-to-end support and high levels of expertise. Our colleagues recognize the importance of their work, and they take pride in what they do while working alongside their trusted and respected peers.   Sarin Nair works on our award-winning […]

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Scrum at Glance

Scrum is just one of the Agile frameworks for managing projects/products, but it is one of the best known. While the most important thing is adhering to an agile mindset and principles, there are specific practices that define Scrum–and ensure its benefits.  But, what do the aforementioned “agile mindset and principles” mean? Well, there is […]

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A MDM Success Story: Streamlining Claims Processing and Payments With Reliable, Centralized Data

Does this sound familiar: you’re running multiple point-of-care systems, each with redundant data points collected. But what happens when there are small variations in how data is captured and processed across these systems? As a healthcare provider client of ours discovered, inconsistent data can reduce revenue realization. It caused claims to be improperly matched and […]

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The Importance and Development of An Iteration Plan

As an agile Project Manager, you face a lot of pressure to assure your stakeholders that your project is on track. You are the one the client is calling saying, “are we going to finish this thing on time??” It is imperative to have documentation that can eliminate all doubt that you will. Enter the […]

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