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Or How to Release People from Their Insecurities and Make Them Self-Confident

Dec 25, 2019

The 21st century is the era of bold decision and frantic pace of development. Gone are the days when people (and deers) ran away from their problems and then miraculously got rescue (or didn’t get any, it comes down to luck). The 2020s are coming - the time when even a red-nosed fawn can launch its own startup and make a revolution - if not a technological revolution, then a mental one. How exactly? Read it in a new Christmas story from Andersen.... Read more

5 most popular categories of applications for organizing internal processes in a business

Dec 23, 2019

Mobile applications have been introduced into the business for several years. There are many types and categories of software that companies from various fields use. However, there are several categories of applications that are most popular. In this article, we are going to consider the 5 most popular types of software for organizing internal business processes.... Read more

Why application is essential for business?

Nov 29, 2019

In the modern era, applications are growing in popularity. This is true for both mobile and web apps. Moreover, applications are preferred not only by ordinary users but also by entire companies. In this article, we are going to consider the advantages of working via your own platform using the example of a company that provides services in the field of financial consulting and asset management.... Read more

Lock, Stock and a Lucky Salesman

Nov 18, 2019

Working in IT gives you the opportunity to visit different parts of the world. But how often do you get the chance for a business-trip to lead to the world capital of nightlife and unstoppable fun? We’re finding out from our VP Sales and co-founder, Alexander Orlov.... Read more

What Andersen Has Done for Football Being Shown in British Pubs All the Time

Nov 14, 2019

Going to Newcastle in order to implement CRM for a company that is responsible for media content in pubs across the country? An ordinary task for our specialists! We are talking to our full-time Microsoft Dynamics 365 consultant, Kirill Mikhaltsov, about the specifics of business platforms, why Screach is no longer a startup but something more, the specifics of British management, the affinity of Tech Lead's souls around the world, and about pubs of course.... Read more

Interview with the founder of Andersen for Radio Free Europe

Nov 04, 2019

What does Аndersen IT-company want to achieve by organizing public meetings with Svetlana Alexievich, Artemiy Troitsky, Stanislav Shushkevich and other significant personalities? Why shouldn't we ignore Greta Tunberg's concerns? And is it true that IT specialists are afraid of getting familiar with ladies? This and many other things were discussed in a conversation between Radio Free Europe and Alexander Khomich, the founder of Andersen IT-company.... Read more

Some impressions and analysis

Oct 30, 2019

It would seem that Europe no longer has unexplored corners. Everything is open, everything is just a few hours by air from us. However, what do you know about, let us say, Slovenia? A tiny republic with a unique nature, a powerful economy, and enormous potential for business development. What in this country might spark your interest? Denis Ostapchenya, our Head of Banking and FinTech Sales, who often goes there on business trips, answers.... Read more

Fresh Look at AI Logic

Oct 23, 2019

A situation where Artificial Intelligence really has to decide who will live and who will die is not a topic for theoretical discussions or a plot for science fiction anymore, but the near future. The probability is very low, but with Big Data the event is inevitable.... Read more

IT-bubble

Oct 14, 2019

Thousands of fraud cases resulting in the imprisonments of yesterday’s top managers, dozens of suicides, $5 trillion in losses for the global economy - these are the most terrifying after-effects of the dot-com crisis. From 2000 to 2004, up to 50% of hi-tech companies went bankrupt. Twenty years ago, the world market was obviously overheating, so a financial crisis in the IT sphere was only a matter of time. Even now, some economic features indicate that stocks of such startups as Uber, Spotify, Lyft, and other IT unicorns are highly overrated. In this article, we are going to analyze the state of the hi-tech companies global market in 2000 to figure out why the dot-com crisis was unavoidable. Then, we will consider the current macroeconomic indicators of the IT sector and predict how far we are from the next crisis. ... Read more

New Rules of the New Economy

Sep 27, 2019

Let’s take roughly several innovative tech companies, like Lyft, Uber, Slack… Do you know what they have in common? All of them are loss-making! But how come? How is it possible that they remain to be well-known and successful? Why do investors give their money to those who have been unprofitable for years and can make old-school market strategists, accustomed to EBITDA and price/equity indicators, cry? Is this another financial bubble or a change of rules? Since many of Andersen's projects fall within the domain of financial technology, we were curious to find out how it works:... Read more

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