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Are you closing your skills gap when staffing your projects? Here's why you should.
Closing your skills gap so you can effectively surge demands you have the right team in place. Here's what to look for when assembling your team.
If you lack key skills needed to make an individual project a success, product development suffers. Is there a solution?
Integrated Computer Solutions, Inc. (ICS) has relocated its Boston-area headquarters from Bedford to Waltham, Mass.
ICS' work in automotive touches both UX and CX.
The auto manufacturers are being challenged on so many fronts these days: are they up to this challenge as well?
Given our unique perspective on IFE and IVI, we're able to comment on the efforts of smartphone manufacturers to become the IVI platform for cars.
There are many challenges when considering software development in general.
Among the many things we've learned in building retail kiosks is the expectation for user interaction changes as the size of the display gets larger.
Here at ICS demand for our touchscreen-related services has grown by leaps and bounds.
At some point in any extended-length developement project, you're going to need what I'm calling a Surge.
In this blog post, we will explore the planning for the unknown unknowns as the best insurance.