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Author Archives: Prakash Singh


Internet tools

The Internet & You

The internet has enhanced and revolutionized all aspects of our life, both personal or professional. Every day, humans use the power of the internet in everything we do. From ordering pizza to looking for potential clients, the internet is the gift that always gives back. However, the majority of people haven’t leveraged its power to its full potentials.

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To Do list

A Guide to David Allen’s GTD System

Getting Things Done, or GTD for short is a time management method. GTD is the idea of moving planned tasks and projects out of the mind by recording them and then breaking them into actionable work items. This allows one to put primary focus on taking action.

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Software Testing

Quality Assurance – An Overview

It is always frustrating when platforms do not work as expected. It leaves a bad impression on users and often leads to a loss of customers and revenue. The task to avoid such an outcome from occurring fall on the Software Quality Assurance team. Software quality assurance consists of the procedures, techniques, and tools that make sure a product or service aligns with the requirements and does not have any defects.

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Modern Enterprises

The Modern Enterprise – The Business of Business Today

Is it easier today to start a business? Create and market products? Or how about providing services to the masses? These are all questions worth asking. Now more than ever, everything inevitably involves the Internet and with this resource, an enterprise today can quite literally operate from anywhere in this world.

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Customer Relationship Management

Roadmap to Choosing a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) System

Nowadays, there is an unprecedented rush to become a customer-driven organization that develops enduring relationships with its consumers. A recent Accenture study highlighted that companies that have not invested in developing specific Customer relationship management capabilities are leaving millions of dollars in profit on the table.

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