Archive | May 17, 2017

Small Cap Stock, Obee’s Franchise Systems Inc., Featured In Audio Interview At Smallcapvoice

To listen to the audio interview featuring small cap company Obee’s Franchise Systems, Inc. (OTC Pink Sheets: OBFM) with interviewee Peter Brown please go to our website, listed in the resource box.

Obee’s Soups Salads & Subs is owned by Obee’s Franchise Systems Inc., Obee’s currently has over 50 restaurants open and in development across 21 states. The company has commitments to open over 1,000 additional locations over the next ten years. The chain has won numerous local and regional awards for its food menu and service.

Obee’s Franchise Systems, Inc., (OTC Pink Sheets: CYPW) is an OTC Pink Sheets listed small cap stock company, who recently announced that the first restaurant in Port St. Lucie, Florida has been sold by the company’s Area Developer for St. Lucie county. The obee’s(R) soups, salads & subs, located 10075 S. Federal Highway in the Port St. Lucie Town Center has recently been sold by Bruce Campbell to Mr. and Mrs. Ronaldo Silva. The transaction now clears the way for Obee’s Franchise Systems, Inc. and Mr. Campbell to begin selling new franchises in the territory.

‘Bruce made a very prudent decision when he first agreed to be an area developer for our company,’ explained Peter Brown OBFM President. ‘He decided that instead of immediately selling franchises of a restaurant brand that at the time was unknown in this area, he would instead operate the first location himself and thus become an expert. He has done just that and now we’re ready to assist him in every way possible.’

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Software Development Outsourcing

Advantages and Disadvantages of Software Development Outsourcing

Outsourcing is an arrangement in which one company provides services for another company that could also be or usually have been provided in-house. Nowadays, outsourcing is a trend in a competitive software development and it is expanding all over the world. Software development is very much suitable for the better working of a company. This means that another company is hired to do the task of software development. Outsourcing the software development projects can be advantageous, but sometimes if it is incorrectly executed, it can result to unusable projects. In this article, let’s see some of its advantages and disadvantages.

The advantages of Software Development Outsourcing:

Cost efficiency – companies don’t have to worry about buying expensive software and hardware. Software development technology indulge it. Lower Training cost – it is very expensive thing to give trainings to the new employees. Normally, three or more days are consumed. So, by hiring services from a software outsourcing company, the time and efforts are saved. Time – due to strict time line of some software projects, it is become required to outsource a component of software development projects in order to meet the time demand of the projects. Software companies take credit of immediate pool of skilled developers. Skills – in a situation like software companies outsource, sometimes need a skilled personnel for software development technologies.

The disadvantages of Software Development Outsourcing:

Disappointment – companies can produce code of a poor quality. It involves here who will be the responsible for maintaining the code or project. Need of Constant Management – one of the main reason why projects fail because there is no good manager. A leader who is in constant communication to the clients and also understands the needs or requirements of the clients. Testing is more difficult – generally, testing phase is the most difficult stage in system’s development life cycle. You will undergo more testing cases. If you test a piece of software that was developed in an offshore in-house and find a problem, so there’s a need to communicate to the offshore vendor. This could cause problems because the offshore vendor might not be able to propagate the problem. It could possibly easy to fix the problem if they could see the machine. Or maybe the problem is not properly communicated.

These are the different advantages and disadvantages of software development outsourcing.