What You Can Expect From an Account Manager in a Software Development Company
The roles and responsibilities of a developer and project manager are pretty well established and rather straightforward—one builds software, the other ensures that project work goes as planned.
When to Use Python and How Can It Benefit Your Business?
When thinking about starting a project, we tend to get bogged down by uncertainty about which technology should be used for best results, and when.
How to Decode What Developers Say? A Guide for Non-tech Project Managers to Mitigate Risks
As much as we all love our developers, sometimes it’s hard to understand what they really mean when they talk about work.
What Is a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) and Why Do You Need One?
A minimum viable product (MVP) paves the way for the successful creation of many software products. An MVP lets you gauge the demand and test your idea without the risk of sinking significant resources into full...
How Businesses and VCs Deal with Covid-19—Growth Strategies for Startups, SMBs, and Enterprises
Marta Klimowicz is the Head of Growth at Monterail. Operating at the intersection of sales, technology, data, and marketing, she is responsible for creating and executing growth strategies.
Remote Work at Monterail—Leader and Team Member Perspectives
In one of our recent posts, we delved a little into how we ensure smooth operations during the COVID-19 pandemic, what our remote-first approach means to our clients, and listed some of the remote work resources we find...
Dealing with COVID-19—How Different Sectors Are Handling the Outbreak and Coping with the Fallout
The coronavirus pandemic continues to impact our personal and professional lives on a variety of levels. Alongside grave concerns for the health and safety of our relatives and friends, many of us have been watching the...
A List Of Useful Tools for Remote Work
At Monterail, we believe in human interaction being prior to tools and processes. This and similar beliefs have always made us feel strongly connected to the Agile Manifesto.
Pizza Hut Case Study: Introducing Contact-Free Delivery In Less Than 5 Hours
Imagine you’re running a leading restaurant in the country or even a small bistro in the city center, and suddenly due to higher power, you need to close your business.
How We Handle the Remote-First Approach at Monterail
Earlier this year, we introduced the remote-first approach to our organization as one of our Key Initiatives for 2020. Why such a radical shift?
How We Work and Ensure Smooth Operations During the Covid-19 Outbreak
In the extraordinary time of Coronavirus disease outbreak, both our personal lives and business get affected. Not every sector can keep their business-as-usual operations, and this is true even in the tech world.
How Relocation Package Helps Us Attract Top Talent
As the appetite for software development services continues to grow all around the world, finding top developers becomes more and more difficult.
Berlin as an HR Tech Hub—10 Inspiring Startups and Their Tech Stacks
Yielding innovative startups and attracting established brands, Berlin has risen to prominence as a budding HR tech hub. And while many startups fail within five years after commencing operations, there is a strong...
Why Ruby on Rails Is Still a Good Choice in 2020 [UPDATED]
On the cusp of each new year, we’re usually pelted by articles proclaiming the death of this gem of a framework. And while Ruby on Rails is almost 15 years old, it’s nowhere close to passing on from the world of...
How to Prepare a Product Spec When Outsourcing Software Development
It usually goes like this: you spend long hours with your team on creating a perfect brief for your product. You send it out to a few software companies and receive a set of additional questions from every one of them.
What's the Difference Between a Proof of Concept, Prototype, and MVP?
In the world of software development, you'll hear these three terms thrown around during almost every project. Proof of concept, prototype, and minimum viable product.