Pentalog launching a new website www.pentalog.com! On this occasion we are running a contest on Twitter (using Like a Bird App). All you have to do is retweet our contest status and follow Pentalog’s official Twitter account and you are automatically in the race for winning a Smappee smart home energy monitor.
The winner will be drawn and announced on Friday, December 18th, stay tuned!
Following the audits conducted in our Orléans headquarters, and Brasov and Sibiu delivery centers, the Afnor auditors confirm our ISO certification!
The audit allowed them to identify many strong points, which highlight:
a rich prospecting and customer-focused system based on a rather exhaustive process that is constantly evolving,
high level activities regarding recruitment, collaborator integration and training, which is seldom a characteristic of other companies,
diverse and evolving tools implemented to support our processes,
real and visible activities of continuous improvement, which allow us to ...
Outsourcing your IT services goes beyond trusting a third party with the creation of a product or solution. The process must be part of a real corporate strategy entailing an engaging and productive approach. This is why we have always taken time to explain to our clients what we do, how we do it, and what the costs are. But in order to understand how the entire process works, maybe you should first come and visit our delivery centers.
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After convincing world-class startups all over Europe and now already serving 3 American clients in Cincinnati and Boston, it became obvious to Pentalog that time had come to dedicate a special offer to the US market and locate a first operation team in Boston.
After a deep study of Boston startups, we noticed that despite the incredible number of world-class students there, they are never enough to cover the inextinguishable imagination of MA startup creators! Furthermore, the number of powerful VCs creates a permanent acceleration ...
The results of the Digital Services Companies seem to follow the same pattern. They vary between bad and very bad. Almost all big actors have registered low sales figures and in this context managers will surely start reconsidering burden sharing. This makes me ask myself what’s the purpose in preserving sales forces that are already more or less unproductive and most of the time outdated (not Anglophone enough, not cloud compliant, not 2.0 compliant, and stuck to an obsolete business ...