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Ciklum Seminar Zurich April 4, 2013 Daniel Seiler (Parx AG)

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Clients with Nearshore Development Teams …

Clients with Nearshore Development Teams
Several Swiss companies working with their own nearshoring software development teams in Eastern Europe will share their experiences, best-practicies and advices, relataive to making optimal use of agile software development tools and team collaboration solutions.

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  • 1. PARX AG Ciklum Panel Discussion „What works in real life?“Daniel Seiler, 4.4.2013Head of Engineering
  • 2. PARX – IN A NUTSHELL • Leading Salesforce Platinum Partner in the DACH area • 14 years of experience in over 500 Salesforce and e-business projects • More than 45 engaged employees with over 60 certifications (consultants and developers) • 8 locations in Switzerland, Germany, Austria and Belarus
  • 3. PARX NEARSHORING SETUP • Team of four employees in Minsk, Belarus • Starting with one person in 2011. Continuous growth. • Highly skilled software engineers mainly working on Salesforce/Force.com development • Mixed project teams across different locations • Visit in Zurich twice a year • Strong team leader in Minsk
  • 4. COLLABORATION TOOLS • Salesforce Chatter • Issue Tracking based on Salesforce • Google Chat, Mail, Google Docs • Google Hangouts, Skype, Go-To Meeting • Box.com But: - More important than tools is the personal relationship - Using the right tool in the right situation is key

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