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    Speed information, service and project delivery with integrated strategy and detailed approach.
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    Reduce cost, time and process cycles all in order to provide standard with unmatchable performance and quality.
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    Improve operational efficiency with technology, consulting and best practices.
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    In this ever changing world adaptation is essential in order to achieve sustainable results.
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    We create and develop logical and enduring relations with our clients, enabling us to reach their business goals and maximize their ROI.
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    Single-minded focus to do whatever it takes bringing out our proactive and resourceful approach.
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    Over-deliver on our services to clients, thriving on perfect and maximized value over simple contractual promises.
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    Mold all our services together in order to deliver one-stop-shop i.e. the pillar of our success.

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What to look for in your IT expert

May 29th, 2014
Posted by Mihajlo Kitanoski - Founder, Owner and CEO at CENTROG Information and Communication Technologies
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One of the issues you may be facing as an entrepreneur or company owner is hiring an IT expert that will adequately and professionally take care of your company’s hardware and/or software needs. This can be an especially difficult task if you are not knowledgeable of the area. If there is no way to outsource the hiring process, here is a preliminary list of what to keep in mind when hiring an IT expert:


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How to deal with a software project that is about to fail

May 25th, 2014
Posted by Mihajlo Kitanoski - Founder, Owner and CEO at CENTROG Information and Communication Technologies
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As with any other areas in business developing software will have its ups and downs. And all software project managers, at least most of them must face themselves with projects that fail. Many software project managers agree that this happens a lot more than it should, but still many of them struggle with finding the exact reasons why projects fail and what to do after the failure happens. Seriously, what do to when your project doesn’t go in the right direction?


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Software evaluation guidelines for small companies

May 19th, 2014
Posted by Mihajlo Kitanoski - Founder, Owner and CEO at CENTROG Information and Communication Technologies
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The IT revolution has entered companies of all sizes, thus making the IT manager job position a “must” nowadays. There are variety of software solutions on the market, for almost every sphere of the business, and a lot of changes that occur to them which require attention on a daily basis. This makes evaluating and choosing right software solution even more difficult than suppose to be. Many small companies cannot afford a dedicated IT manager to evaluate all of software options available on a daily basis, and most of the time this burden is left to employees already occupied with different daily tasks. However there are many examples where this approach has not been proven as the right one, since most of the employees do not really take the right parameters in consideration when evaluating the software they are going to use in future. This is why you must have these basic guidelines in mind, at least as a starting point when evaluating a software solution:


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4 Mobile trends to prepare for in the days to come

May 15th, 2014
Posted by Mihajlo Kitanoski - Founder, Owner and CEO at CENTROG Information and Communication Technologies
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In January 2014 over 1 billion devices were registered on Android. iOS already counts 700.000. eBay generated over 20 billion dollars in revenue from mobile phones in the end of 2013. These numbers are a real eye opener for those still haven’t accounted for the power of mobile. It is not just a fad and it will definitely not going to go away anytime soon. Here are the 4 trends your company should be aware of in the near future: ...


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