List of Bug Tracking Software

As a company that maintains a large in-house software development team (for Staff.com and Time Doctor), we have always been interested in bug tracking software. Two years ago, we started a public spreadsheet of bug tracking tools where anyone check out and compare the best software for them. The spreadsheet includes popular paid options like Jira and Microsoft Team Foundation and also lots of great open source alternatives. Read more…


The Power of Customer Retention Infographic by Kapow Events

The Power of Customer Retention (Infographic)

Which is better, retaining current customers or acquiring new ones? Read more…


Elizabeth Saunders and the 3 Secrets to Effective Time Investment

I met Elizabeth Saunders through email. She reached out to us through our chat app and I got one of the weirdest emails in history from Justin who mans our chat box. “Some woman wants to talk to you, says she knows you and she seems adamant.” Read more…


The Productivity Gurus Infographic

The Productivity Gurus (Infographic)

In our quest for perfecting our productivity software, we’ve been observing many visionary entrepreneurs, innovators and business leaders who are wielding strong influence on today’s business landscape. But when it comes to revolutionizing the productivity landscape, these are some of the people who we found were the most influential. Read more…


21 Must-Know Strategies for Managing Virtual Teams

I’ve been working with hundreds of virtual team members in over 9 different countries in the past 8 years. Managing remote employees oftentimes made me want to tear my hair out. Read more…


Salaries Around the World: Awesome Interactive Infographic!

Ever wonder what the rates of tech developers are around the world? Look no further! We teamed up with the guys from infoactive.us to put together this awesome new interactive infographic on the average salaries of IT professionals around the world. Read more…


Money invested by giants infograph

Money Invested by Tech Giants (Infographic)

In 2012, only 18 countries exceeded $500B in GDP. If Apple were a country, it would have the 18th largest economy in the world. Read more…