Ashish Patel

Ashish Patel is the CEO and Founder of Simpat Tech.

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How a Houston-Based Energy Consultant Keeps Costs Low with Custom Enterprise Software

Mar 5, 2020 9:30:31 AM / by Ashish Patel

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What Went Wrong? App Usage in Iowa's 2020 Democratic Primary Caucus

Feb 24, 2020 4:40:05 PM / by Ashish Patel

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Bugs are a common part of any application’s development process, highlighting opportunities to improve functionality and achieve greater stability. 

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Why Scalable IT Software Infrastructures Should Matter to Manufacturers

Feb 10, 2020 10:37:55 AM / by Ashish Patel

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How a Lack of Scalable Integrations Infrastructure Threatens Manufacturing Companies

Feb 7, 2020 12:49:48 PM / by Ashish Patel

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Simpat Named a 2020 “Best Place to Code” by Software Guru

Jan 29, 2020 2:11:56 PM / by Ashish Patel

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Is Your IT Vendor Letting You Down? 7 Common Symptoms You Need to Know

Jan 27, 2020 10:21:52 AM / by Ashish Patel

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Outsourcing important IT tasks to domain experts and specialist teams can provide great value for a growing company. However, it’s also unfortunately uncommon for IT vendors to fail to deliver on agreed-upon standards, costing companies even more money over time.

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The #1 Question Every Company That Outsources IT Needs to Ask

Jan 24, 2020 10:38:23 AM / by Ashish Patel

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How "Homegrown" IT Infrastructure Puts Growing Companies at Risk

Jan 22, 2020 10:48:51 AM / by Ashish Patel

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8 Signs Your IT Team Has Outgrown Its Resources (And What to Do Next)

Jan 17, 2020 11:19:28 AM / by Ashish Patel

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Small companies just getting started can quickly get up-to-speed with a few loosely connected solutions and basic data management systems. 

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Did Boeing's Software Development Outsourcing Affect the 737 MAX?

Oct 24, 2019 7:09:36 AM / by Ashish Patel

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The tragic case of consecutive crashes involving Boeing's ambitious new 737 MAX 8 model airplanes has forced both governments and the public to more deeply assess the current lay of the aeronautics industry.

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