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Message from the CEO

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I am extremely proud of what we have achieved past year, and even more excited about our outlook for an equally promising future. This past year was a pleasant whirlwind of change, growth and progress, thanks to an epic team and truly cohesive vision. A big thank you to our esteemed and valuable customers who have joined us on this mission. It is satisfying to know that we are able to help our customers operate key aspects of their business more efficiently and economically. Customer satisfaction is the hallmark by which we measure our performance, and we hold ourselves, as do our clients, to the highest standards of quality.

To continue with same momentum, we have taken some initiatives and one of them is “CodeFire Pulse” which is one step forward to connect with our customers. As we would be completing 7 years very soon, we feel it’s time to offer additional value to our customers and also help young entrepreneurs with there IDEAS.

With the advent of Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality and other latest technologies, software industry is witnessing a paradigm shift in the way things are done. We at CodeFire, are really excited about the new directions technology is taking. We are fully committed to embracing new technologies and to provide value added services on these platforms to our clients.

Stay tuned, exciting times ahead!

Pranjal Srivastava

CEO, Founder of CodeFire

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Bring method to StartUp Madness

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We are starting a set of blogs on CodeFire, which will document the learnings we have had over the period of last 6+ years working many startups and entrepreneurs. These blogs will attempt to document the problems that we have seen stratups face and how it was handled effectively.

We have named this series of blogs as #bringMethodToStartUpMadness, so first blog in this series is:

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Start up: How to plan your product development?

In this blog we have documented an approach that we have applied to many projects over the years and have seen it work. This talks in depth about how to manage project wish list and break it down logically into manageable development phases. Read full article

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