Effective utilization of Information Technology has long been a key success factor for businesses in virtually every industry. With the emergence of the Internet, and later on mobile apps, cloud computing, and Internet of Things (IOT), it has become even more crucial for businesses to incorporate IT into their processes in order to stay competitive. Furthermore, the Internet itself has created entirely new areas of business that either were not financially justified, or not even imagined possible in the pre-Internet era.
For companies to be able to take advantage of all the possibilities that recent developments in IT have to offer, they sometimes need to go beyond just purchasing commercial-off-the-shelf software. However, they may also lack the necessary resources to build an in-house high quality software development capabilities. They can tap instead into the expertise and resources that top local custom software development companies have to offer. This article, lists a few reasons why it makes sense for businesses in Toronto and elsewhere to hire custom software development firms like Evenset Inc. The following are drawn from our own hands-on experience building custom software for some of our industry partners.

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In this blog post, continued from the previous post, we will examine the other metrics in the study to see where canada stands in terms of what is considered as Entrepreneurial. 

New Business Ownership Rate

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The second metric we analyzed was the rate of new business ownership. New Business Ownership rate measured the percentage of ...

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In the past few years there has been a constant rhetoric of entrepreneurship in the Canadian media. As many larger businesses suffered a downturn in the recession and its aftermath, many people turned to smaller businesses to continue to economic drive. But this respect for entrepreneurship is not new within Canada, or North America. The entire “American Dream” is based on people being able to draw themselves up by their shoestrings and become successful through entrepreneurship. As our economy continues to develop and change to being a tertiary economy, entrepreneurship will continue to prosper to help facilitate that change. How does this compare to the other countries rapidly moving towards a tertiary economy? Where does Canada stand in entrepreneurship? How can we use this data to continue aiding entrepreneurship in Canada?

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