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Security, Mobile UX and Data Analytics among Top Software Development Priorities for 2014-15

SoftServe's 2014 Software Development Trends Survey report identifies a growing focus on sophisticated mobile UX and preventive security measures in software development industry

AUSTIN, Texas, Nov. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- SoftServe, a leading global software application development and consulting company, together with ExecutiveBrief, has completed its annual Software Development Trends Survey for the 5th consecutive year. The survey highlights key software development trends and priorities for 2014-2015, as well as strategic priorities for the software development industry.

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Some of the highlights of the 2014 survey include:

  • In comparison with the previous year, more companies are working on defining their data analytics and data science strategy. This explains the growing need for adaptive and agile Business Intelligence tools and applications.
  • With the disruptive convergence of physical and digital worlds, many companies report they are finding Mobile UX, Solution Architecture and Connection to legacy Enterprise systems the most challenging elements of mobile solutions development. Mobile UX rose as an identified challenge.
  • The exposure of data to recent frequent security breaches makes security a huge concern in the software development process. Most respondents indicated an interest and need for third-party assistance to load test security solutions, validate security measures, and develop sophisticated security measures to protect their data.
  • As mobility increasingly becomes a key direction of software developers, companies are putting less effort into defining mobility strategies and are actively engaging in developing and implementing innovative mobile applications.

SoftServe's Software Development Trends report also notes the continuous growth of third-party relationships in software development, with 70% of surveyed organizations engaging in outsourcing at some level, as well as providing clear evidences of increased interest and participation in outsourcing as part of a strategic business model.

"With mobile technologies transforming all aspects of business and social interaction, more and more of our customers are looking to us to help them with their mobile UX design, so it's no surprise this was identified as a concern across the industry," said Juan Turruellas, Executive Vice President World Wide Sales and Marketing at SoftServe. "We're also seeing a rise in demand from companies who are creating disruptive business innovations and need sophisticated security measures to protect data."

Download the full Software Development Trends Report here.

About SoftServe

SoftServe, a leading global software application development and consulting company, offers robust competencies in software optimization, SaaS/Cloud, Mobile, UI/UX and Big Data/Analytics. SoftServe developed Abiliton, a set of adaptive best practices comprised of people, processes and technology to ensure predictable, repeatable results for faster time to market and scalable growth. SoftServe has over 20 years of industry excellence delivering rich user experiences, intuitive products and solutions for vertical markets such as healthcare, retail and technology. Offices are located in North America, Eastern and Western Europe. For more information please visit www.softserveinc.com.

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