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Three tips for a successful enterprise software project

At Anterec, we're a software development team who likes to see projects delivered to our clients. We've worked on many successful projects and that got us thinking about what actually makes a project succeed.

Looking back at some of the projects we've seen, we decided to put together our top three tips for a successful software project.
Tip 1: Don't overcomplicate it This has got to be the number one rule for a successful software project! Overcomplicating your software architecture is the surest way of killing it before it even gets started.

Some projects are complicated. This is where you really need to break it down into smaller, easily-manageable parts that can be delivered in short timescales. You can then see what you're getting, check if it's going in the right direction, and forecast how long it's going to take to get the whole project completed. Any good software team should be able to help your business follow Agile methodologies to manage the pr…
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IR35: What it means for UK businesses that use contractors

Upcoming changes to the off-payroll working rules for clients, workers and their intermediaries are likely to cause serious disruption to temporary contract workers and their clients across the UK. This article takes an in-depth look at what the changes are and what businesses can do to make sure they have the flexible workforce they need to remain productive.
What is IR35? There have been a lot of discussions recently about the upcoming changes to the IR35 legislation but IR35 has actually been in effect since 1999. The main difference is that currently the responsibility for determining if contractors are working as an effective employee - whether they are working inside or outside IR35 - lies with the contractor.
The aim of the legislation is to tackle perceived unfairness in the way individuals are taxed depending upon whether they are a permanent employee of a company or a contractor working through their own limited company.  When do the latest changes come into effect? The lat…