Author Archives: Sigma Commerce

4 Signs Your Software Isn’t Working for You

Software has transformed the way we work. Firms can implement new technologies that automate mundane tasks. Today, we enjoy increased productivity and accuracy with the freedom to pursue more meaningful work. If you’ve been using the same software for a … Read More

Tech Support Pop Quiz

Tech support is a critical function for any business. We look to tech support to help us fix our computers and troubleshoot software. Do you think you have what it takes to become a tech support hero? Let’s test your … Read More

Why is There so Much Bad Advice About How to Become a Software Engineer

Software engineering is an occupation in high demand. If you love technology, tinkering, and building things, software engineering might suit you. But how do you become a software engineer? Of course, as anyone would, you might start by going to … Read More

Ecommerce Metrics You Need to Measure

When you run an ecommerce website, there are a dozen or more things you need to keep track of regularly. These metrics will help you sell more, reach out to a broader audience, and directly impact your bottom line. Though … Read More

5 Signs You Need A New Inventory Management Software

Many ecommerce businesses start from the home garage as their first location. Managing inventory was easy. The business owner could easily walk over and look at how much inventory was on hand. As the volume and SKU count grow, it … Read More

Values Spotlight: Client Success

Client success spotlight with David He, Software Engineer. Client Success: Our clients are our partners. Their success defines our success. We are a direct extension of our clients and value the trust they place in us above all else. ~Sigma … Read More

Tech Corner: Try-Catch-Finally and Using Syntax in C# Application

By David He, Software Engineer As C# programmers we know that it is good practice to put code into the try-catch block for the application execution security and put any executing-required code in the finally block; but some people forget … Read More

Working from Home is Bad for Your Health

Time to reflect on working remotely and now that’s coming to a close. Let’s look at all the ways working from home is bad for your long-term health and happiness. We brainstormed 22 reasons why working from home can be … Read More

Tech Corner: Gaming as a Pathway to IT Learning

All images in this article are screen captures of actual game play, with the exception of the chart. Games provide a great way to relax and take a mental break from work. On a rare occasion, you find a game … Read More

Tech Corner: 3D Printing Everyday Objects

One employee received a 3D printer for his birthday last year; since then, he’s been printing custom products to make his life easier. 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, creates three-dimensional components from CAD models. Digital blueprints can be … Read More