Neomobile announces an important change in its Top Management organization

The new governance will see the two founders, Claudio Rossi and Gianluca D’Agostino, become Co-CEOs within Neomobile Group.

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Rome, 20th of May 2015 – Eight years since its incorporation, Neomobile announced today an important change in its organization, becoming a Co-CEO structure, with Claudio Rossi joining Gianluca D’Agostino at the top of the Group. D’Agostino and Rossi, both founders of Neomobile, have been working together side by side in the role of CEO and COO respectively since 2007, and have jointly built the leading mobile commerce company. Today Neomobile announced this organization change, which aims to fuel the Group’s strategic outlook, strengthening its core business and boosting the B2B mobile payment business unit: Onebip. D’Agostino will now be focusing primarily on Onebip, the global mobile payment service, launching innovative products to boost monetization for digital merchants and app developers. Rossi will be dedicated to Neomobile’s core business, aiming to expand Neomobile’s markets into new business regions, and launch new projects to spread the advertising monetization business. Commenting on this evolutionary step, D’Agostino highlighted: “We see an increased number of opportunities around us and we know that we have the assets, the credibility and the know-how to take advantage of them and to grow even further. To empower our strategy we are giving more independence and investing more into Onebip, aiming to make it a world class leader in mobile monetization. Stay tuned for future Onebip announcements.” Rossi said: “After several years as COO of Neomobile, I proudly assume this new role aiming to focus on our core business, develop new projects and scout new markets. I will keep working hard to improve Neomobile as a learning organization able to compete and win in our challenging markets.взять срочный займ на карту без отказавзять кредит онлайн

Italian Agile Days 2015: Onebip’s Giorgio Sironi on Property-based testing

Giorgio Sironi, Onebip’s programmer, participated at the latest edition of Italian Agile Days, held in Brescia, Italy, on 6th and 7th of November 2015, where he held a session “Property-based testing: extending examples to a specification”

  The Italian Agile Days is a free conference dedicated to Agile methods for development and project management software that gathers software developers, project leaders, IT managers, testers, architects, and coaches who have experiences to share, or that are only at the beginning. The event provides great opportunity to exchange ideas, with 3 main focuses: the practical knowledge, the field experience and active involvement of all participants. We talked with Giorgio on the importance of the conference and it’s highlights. He confirmed that “the event has been *the* Italian conference dedicated to the evangelization of Agile methods for the last 10 years and more; the Italian Agile Movement is definitely not jumping on the Agile certification bandwagon but has been there from the start instead”. The event highlights were, in Giorgio’s opinion, Kanban metrics presentations from Sky UK, dedicated to lead time and other measurements with a wink to the #noestimates movement and the measured incorrelation between estimates and actual time elapsed for the development of user stories, and a keynote by Sam Newman from Thoughtworks, the inventor of the term microservices, about the history of distributed applications starting from RPC and WS-* SOAP up to where we are now, RESTful services. If you are interested in Giorgio’s session on Property-based testing: extending examples to a specification click here to find more details on the topic or download slides.

Check out the conversation on Twitter regarding the event with the hashtag #iad15  and the official IAD profile.  взять срочный займ на карту без отказавзять кредит онлайн

Top questions merchants ask about carrier billing answered

Editor’s note: This is part of a monthly blog series by Gokmen Atak, Onebip’s Product Offer & Quality Specialist.  Gokmen aims to share his “Tips of the month” which includes product features and updates that Onebip partners can take advantage of to improve their mobile payment offering.  Please feel free to add your comments at the end of the post. Carrier billing is the only working mobile payment method on a global scale. Google, Samsung, Electronic Arts and Sony have already seen its potential and are already offering it. Carrier billing is expected to grow to $13 billion by 2017 for digital goods payments only. In this Tip of the Month, I will list the questions most frequently asked by merchants about carrier billing and will answer them. Read more

We love physical interaction. (Pun intended)

Digital project management & lean thinking solutions is what Onebip does best.

By Jacopo Romei, Onebip Lean Manager It has always amazed me how some nerds refuse the value of physical interaction. Oh, don’t think ill of me! I just mean the interaction between human beings and their tools! Since the rise of the digital era, the amazing features of digital products increasingly enhanced and trapped people’s capability to leverage their tool’s potential. What kind of digital tools am I thinking about? Project management, flow tracing, task assignment and time tracking systems are top of my mind here and though many following thoughts could be applied to any digital tool, we’ll only stick to project management ones for the remainder of this article. Read more

Onebip developer Giorgio Sironi quoted in software community site InfoQ with Robert C. Martin

 Onebip´s developer gets featured on InfoQ, an influential website for the software development community

InfoQ logoOnebip developer Giorgio Sironi was mentioned in a recent article on “Microservices and Shared Libraries” published by InfoQ, an influential website for the software development community with a readership base of 1 million unique visitors per month globally. Giorgio was quoted together with Robert C. Martin (Uncle Bob), leading software professional and author of landmark books such as “Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftmanship” and “Agile Software Development: Principles, Patterns and Practices”, after arguing against Robert’s advice that developers should start with shared libraries and a plugin architecture before introducing services boundaries and microservices. Read more