The holidays are a magical time for many. And while some of us are lucky enough to be surrounded by the joys of the season there are many that are not so fortunate - 25,000 in Hamilton to be exact!

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It's difficult to get e-commerce right, but it's also very important you do.  Dealing with financial information requires serious security. Anything that directly affects revenue needs to have a flawless user experience to maximize conversion.

When we were building our own hosting and support platform, we decided to use Stripe for credit card subscriptions. We've been happy with the decision: Stripe is the easiest payment processor for developers to integrate, and the most intuitive for users to work with.

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Meet Sean Roberts, our Senior Software Architect!

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Find out what happened during November's company meeting and what we've been up to for the past month...

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Marlon is joining our tech team as a User Experience Specialist! Welcome, Marlon!

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Don’t let your business happen to you, make sure you are in control and consciously deciding why you’re doing what you do, where you’re going, and how you’ll get there!

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This is part one of two where I’m going to talk about enterprise architecture. That seemingly vague and ever-changing consultant-speak phrase that gets a lot of attention at large corporations these days. It’s pretty simple though, enterprise architecture just means thinking about your business the same way you think about designing anything else like a house or a new website.

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If there is one thing we've all learned from technology, it's that it's never 100% fool proof. This is why you need to have a back-up plan!

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This past weekend we were at Hamilton's leading young professional conference: HiveX. Read on to see what happened!

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Meet Adrian Duyzer, our Chief Technology Officer here at Factor[e]!

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