Anthony Scolaro
CEO
A serial entrepreneur and technology enthusiast, Anthony Scolaro’s small business ventures began in 2009 Over the years, Anthony channeled his passion for creating solutions-driven processes and exceptional service and launched Project Assistant in the summer of 2011.

An innovative technology firm that partners with businesses to develop comprehensive web marketing, design, brand and mobile app development solutions, Project Assistant has become a rapidly growing and value-added entity for small to medium-sized companies in the U.S., Europe and across SE Asia. Serving as the firm’s CEO and Founder, with offices located in Charleston and the Philippines, Project Assistant merges diversity, ingenuity and a love for the tech space to help organizations gain a larger segment of the market while maximizing continuous integration and pipelines for expedited scalability.

Whether a client needs to design and engineer a web or mobile app, internet marketing, systems administration, website traffic growth, or clarity in defining its brand, Anthony offers strategic solutions, a passion for technology and all-American southern hospitality to take organizations to new heights.

ARTICLES

CRM vs. ERP: Similarities, Differences, And How They Can Help Your Business

var root = document.getElementsByTagName('html')[0]; root.classList.add('fullwidth');Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) bear similarities and differences, though their core functionalities are very different from each other. Before we move on ...

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Why User Stories Rock

Developing software is not about blindly writing strings of code. There has to be a reason behind its development else nobody will bother using it, let alone buy it. Developing software is not an easy task. It involves extensive planning, hours and days of coding, brutal testing, and finally, laun ...

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Why Automated Regression Testing Could Be Right For Your Project

Prior to updating, any software has to be thoroughly tested to evaluate full functionality. Testing allows a company to check whether the actual results live up to expectations or not. Finding out later, once the product is updated, it was lacking in many ways or failed to deliver is an expensive mi ...

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MEAN vs. MERN – What’s the Difference?

Gone are the days when CSS, HTML, and basic JavaScript were used to develop web solutions. These are no longer suitable as they fail to deliver applications with swift enhancements. End users demand a richer experience with smooth performance and a multitude of functionalities. The only way to succe ...

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Who does React Native Benefit?

Mobile phones are the very centers of our daily lives. We need them just as we need air to breathe. Sounds cliché? For sure. But that is the actual truth. And it is also the prime reason why businesses are exploiting the mobile application platform to the hilt. But often they get confused about how ...

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Why is Our Design Process Is So Important?

Instant gratification with an exceptional experience - that is what everybody desires. With fast technological changes happening in the 21st century, delivering on these expectations is not really difficult. The same stands true for mobile and web applications. The customers desire an app that loads ...

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Basics of 301 Redirects

Some people get the nerves when they see a bunch of numbers popping up unexpectedly after clicking a link or loading a page. Sometimes these instances indicate an error. However, there are times when it means a few changes have been made to the website to make it better. One of these is the 301 redi ...

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Website Security: How Vulnerable Are You?

Let’s get right to the point. What website security do you have in place at the moment? More importantly, is it up to date and effective? Regardless of whether you run a blog, a small business page or an ecommerce site, you’re still a target.Why Do You Need Website Security?Your website is y ...

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Modify Your Hosts File

Modifying your hosts file enables you to override the DNS for a domain, on that particular machine. This is useful when you want to test your site without the test link, prior to going live with SSL; verify that an alias site works, prior to DNS changes; and for other DNS-related reasons. Modifying ...

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Installing WHMCS 6 on Debian 8 Jessie – NGINX, PHP 5.6 (PHP-FPM), MySQL 5.5 (Percona)

Project Overview for Installing WHMCS 6This is a quick step by step guide to installing WHMCS 6. When the announcement that WHMCS 6 just came out, it was great news to our team. We have deployed applications for the past year which run on PHP 5.6 but have always been annoyed by the fact that WH ...

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