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Who Uses Custom Software?

Custom Software fits the specific needs of your business and can give you an edge over your competition who uses “common software” designed for the masses. Custom Software puts you in control of your business processes versus force-fitting your business to a set of processes designed generically for an industry.

When it comes to application development, you want it to be flexible, cost-effective and you want to be kept-in-the loop. Our method does exactly this.

Pay as you go
Make changes along the way

Custom Software development allows you to pay-as-you-go, make changes along the way, and only pay for what your business needs. The most common development process - Our Appraoch – ensures you complete flexibility from start to finish.

Our Approach - Agile

With Agile you decide what gets done and in what order. The functions and features you define for your business are broken down into segments of work (the “sprints”). You can change these, and the priorities, along the way. In this way Agile eliminates the risk of runaway projects and enables you to react to business and market changes.

Components of Custom Software Development

  • Application Development – designed specifically for what your business needs, and no more.
  • Big Data Integration – brings together your information and that of 3rd parties.
  • Point Solutions – include things like Application Program Interfaces (APIs) that enable data integration automation.

What Else you should know
About Custom Software?

Programming Languages

Using all the top programming languages (JavaScript, Python, Java, PHP, C, C#, Swift, Ruby, etc.), event-driven platforms (e.g. VANTIQ) and leveraging opensource code all to increase speed and reduce your costs.

While “custom” usually means “more expensive,” that is not always the case when it comes to custom software development. On the one hand, ready-made software in the short term is usually always cheaper. That’s kind of its selling point. But, in the long run, custom software will almost always be less expensive.

Just think about all of the costs associated with licensing, training, and having to find alternate solutions for missing features. While over-the-counter solutions can be less expensive, having a software developed specifically for your wants, needs, and goals will save you and your company a lot of money and hassle in the long run.