11 Reasons Your Business Needs Custom Software

Custom software and off-the-shelf software both have their advantages and disadvantages. When it comes to performing simple, generic tasks, off-the-shelf often offers cost effective solutions. For more complicated tasks and for businesses interested in growth and efficiency, custom software becomes the clear choice. Here are 10 reasons your business might look to make the switch…

Facing Down the Custom Software Challenge

Ever taken the plunge on a custom-made suit? Those that have will rarely go back. Of course, it’s a lot more work- getting the measurements correct, finding the right maker with the skills for the job. Sometimes it’s more expensive in the short term- but the long term benefits always shine through. Not to mention…

Attracting Millenials: Could Custom Software Hold The Key?

Statistics show how important custom software development services are for your business. It’s been found that CRM software gives businesses an average ROI of $8.31 for every $1 spent. Other research shows that customer retention is increased by as much as 27% with a CRM system in place.More businesses are now investing in CRM software…

A Crash Course in the Software Development Life Cycle

When choosing a custom software development company, there are a lot of factors you want to look at to help you make your decision. Obviously prior experience and cost are both important to your choice. Yet, it’s also key to consider exactly how the company develops their software, too. Specifically, what style of software development…

What to Consider Before Outsourcing Your Software Project

According to Gartner, the worldwide IT outsourcing market was $288 billion USD in 2013, up 5.1% from the year before. Custom software application development in particular was responsible for a large portion of this growth- and it’s not projected to stop anytime soon. Whether you have your own in house IT department or not, you…

Why Most Software Projects Fail Before Completion

Winston Churchill once famously said: [tweet_box design=”default”]“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.”[/tweet_box] Obviously, he was never tasked with finding a complete software solution for his company. Sure, I can agree that success is not final. However, blindly continuing on a doomed custom software development project…