How Custom Software Improves Job Satisfaction

If your company’s technology is outdated, not suited to your business or non existent your employees are likely wasting their precious time compensating for it. Custom software not only improves business efficiency, it leads to increased job satisfaction and eases employee frustrations.

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Web App VS Native App Which Is Better For Small Business?

One questions facing small buisnesses looking to develop a mobile application is whether to build an app (native application) or web app. Both of these custom softwares have general benefits and costs, but they also have advantages and downsides specific to small businesses.  Good For Lower Budgets Web apps take less time to build. Lower […]

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Will Web Apps Ever Replace Native Apps

The term app is quite a new one. In fact it didn't really hit the zeitgiest until Apple started allowing developers build apps for their devices. Now with the wide spread adoption of smart phones and advent of tablets, apps in some ways have started to eclipse traditional software.  All this app hype has left […]

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Web App vs App the Differences and the Problem with Blinders

Apps and web apps, despite their similar names, are actually quite different softwares. Web apps are applications which are web based, while what is commonly known as an app is more formally known as a native app, and they tend to run off mobile devices such as tablets and phones. Web apps use a browser […]

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How Does Custom Software Development Work?

Custom software development is actually pretty straightforward. Generally speaking the way we develop a custom software is to meet and discuss the project, create a proposal, if necessary amend the proposal, and then start building; quite simple.   Where things do get a little complicated is how we approach the build. Do we just create the […]

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What Is A Custom Software?

When asked, “what is custom software” any halfway decent software developer will generally respond with some form of “it’s software made for your business.” It’s not that we’re intentionally being vague, its just that to define exactly what is a custom software is like building Ikea furniture without a diagram; you know it’s some type of […]

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