Custom Software Development
The cost of your software will depend on its complexity, the systems to be integrated and the support needed. We are happy to discuss your requirements and provide a detailed quote.
Most of the time, a meeting isn't necessary and the work is completed with discussions over skype, call, or email. However, sometimes it's useful to visit your location and sit across the table to analyse your infrastructure in person. We upload our work to a private web server that only clients can access. We then work with you to discuss the site and review changes. The software is not launched until it looks and functions exactly as you want it to.
Custom software is built when off the shelf software does not work for the purpose required, or off the shelf software is too cumbersome to use. Custom software saves licensing fees and training efforts as it is designed to closely match the existing organizational processes. Since the customer owns the intellectual property there are no longer term licensing costs, but the upfront investment is often higher due to all the effort going into the program at the onset.
- All of our employees are full-time employees and are bound by company Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure clauses.
- Additionally, for sensitive projects, we create isolated cells disconnected from any public network.
We use the Agile scrum development methodology to ensure high quality and quick RIO. We have formal processes to keep quality under tight control, including design walk-throughs and periodic code reviews. It is important for us to be right the first time, and we firmly believe that every software we develop will be able to meet your vision.
The approximate time-frame to develop any software depends on its type and complexity.
If you have a deadline, we will work hard to meet it. To know the exact time-frame to develop your software, you can consult our experts and we will get back to you with the answers.
We offer a range of on-going support services. Our SLAs can go as low as 2 business hours, but most of our customers rarely need that level of support.
You will have complete control over your project. Our assigned Project Manager will act as your single-point-of-contact and will work closely with your guidelines.
We use Agile scrum development methodology. You will be an integral part of sprint planning - from the start during sprint planning and again for the review before the release date.
Once the project is completed, you own everything that is necessary to build, maintain, or extend the software, such as "executable" files, scripts, project files, source code, etc.
There are no hidden costs. You pay for the development of the system and professional hosting on the cloud with either AWS or Azure or shared hosting on our private servers. There are no other costs involved.
Preparing detailed requirements will help our developers to understand your vision entirely, and help us to give you an accurate quote. It is ideal to make user stories, where you explain the function and the end result you are expecting.
Mobile App Development
Yes! We build mobile applications for all major mobile development platforms - iOS (iPhone and iPad), Android, and Windows Mobile.
Our apps support the latest two versions of iOS.
Our apps support the latest two versions of Android.
Yes. You can update content at any time.
Absolutely. Our internal marketing team partners with design firms, PR agencies, external consultants, and market research firms to help market your app.
Our online marketing services include:
Link Building, PPC campaigns, Email newsletters, SEO services, and more.
Yes. Once we understand your needs, we will be able to confirm whether or not the idea meets Apple requirements. The apps we build are designed to work on all devices and for all types of technical / non technical users. Apps pass through a rigorous testing and usability analysis process.
Yes. We deploy the app under your company account to iTunes and Google play.
We'll update your app upon delivery of new features once you provide us with all the necessary content for the app.
To ensure the security of your app idea, we will sign an NDA with you, ensuring the complete security of your app idea.
SaaS applications are also referred to as hosted software. They use cloud computing to deliver a single application to several customers, regardless of their location.
SaaS applications exist for virtually any business process you can think of. However, they are most commonly used in the following areas:
- Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
- Marketing Automation
- Project Management
- HR/Talent Management
- Business Intelligence
- Restricted access through keycard entry and monitoring.
- Stringent criminal background checks for all employees.
- 24/7 recorded video monitoring of all facilities.
- Audited access to consumer data.
- Uninterruptible power supplies and redundant internet connections.
- Encrypted connections between our facility and Cloud Services.
- Technology-leading hardware firewall with intrusion detection and protection.
Preparing to deploy a SaaS application is much the same as deploying on-premises software, as not only will the technology change, but the business processes and training methods that go along with it will also need adjustment.
You just have to be aware of, and plan for, the unique challenges regarding systems integration and business process management that SaaS applications present as they do not reside on your local infrastructure.
.NET Core Development
.NET Core 1.0 is the latest version of the Microsoft .NET framework. This is an open-source and cross-platform framework (supported for Windows, Mac, and Linux) suitable for building cloud-based internet-connected applications like web apps, IoT apps, and mobile apps. .NET Core apps can run on .NET Core or the full .NET Framework.
.NET MVC is Microsoft's vision of a Model-View-Controller (MVC) concept integrated into their .NET technology to build modern websites.
- Cross-platform provides the ability to develop and run on Windows, Linux, and macOS
- Open-source code.
- Unified Platform to develop Web UI and services.
- Built-in dependency injection (DI).
- Ability to deploy on more than one server like IIS, Kestrel, Nginx, Docker, Apache, etc.
- Lightweight, high performance, and modern HTTP request pipelines.
- .Net core Entity framework.