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Marc Andreessen is right. Software is eating the word. Will you use custom software to create new revenue streams or reduce operational costs? Should you build or should you buy? Should you hire an in-house team to develop your software product or should you outsource? When existing SaaS products don’t solve your company’s exact problems, it often makes sense to build custom software to compete in today’s data driven world. Open source programming languages and cloud infrastructure even the playing field for startups and SMBs by significantly reducing the capital required to build, operate and maintain custom software products.
Many companies look to use or modify existing SaaS applications to streamline business processes. While this is a good approach to start, your needs may change as your business grows and you may need to write custom software or modules that work with the SaaS software you’ve procured. When you build your software solution from the ground up, you can create workflows that give you a competitive advantage or resell the software you build to generate new revenue streams.
Responsive web design enables the layout of your web application to adapt to any screen size.
It’s much faster to build your product’s backend with Rails when compared to interpreted languages like Java.
Are you customers always on the go? Delight them with simple mobile apps that solve their core pain points.
Consider every step of your customer’s purchasing journey when you define your omnichannel eCommerce strategy.
Modern web and mobile products require a robust and scalable backend that runs on cloud infrastructure.
Build progressive web apps with AngularJS that work seamlessly across mobile, tablet and laptop devices.
Multi-tenant SaaS products with subscription business models increase margins and conversion rates.
REST APIs with JSON responses connect your web and mobile apps to your backend application.
Give your employees custom enterprise mobility apps, which let them access what they need where they need it.
Connect any device to a cloud database and use predictive analytics to make real time business decisions.
Great design helps your product stand out from competitors while reducing customer support and acquisition costs.
Spree is a robust and flexible open source eCommerce platform built with Ruby on Rails.
Modern enterprise web apps borrow design concepts from consumer web apps to increase usability.
Your customers want a convenient way to browse, compare and purchase products and services while on the go.
When you build for iOS first, you reach a more affluent demographic that spends more on apps than Android.
When you build for Android first, you target emerging markets and the largest active mobile user base.
Great design is key to your mobile app’s success so focus on solving one problem in the simplest possible way.
Web applications enable your power users and business professionals to complete complex tasks faster.
Node is an ideal choice if you’re building a single page, real time or data intensive web application.
Utilize design sprints to prototype ideas and come to the best solution for challenging user experience problems.
Android TV and Chromecast are both powerful platforms to reach cord cutting millennials.
Wearable tech allows your users to complete simple tasks without requiring them to open your mobile app.
Virtual and augmented reality headsets make your software more immersive and enable new types of interactions.