Custom web, mobile & desktop software applications can make your business more profitable, productive, and efficient by targeting your unique business requirements and implementing the features you, your employees, and your customers really need without those you don’t. Custom software can meet practically an endless range of needs, far too many to list here. So, below are a few common applications:
Custom software, when built by the right developer, can be very cost effective, saving or earning you more money than it costs to build, thereby delivering a positive return on investment.
Many people think custom software applications cost tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of dollars to develop. That is simply not the case for most small to midsize business applications, especially when the software is built by an independent software developer. In fact, I have built top-quality custom software applications for clients for less than $2,000.
To find out what your cost will be based on your unique requirements, simply request a free no-obligation consultation.
For the most part WordPress is a good option for your web site. With its extensive repository of themes and plugins WordPress provides site owners with many options for design and content. Also, the fact that WordPress is built on php and MySQL, two open technologies with large developer bases, site owners can leverage a high-level of customization. But, in spite of all the good things, WordPress site security can be a significant challenge.
Custom software can deliver more value from your IT resources because it can be targeted directly to your unique business requirements. Custom applications can be built to provide the features you, your employees, and your customers really need without those you don’t, making your business more efficient and more productive.
Google’s Project Zero security team just announced two serious security vulnerabilities called Meltdown and Spectre. These vulnerabilities are particularly serious because they occur in the CPU chip’s architectures so it affects any software running on most Intel CPUs manufactured from 1995 to today. If you have a device or computer with an Intel processor that implements “out-of-order” execution, as most CPUs in use today do, it is vulnerable to attacks.