Your company is growing and you are planning to make investments – also in software. There are many projects ahead of you that are going to require the support of professionals. Is it better to hire an internal developer for writing a new web application or to outsource it? Both solutions have their advantages and disadvantages – learn them and choose the best option for implementation of your software project.
The moment when a painstakingly crafted application starts its public life is a major event. After months of work, the final product finally sees the daylight and is ready to perform its role. But... what comes next? One might think that it is the moment when the collaboration with a software house ends. But that would be very far from the truth.
Sudden changes in staffing? A necessity to invest in new competences? Or maybe you just cannot afford to employ a new IT expert? We will gladly answer your needs. Our specialists collaborate with clients in the body leasing model, thanks to which you can lower the costs and implement almost any kind of project without having to invest in competences that are not of key importance to your business.
The competition for the user’s (or client’s) attention keeps increasing. It is no longer only the price that matters: now the user experience and an interface designed with the user in mind are important as well. UX and UI are an inseparable pair in service of beautiful and useful products of software houses.
The most important task within the project was to work out the combinatorics properly. In order to be sure that the door designed using the web app tool can be manufactured, it was necessary to analyse thoroughly the process tree and elaborate on that basis a file that would describe the combinations possible.
Meetings in the form of pre-implementation workshops are often neglected: at the beginning of the project path it is difficult to perceive the need for dedicating time and resources to talking about the IT project that is going to happen anyway. But maybe it is actually worth investing up to 10% of the project budget to make the implementation costs more realistic and sometimes even reduce them by as much as 20%?