There are thousands of software as a service (SaaS) apps on the market. Sometimes they work great for what you need; other times, your business requires a more custom application.
See 11 things to think about before you dive into custom web application development.
When we started in custom software development, desktop apps were central to our work. But through the years, web-based applications and mobile apps have taken over and reduced the use cases for desktop platforms.
But when we talk about “custom software,” we’re talking about a type of system that can come to reality in many different ways: desktop app, responsive web-based application, mobile app, or a combination of those. Much of our custom software development these days is building custom web applications. (Read about how it’s all just semantics.)
We recommend clients take a cross-platform approach to software development that involves understanding users and building a system that meets their needs, whether that’s a desktop app, a web-based application, or a mobile app—or all three.
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