If you are trying to decide whether to use native mobile application development or a hybrid mobile application development approach for your project, there are numerous considerations and you will, of course, have to look closely at your business requirements.
When a business is considering a custom ERP project, it will typically start with discussions with the internal IT team. But often, the IT team is unable to accommodate the project. When you ask the IT team, you will hear one or more concerns or reasons for delay or downright refusal to take on the project.
This Client is an ERP Solution provider from Ahmedabad, India with more than twenty (20) years in business. It serves numerous industries in India, many of which are Multinational Companies (MNCs). The Client provides ready to use ERP solutions for specific domains and industries. This Client also provides services and solutions for Bespoke ERP, based upon its customer business needs, processes and workflow.
This U.S. based Client is a start-up company, focused on a concept and software application that will unite the world of fantasy sports and sports gambling. The Client wished to capitalize on the growing popularity of fantasy sports and sports betting with a world-class platform, that would provide a unique perspective and make a positive difference in the sports and sports gambling community by encouraging social impact and community charitable outreach.
When a business decides to create a mobile application for the market or for use by its business users, it must make a lot of decisions to get the project started. One of the most important decisions is whether to develop the app using Native development tools or to take a Hybrid Mobile App Development approach.
When a business engages the services of a software development partner to build a custom ERP software application, there are many factors that inform the success of the project. Understanding your requirements is just the beginning. As your business interviews and considers prospective software application development partners, there are many factors that should be considered. In this article, we outline three areas your business should include in questioning and interviewing a custom ERP software application development partner.
When your business puts its trust in an IT consulting partner or offshore software development vendor, it must ensure that the service provider has the skills and knowledge to execute the project – from concept to deployment and beyond with support, maintenance, upgrades and goals for business growth. In this article, we highlight three areas of focus and skills your business will need if it is to succeed with custom ERP or custom software development projects.
Don’t Let Cost or Skill Stop You From Achieving Your Custom Software Vision!
Trust me, I get it! The need for expert, experienced software application developers is constant, and in this rapidly changing technology environment, it is sometimes difficult to sustain cutting-edge IT skills and provide expert resources to accommodate the changing and growing needs of the organization. In order to meet business requirements, an enterprise must maintain a balanced, skilled IT team to enhance and support the business with innovative, high-value, low-cost applications development, and maintenance and support services, backed by timely, proven processes and methodologies.
Businesses have many needs, not the least of which is technology. Whether the organization is trying to satisfy internal business user requirements, senior executive requirements, internal IT requirements, customer technology requirements or requirements related to collaboration and communication among suppliers, partners or stakeholders, there are many opportunities to optimize performance and productivity and there are many out-of-the-box software products from which to choose.
When a business envisions a custom ERP, custom software development project, or enterprise application for its own use or to sell to other companies as a business application, it is always a challenge to pull together the resources and to keep the project on budget and on track to meet expectations and roll out the app for use or to generate revenue.