Digital transformation is a big challenge for many companies, and it is on the agenda of numerous CIOs. But, digital transformation cannot succeed unless a company’s current infrastructure is changed.Read more
If you are running a startup or a large enterprise, a common question is whether to buy preexisting, already constructed (COTS) systems or software, or whether to build them yourself. For those of who work as developers, there’s a strong tendency to want to build it themselves. It is typically a large reason that they are in this field in the first place. However, from a business perspective it’s necessary to do a cost-benefit analysis to determine whether the time it takes to create a product is worth it compared to many pre-existing systems, or how would a strategic combination of both be beneficial.
It seems like an odd question. In our daily lives we often become agitated if something is difficult to use. In fact, unless there are no alternatives, we tend to start looking for other solutions that work better. On top of this, if a product is designed in a way that does not make sense to us, we will likely complain about it to others.
Partnership with the right development company can transform your enterprise.
Searching for a good software development firm can be a daunting process. Entering the marketplace, you will likely be overwhelmed with the sheer number of firms offering their services, with ability to create the absolute perfect piece of software that will change the way that you handle every aspect of your business.
One of the least understood components of the SDLC model is the Discovery phase. As is common with many concepts which are difficult to grasp, it is often cut, particularly by companies that are non-technologically oriented, and who wish to reduce the bottom line on a large project. Undermining the importance and details in this phase, many such companies will jump right to project planning and estimation phase with a vaguely defined Request for Proposal.