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Bespoke Software Development

Bespoke software takes advantage of cutting-edge technologies to become anything you need. A process automation app, a digital inventory, a data analysis solution... You name it! Tailor-made applications can fulfill all your requirements that no-mass produced software could satisfy.

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Digital Transformation

Digital transformation isn’t about compromising the way you build your business to new technologies – it's giving your unique ways a boostand providing your business with new opportunities to grow. Using full potential of advanced tech solutions can help you gain considerable advantage, get ahead of your competitors, remain flexible in the ever-changing business environment, and face any current or future challenges with confidence.

Bespoke enterprise solutions can be seamlessly integrated with your existing systems or foster a new chapter in the digital transformation of your company, improving efficiency and business growth. We can harness all the power of Machine Learning and Big Data technologies so you can benefit from their full capabilities and take your business to the next level. 

Why you should consider bespoke software

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It's unique

Bespoke software is made to meet your company’s specific needs. It can address even the most demanding expectations and any particular use cases.

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It's efficient

Thanks to a tailored approach, custom apps can help you automate tedious tasks, improve your business processes and manage the resources more efficiently.

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It's scalable

A bespoke solution can evolve together with your growing company and constantly adapt to new circumstances and changing requirements.

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Unique ideas call for unique measures

Custom-made software can support innovation and make your business thrive

Custom vs off-the-shelf software

Off-the-shelf software is an application available to a large audience with fundamentally similar needs. It is developed for the mass-market and is expected to address the requirements of as many users as possible with minimal modification. Commercial off-the-shelf software targets a broad set of requirements, allowing it to be commercially marketed and distributed to individuals and smaller businesses. 

In contrast, bespoke software development aims to address the needs of a specific user or business function through a process of designing, building, integrating, scaling, and upgrading dedicated software solutions. Therefore, providing a tailored approach, custom software can be highly beneficial for many companies that struggle to find a secure, scalable, and yoga-flexible solution. 

Advantages of bespoke software solutions

Lower integration costs 

By design, a custom software solution is built with the client’s systems in mind, meaning that integration is baked in. One scenario where this is important involves combining the functionality of multiple programs into a ‘one-stop-shop’ solution. Some companies opt to use a custom solution when the costs of purchasing licenses and integration tools for multiple programs in their operations are too high. In such cases, a bespoke software where they can carry out all their work saves time and money for the company while increasing overall productivity. 

Easy training and ongoing support 

Having been developed with the company’s business needs and functions as core features, there is minimal training required for custom software uptake. There is an inherent business-software fit where staff do not need to adjust their normal work process. 

Support is usually in-house and thus highly accessible to anyone requiring assistance with the software solution. Even with an external software developer, the custom nature of the software creates a more intimate vendor-customer relationship that reduces support time and ensures longevity of the solution. 

Profitability 

Reduced integration and training costs mentioned above are always good for the bottom line for a number of reasons. Bespoke software solutions help companies deliver products that are well differentiated from their competition. This differentiation is realized through higher efficiency and flexibility and can quickly translate into higher profit margins. 

Independence 

Having been commissioned with internal requirements, a company’s custom software is completely in their control. This creates a very small attack vector for malicious groups who would otherwise have access to off-the-shelf software to tinker with. Complete control over custom software also allows a company to adjust and re-engineer the solution to their needs as they arise without worrying about licensing agreements. 

Scalability 

All companies run with a goal to grow revenue and headcount over time. Off-the-shelf software is designed for a broad base of a few users per license; commonly between 1 and 100. However, a company’s scaling plan may be different from the norm such that within a short time, the off-the-shelf software that was working fine is no longer compatible with the current requirements for example in cases where a company goes from serving 100 users to serving 100,000 in a few months. With the correct design, bespoke software is rarely hampered by such rapid changes in functional requirements. 

Easier and faster updates 

Bespoke software can be upgraded internally whenever security or any other features require upgraded functionality. In the case of off-the-shelf software, one can only make a change request but the implementation of the change will depend on the requests being similar for a large number of clients/users. Additionally, the vision and goals of the software vendor are very influential in changes made to commercial software. There are many cases where an older, less secure version of an off-the-shelf application is still in use because the developer removed a feature that was important for that particular use case. 

Target industries for bespoke software development

Bespoke app development is usually the choice of larger, enterprise-level businesses that are well-aware of their business objectives - and the available off-the-shelf software can’t satisfy their needs. There are also certain industries that are more likely to benefit from choosing a tailor-made solution instead of an off-the-shelf one. Here are some examples. 

    • Manufacturing 

Modern manufacturing is highly competitive with the rise of make-to-order markets that put pressure on inflexible traditional systems. The introduction of automated manufacturing processes presents a unique opportunity. Leading companies now opt to integrate custom monitoring software with better production and planning control (PPC) systems. 

    • Education 

Over the past few decades, technology has transformed the education industry from a highly site-based, institution-focused industry to a distributed, gamified microlearning environment through Massive Open Online Courses. These systems have to still adhere to regulations and education standards, which vary from field to field and country to country. Learning Management Systems have thrived in this space with a projected market value of $22.4 billion by 2023. 

    • Healthcare 

The healthcare industry handles very sensitive information that can expose it to severe regulatory fines and lawsuits if not secured properly. One of the advantages custom software provides is the full control to develop enhanced security features not commonly found in off-the-shelf solutions. 

Custom-written software allows specialized data collection and analytics to improve process flows. For example, tracking patient responses to treatments through integrated data management across stakeholders (doctors/nurses, service providers, and patients) can help accelerate improved healthcare regimens. 

This is also an industry that uses a variety of custom machinery that necessitates custom solutions to help manage this hardware in an efficient and cost-effective manner beyond what the manufacturers provide. 

    • Insurance 

Many large companies in the insurance and underwriting space have had to evolve their processes from paper-based systems to online and mobile platforms. There are many FinTech and customer relationship management (CRM) software solutions available, but the challenge is the high level of regulation and risk inherent in trusting a third party. Therefore, large insurance companies have turned to custom software to address their new requirements of agile solutions deployment. 

    • Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) 

This industry builds custom solutions as part of their business model. Due to the distributed nature of the hardware in the cloud, clients can build their custom software supported by the SaaS solution in the backend to reduce up-front costs. Access through a ‘thin-client’ such as a browser makes it easier for the solutions to be deployed to small or large customers. Even though licensing fees still apply here, the solutions are scalable and highly customizable to allow easy integration with company systems. 

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Do we work with NDAs?

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Yes. We’re professional and keep our cooperation confidential. If you need to protect the information you give us in order to create the product for you, we respect it. Learn more about our approach to NDAs and white-label services in the article on our blog.

How we handle long-distance business relationships?

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We've written a whole article on our blog about it - you can <a href="https://angrynerds.pl/blog/united-states-of-development-how-to-handle-long-distance-business-relationships/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">read it here</a>, we're sure it will answer all your questions. <br /><br /> Just to cover the matter briefly, we believe that clear communication, top-class time management and flexibility are absolutely essential for a successful long-distance business relationship. <br /><br /> We’re located in Wrocław, a beautiful city in south-western Poland. It's 5h ahead of New York, 6h ahead of Chicago and 8h ahead of San Francisco. In fact, the time zone differences can make the work more efficient - thanks to what we call a 24-hour development cycle. <br /><br /> How it works? We’re already in the second half of the day when you’ve just started yours. Therefore, we can let you know about the progress we made on your project during the day, you can ask us questions, or we can just catch up on some news. Later, when you finish your workday, you can message us about any issues you found. We’ll take care of it during your night’s rest, so the next day will already begin with progress! This kind of rhythm enables us to push the project forward even faster and help you get ahead with your goals.

Do we transfer copyrights to the projects we develop for you?

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Of course, the code that we create is basically yours. We can sign a contract to make sure the IP will be transferred to you.Of course, the code that we create is basically yours. We can sign a contract to make sure the IP will be transferred to you.

Can we take over a project developed by another company?

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Definitely! We'll have to first analyze it to give you recommendations on how to proceed, but we’re open to such challenges.

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