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When purchasing a luxury item, the quality, longevity and customer experience are all factors of consideration when choosing exactly what to purchase. As most of us have not been lucky enough to inherit a windfall, we want to ensure that we are receiving the best possible value. This premise is seen everywhere, from cars to coats. Everybody ensures they are making the correct decision by weighing the money, against the length of use, versus the quality of the product. So why are these deciding factors neglected when purchasing software? Many purchasers focus on one thing; the money.

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Making the choice to hire an external company is not an easy choice when it comes to software development. With so many businesses hiring very professional and competent software developers, it often does not seem to be logical to hire an external team to solve any internal software related issues. However, hiring an external team has many benefits to your organization, including the continued appropriate use of the company’s resources. Below are the top five benefits we believe you gain from hiring an external software development studio:

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Developing a software solution to solve an issue within an organization is not an easy task. There are many different approaches to developing the correct software solution; it is entirely dependent on the problem as to how it is solved. Each approach to solving the problem always starts with a clear definition. Without a clear definition of the problem, a custom software solution may not be the best fit, nor address the true cause. But how do you clearly define an issue for somebody outside of your organization? Here are the three questions that need to be answered to form a well defined problem;

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When faced with a problem in your workplace it is often hard to see the light at the end of the tunnel. With so many opinions as to how to fix the problem, coupled with ideas of revolutionized workflow, it can be hard to decide on what your first step should be. Usually, before meeting with us, our clients will have looked at many different one-size-fits-all systems, and need an extra push to be convinced to go custom. But why should anybody go custom? Here are our top three reasons why:

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When starting a new project, often the first questions we will have to answer are about the technology behind the product. Our clients, rightfully, can be very specific about the technology with which their product is being built. They meet us and ask about our choices of Backend, UI and Database technologies. Very often the ...

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