The purpose of software development is multifaceted. It can be to improve efficiency, streamline processes, reduce costs and/or, to provide additional services/capabilities. In today’s highly competitive business marketplace, having an edge over your competitors is essential if you want to survive.
In the IT field you may often see specific types of services offered by software companies. But without prior experience, you just don’t really know what exactly these services involve or how you and your business can benefit from them. Here at Netfully we want to try and make everything as clear as possible, so let’s have a look at our software services.
Software development is just another way of saying “system creation” or “tool development”. The software itself is purely and simply programming for your IT operating system.
One of the most common misconceptions about software development is that you, as a client, need to know exactly what your specific software have to achieve. Though that can certainly help, but it is not essential.
The reason of our special software design is in our groundwork that sets us apart from most other IT companies, our post-development services make us unique. Our processes include:
Examining your current set-up to establish where software development can help your business
Assessing the effectiveness of existing software and highlighting any weaknesses
Discussing your objectives
Providing you with a development plan in a “language’” you can understand
Managing the execution of the software development plan
Testing the newly developed software
Providing ongoing system support
All software development can be carried out either remotely, or in-house.
One of the most common questions we are asked is “What aspects of a business are covered by software development”. The answer is quite simple – every aspect of your business. This includes, but is not limited to:
“Computerising” your business operations if you have been too busy establishing the business to deal with creating an efficient computer-based operating system.
Human resource management if you are expanding and taking on new staff, as well as wages, etc.
Creation of improved management/sales/service operations.
Development of business-specific applications – apps.
If performed successfully, software development should more than pay for itself over a short period of time. There are three principal targets of effective software development:
Better operational efficiency
Improved employee engagement
Optimum client/customer engagement
The answer is simple. It costs nothing to talk, and we don’t use virtually incomprehensible “IT speak” to try and impress, but instead we will talk in such a way that you will be able to understand everything we have to say!