Budgeting for a Successful Software Project

Posted on: January 22nd, 2016 - Written by: Tom Metz

Thinking about pitching a new software development project? You’ve got an idea and the team to make it happen, and success is (in your mind) guaranteed. But wait—think again. A study done several years ago by AIG Consulting found that for 68% of companies, project success was not likely: “Projects might succeed – but not by design. Based on the competencies present, these companies are statistically unlikely to have a successful project.”

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Make It Work: Tips for Dealing with Tension between a Project’s Vision & Execution

Posted on: December 17th, 2015 - Written by: Olivia Gregory

When we think about the structure of any company, there are always multiple roles, each playing a crucial part in achieving business goals. We’d like to talk about two of these roles in this article—and also the tension that is often (and naturally) present between them.

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An Interesting Synergy: Business Growth and Custom Software

Posted on: December 11th, 2015 - Written by: admin

We feel that custom software contributes directly to your business’s growth. Of course we believe this—we’re a custom software development group. But do the facts actually support our position?

It turns out that research is showing one-size-fits-all solutions are not as popular as they once were for mission-critical enterprise applications. This is not surprising, because today’s businesses are more innovative than ever before, pushing the envelope in many different ways. So it makes sense that the software needs of those businesses would be unique—and that the applications used would need to push the envelope as well.

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INSite Business Solutions Creates Unique Book Planner Product for Client

Posted on: December 9th, 2015 - Written by: admin

INSite develops a cutting-edge SaaS application to help authors self-publish their books in an efficient, cost-effective way.

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