Custom-Built Web Apps is a blog about custom software tailored towards your company. We feature both small and large business software solutions for all industries, including retail, manufacturing, healthcare, financial services and many more.
The blog features articles on how to choose the right custom web application developer, how to set up a project team, how to manage a custom software project and much more.
Custom-Built Web Apps is also a great place to keep up with the world of custom web applications. Whether you are an executive or a small business owner, we have an article that will help you make the most out of your web application investment.
As the Web evolves, more and more companies are finding ways to utilize the web’s abilities to expand their business and increase profits. This blog will help any company who uses a web application to run their business better.
Our goal is to help businesses who are using custom software or custom applications on the web. We try to focus on small to mid size companies because they don’t have the resources that larger companies do. We also feel that these smaller businesses can benefit even more by using the internet then larger corporations can.
Why is this blog so important? Many small businesses don’t understand the power of the Web, and how it can change their business for the better. The internet allows customers and clients to interact with your company in a different way, which can in turn increase sales and profits.
The goal of this blog is to provide information, advice and examples on how to use custom web applications to improve your business. We’ve seen how custom software has helped many companies save time, money and resources while increasing productivity and revenue.
We’ll also discuss how we can help you create a custom web application that solves your business problems. Let us know what you’d like to see more of by leaving a comment.
This is a story of how we built a custom web application to help us manage our client projects.
Our team at Palantir Solutions consists of seven people, and we work remotely with clients around the world. Our clients are typically small businesses, who are often overwhelmed by the complexity of the applications they need. They have very specific requirements that “out-of-the-box” software like QuickBooks or Basecamp just can’t meet. So we make custom apps that fit their exact needs.
Custom software is a specific type of computer program that is designed to fulfill the needs of a particular user or group of users. Programs built by end users are often called tailor-made, while those built by original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) are called shrink-wrapped.
In the past several years, the lines between custom software and packaged software have blurred somewhat. Large, complex packaged programs can be customized for individual users, and many shrink-wrapped programs are, in fact, generic package programs that have been customized for specific markets. This is particularly true for office automation products such as word processors and spreadsheets. Many custom applications make use of components from package programs.
In addition to tailoring individual programs, custom software developers modify operating systems to meet special client requirements. These modifications vary from small changes in source code to installing entire new subsystems that replace part of the operating system with something more suitable for a particular application.
A tech startup is a startup company that develops software, often specifically for the Internet or mobile apps. The term “tech startup” is now widespread, and the concept has attracted lots of attention in recent years, with Bill Gates and other businesspeople sometimes speaking positively about it.
Tech startups are generally built from scratch by a single inventor, who is generally a computer programmer and/or web designer. Tech startups typically develop products that have never existed before. The products made by tech startups are often focused on direct customer value.
Tech startups are usually small teams, and as such are often agile and able to adapt quickly to changing circumstances.
Most tech startups fail within the first four years after creation due to a lack of funding; however, there are companies like Microsoft, Apple Inc., Google and Facebook that have become household names and have changed the lives of millions of people in the process.
A startup is a company designed to grow fast. Being newly founded does not in itself make a company a startup. Nor is it necessary for a startup to work on technology, or take venture funding, or have some sort of “exit.” The only essential thing is growth. Everything else we associate with startups follows from growth.
If you want to start one it’s important to understand that. Startups are not something that just happens to you: they are something you make happen. If you want to start one, the way to do it is to try.
A startup is a small company that takes on a hard technical problem. But if you look at recent history, say, the last hundred years, it’s hard not to feel that something very fundamental has changed. What used to be a slow process–starting a company–has been replaced by something much faster and more fluid.