Got a big idea for a software product? One that fills a huge gap in the market? One that’s guaranteed to make a splash? Congratulations! That’s great. But, unfortunately, that one-in-a-million idea isn’t as foolproof as you might think. And, conversely, some of those more obvious, been-there-done-that ideas you disregarded could also be wildly successful. Either way, it’s all in the execution.
Custom Software Development Blog by Syberry
Everywhere you look, tech innovations are changing the business landscape. Visionary research is coming to life in the form of cutting-edge technology, global processes are tightly interwoven in a dance of digital genesis, and machine-learning AI technologies are steadily finding their way into every office. You know that, if your business wants to maintain a competitive edge, it’s critical that you take advantage of some of these innovations to optimize business processes, enhance offerings, and improve long-term client relationships. But keeping up is easier said than done.
Software and applications provide major benefits for every technologically savvy, or not-so-savvy, person out there. That being said, there are pros and cons to weigh with all custom technology out there.
Our cache of technical and business expertise positions us to excel at custom software development and application management with the attention to detail of a ux designer. But don’t just take our word for it — after all, there are troves of companies out there that claim to be the best.
In their earliest stages, most young companies manage their data, information, and processes in some combination of Excel, Dropbox, and Google Drive (at Syberry, we certainly did). But as these companies grow, so does the volume of operational data they need to manage. As this data outgrows the homegrown, Excel-based systems, they start to switch to a combination of systems that may or may not fully integrate with one another — one to store and sort customer data, another to automate marketing emails, a third for document management, etc. — until suddenly the teams find themselves spending more time managing disparate systems than building their products or deepening their customer relationships. Data gets lost, relationship touchpoints fall through the cracks, incorrect information gets shared, customers start to get frustrated, and the bottom line begins to slip.
STEM-related industries (and particularly the tech world) have been under fire recently for their lack of gender diversity and their general biases against women in their workplaces.
We’re making progress, even in the tech field. In fact, Facebook’s 2018 diversity report shows that the social network is employing five times more women now than they were in 2014.
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