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Are you considering these factors in your 2017 IT budget?


As 2016 comes to a close and budget allocations wrap, many eyes have turned to project spending trends in the new year. The technology field is no different. While everyone tries to get a sense for what IT spending will look like in 2017, here are some recent trends and targets to keep in mind while allocating IT funds for your business.

With economic uncertainty surrounding the first quarter of 2017, IT spending budgets are widely expected to be tightened to begin the year. Globally, IT spending is expected to be stagnant, while was a projected 5% domestic growth in IT for 2017 now looks optimistically to be closer to 2-2.5%.

Even as CIO’s and business owners tighten their belts to begin the year, IT spending once again projects to be a major expenditure in 2017. With a projected $3.5 trillion in global tech spending next year, technology spending is still a massive industry. Hardware spending is projected to continue to tapper off in 2017 with a continued trend of fewer consumer dollars spent on devices, however, software spending is projected to see the biggest injection of spending in 2017 with a projected growth of 7% and approximately 16 billion dollars in new money.

According to an October 2016 survey by TechRepublic, 49% of U.S. corporate respondents said that their IT spending would fall into the $100,000-$9.99MM range. With such a broad swath of tech money being allocated, here are some things to keep in mind when creating your 2017 IT budget.

  • Cyber security remains a major point of emphasis for businesses in 2017. 69% of business leaders cited security as a top IT priority in the new year, with commonly as much as 1/3 of their annual IT budget dedicated to security.
  • Other than security, improving business processes and efficiency is a top IT concern in 2017. Out of the box solutions are fine for some business users, but to obtain software that provides a solution unique to your business process, you need a technology partner that fully understands how you do business, and where your pain-points are specifically. See how NOCHALLENGE helped one large company do exactly that.
  • Controlling costs and seeing a quicker ROI are the top reasons several smaller companies turn to technology solutions to run a tighter ship. Automating back office tasks and calculating risk are two major components to several of the custom solutions NOCHALLENGE has provided for clients in the past.
  • Despite a potential slow start to 2017, IT spending is still expected to grow. Much of this is in response to many companies moving to the Cloud. See how our partnership with Oracle can assist you in moving your business to the Cloud.

Despite some uncertainties to begin 2017 it remains clear that technology spending will remain a substantial portion of budget allocation, as well as a pivotal element in the growth and success of businesses of all sizes and industries. At NOCHALLENGE we look at custom software solutions as a chance better learn your industry and the challenges within it. Contact us today to let us help you with your IT needs in 2017.

Sources: TechRepublic, ComputerEconomics, WhiteHouse, Gartner

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NOCHALLENGE Technology is now Oracle Partner

NOCHALLENGE Technology is pleased to announce our acceptance into the Oracle OPN network as a Silver Partner. As we strive to meet all of our client’s needs we’re excited to be able to offer many of Oracle’s products and services.

As we continue to work with companies of all sizes, helping them locate their inefficiencies and streamline their practices through custom software solutions, we’re excited to now offer the integration of many of the software products and hosting solutions that Oracle offers.

nochallenge-oracleWe are particularly happy to now offer Oracle Cloud Hosting Services. As accessibility, reliance, and most importantly, security become increasingly paramount to the success of businesses, Oracle Cloud offers another quality alternative to the Cloud hosting options that NOCHALLENGE offers. Included in the Oracle Cloud offerings are:

  • Applications Managed Cloud Services – Offering flexibility so that you can choose the best deployment model for your business, Applications managed cloud services allows our clients to scale up or down to changing needs, as well as allow Oracle to manage the applications onsite or through NOCHALLENGE Technology.
  • Technology Managed Cloud services – Offers end-to-end cloud management services through your relationship with NOCHALLENGE Technology. This service enables you to accelerate time to deployment, increase availability and system performance, and reduce business risk.
  • Extended Managed Cloud Service – Extended Managed Cloud Service goes beyond core infrastructure and application management services to provide you with services that span the entire software lifecycle. From migration, testing, and deployment to compliance and disaster recovery.

As NOCHALLENGE grows our network of technology partners we look forward to finding new and innovative ways to integrate the array of trusted Oracle products into our custom software. Contact us today to see how we can help automate your business through powerful software solutions.

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How we are disrupting an international tax preparation market

Any business leader who has ever attempted to introduce a new method, technology, or sales tactic to disrupt the status quo in an existing industry understands the pushback and complexities one is bound to encounter.

Now, try to imagine facing those same challenges in a completely foreign market where industry standards, public expectations, and a vastly different consumer market all serve as significant challenges. This is exactly what NOCHALLENGE Technology has been working towards with their proprietary software product, the first ever self-guided tax filing service in the Bangladesh market. Following in the footsteps of Turbo Tax and H&R Block in Western markets, aims to streamline the tax filing process and disrupt the antiquated filing system that currently exists in developing nations.

In fairness, to say that the Bangladeshi market is completely foreign to NOCHALLENGE would be somewhat false. Our CEO, Zulfikar Ali, is originally from Dhaka, Bangladesh, a city of 17 million in a country of nearly 157 million. Relocating to the United States for college in 1997, and becoming a US citizen in 2015, Ali remains an active observer and participant in Bangladeshi business, culture, and politics.

It’s not just our personal ties to Bangladesh that started us down this path. With a GDP that grew over 7% last year, and a government that welcomes foreign investment to their budding economy, Bangladesh is hungry for growth opportunities. One factor that hinders a more rapid growth to the country’s economy and infrastructure, is a burdensome tax system.

The Problem

Currently fewer than 4% of Bangladeshi citizens file taxes annually. This is obviously a problem for a country trying to become more structurally sound to welcome investments, both foreign and domestic. This problem is compounded by the way in which Bangladeshi’s are asked to file their taxes.

Tax forms must first be retrieved from a government office. Those forms are then typically taken to a tax preparer. One must sit with a tax preparer, answering pertinent questions until complete. Of course this is not free; upon completion there is a fee of approximately $100 U.S. dollars. In a country where the average personal income hovers around $1,500 U.S. dollars, this is a substantial cost. Upon payment, those forms must then be hand delivered to a government office by a deadline.

The Solution

This year the Bangladeshi Government made changes to their tax code and also concerted their effort to make sure that all corporations in the country are paying their taxes properly. All the more reason for NOCHALLENGE’s entrepreneurial spirit to take hold and offer both private citizens and corporations alike a solution to streamline the tax filing process.

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Our software, now in Beta and currently available at no cost to the user, will look very familiar to many westerners. Laid out in an easy to follow fashion, the user simply follows along, clicking easy to understand icons and answering direct questions, in either English or Bangla, about their living and employment situation. The progress towards completion is tracked at the top of the screen, and once complete the user has a form that they can then submit to the government without the time or financial commitment to a tax preparer. A process that once could take weeks to complete can now be done in less than an hour.

There are still hurdles to clear, and NOCHALLENGE Technology is working tirelessly to make our software available to the entire country. A social media campaign has resulted in over 3,000 new users within just a few weeks, and we continue to work with the Bangladeshi government to secure a partnership to electronically submit tax data in 2017.

We firmly believe that, “because we’ve always done it this way,” is almost never a good enough reason to keep doing something. Our technology solutions thrive when we are given an opportunity to examine a process, learn it in depth, and then create a custom solution than can revolutionize your practice.

We would love to start a conversation about how we can do just that for your business.

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How We Helped a Publicly Traded Manufacturing Company Solve Their Unique Problem

Deciding which software company is the best fit for your business needs can be an overwhelming process. It’s common place for a software company to pitch to you all of the things they feel that they do well: the platforms they have expertise in, their past successful projects, etc., but many times the missing piece is, what can the software do specifically for your company?

We pride ourselves at NOCHALLENGE Technology on centering our approach around that very question. When you set aside your valuable time to talk with someone from our business development team, we’re interested in learning about your specific process and pain-points, and then engaging in a dialog on how we can build a custom solution specifically for you.

The Problem

One such example of our emphasis on a client specific solution is our work for one of our flagship clients, a billion-dollar manufacturing company located in Minnesota. They are leading manufactures of actuators; small electric motors routinely used in larger machinery. With fourteen baseline products, and dozens of sub-products that work only in a specific configuration according to the baseline product, there were literally hundreds of combinations possible when putting together an order.


These products and sub-products, as well as all the possible combinations, were all being managed via several Excel spreadsheets. With over 500 vendors world-wide ordering from our client, putting together just one order could sometimes take days. In addition to the excruciating timeline of creating an order, there were also many other pain-points in managing that much data within a spreadsheet.

It may seem obvious, but at the very least you need a sales team which can operate Excel at an expert level, as well as train new employees on the existing process. Not something that most sales teams would consider a strength. Our client also had pricing mismatches frequently happening. The price of a part may have been changed but it often failed to get changed on the spreadsheet. Other times it was listed correctly in one place but not another, resulting in inconsistencies and potential revenue loss.

Another gap exisited in data storage. With each order being filled manually via data being pulled from Excel files, once an order was created (and remember, this could take days) and was completed, it was then essentially gone. If a different client wished to make the exact same order, the sales team and their admins would have to recreate the process from scratch.

The Solution

That’s where NOCHALLENGE Technology went to work. After listening to their process, observing the data documents, and gaining a full understanding of their vision for a solution, we implemented a shopping cart style, exception based custom web-based price configurator that automated this process and turned a week’s worth of work into a job that now takes only minutes.

Using simple drop down options and a shopping cart style CPQ (Configure, Price, Quote), it now takes “as little as a few seconds” to fill an order according to one administration manager with the company. More so, the client now also has a secure database of past orders, streamlining the process even further for the sales team. Their speed of business is no longer contingent on the user’s ability to operate Excel spreadsheets, and pricing updates are now easy to implement and consistent across the board. Our decision to develop a custom CPQ also saved our client several thousands of dollar in monthly per user licensing fees from off-the-shelve high priced CPQ’s. They have a customized software solution, which solves their specific problem with relatively low investment and no per user recurring licensing cost.

This is the outcome we seek with each and every client, and each and every custom software product we build at NOCHALLENGE.

We would love to have a conversation with you today about how we can help you simplify your process. Please fill out the form below and Ryan Lynn our business development manager will schedule a call to start a conversation.

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Your Software Idea: How to Make it a Reality

Zulfikar Ali, Founder and CEO Nochallenge Technology

Zulfikar Ali, Founder and CEO
Nochallenge Technology

So, you have a great software product idea which you think will be the next billion-dollar venture like a Facebook or Twitter. Ideation is a very good way to start out. All successful ventures start with an idea. Now, let’s work through a few steps regarding how to make your idea a real money maker.

Ask yourself, what problem are you trying to solve?

In my role as CEO and Chief Architect at NOCHALLENGE Technology, I have had the honor to talk to many entrepreneurs on a daily basis about their software ideas. Frequently they do not have an answer to “What problem are you trying to solve?” Ideas are only ideas if there is not an answer to a specific problem for your end-users. Having a clear definition of the problem which you are trying to solve will help you make the next-step decisions. Don’t worry about funding or becoming a billionaire at this point. Just focus on becoming the SME (subject matter expert) of your solution.

Who else might have a similar idea?

When you have a clear understanding of the problem you are trying to solve through a software product, you are ready to look around and see who else might have a similar idea. Ultimately there are two outcomes; either someone else is already solving this problem with a software solution, or you’re on the cutting edge.

If there is already someone else in the market-space you are trying to occupy you should ask yourself, “is my solution better and simpler than my future competitor(s)?” If not, continue to refine your resolution until it is better than your future competitors. If your answer does not provide a significantly better experience to the end-user, move on to solving another issue you may have encountered along the way. From my own experiences, your answer to the problem has a much better chance of succeeding if you have personally experienced the obstacle in your day-to-day life. A great example is Reed Hastings, the founder of Netflix, who was inspired to start Netflix because he paid absurd late fees after renting Apollo 13. End users currently working with an existing solution will only switch over to your software if it is significantly better than the current software product they are using. Switching over to another software is an expensive proposition.

As an example, we use QuickBooks for all of our accounting needs. There are other accounting software products out there which may do a slightly better job than QuickBooks, but we have been using the software for over six years now. Switching over to a brand new accounting software would be a large undertaking for us. We would have to transfer all of our existing data and notify our customers about the new invoicing system. Along with that, we would need to re-integrate all of our bank accounts to the new software which would take valuable time away from our current projects and clients.

If your research tells you that no one is solving the specific issue at hand, then you have to ask yourself, “why not”? Large tech firms have nearly indispensable amounts of R&D money and are usually willing to to take on the problem. So the question is, why has no one come up with a solution yet? Many times companies are too busy to serve their current clients and do not have time to focus on solving a new problem. If you have discovered that no one is working on solving the problem you have identified, you may have potential opportunity for your venture.

How large is the market?

Now that you have a clear problem statement, have done your research on your competitors and your research data shows that you have a viable software product, the next step is to research your market size. If you develop an app which solves problem “X” and your goal is to make a million dollars, the first thing you have to consider is that the average price of an application in the Apple app store is 19 cents. With that information given, you would need approximately 5.3 million downloads to make a million dollars. Does your app or software solve a problem that may be experienced by 5.3 million people? Your solution may solve for a large enterprise issue, but you need to know your market and potential revenue before engaging in the next step, which is finding a software vendor to develop your application or software.

How can I find the right team to develop my solution?

Once you know your problem statement as well as the solution, your competitors, and have an approximation of your market size, the next question is, “is this still a viable venture?” If your answer is yes, the next step is to find out who can build your application. At this stage I would strongly recommend building an MVP (Minimal Viable Product) with the least amount of investment possible. If you don’t know anyone with software development experience, you can start with a simple Google search: “custom software developers in {your city name}” There are a lot of custom software development companies in the world, but my advice would be to start the conversation with someone local. The reason reason being, in the initial stage it’s very important that the development firm understands your vision 100%. Face-to-face conversation is a critical component to the success of your project. and LinkedIN ProFinder are also very good resources to find local tech talent for your project.

Prepare a very detailed requirements document and if possible a concept wireframe to start the discussion with the development firm. If you do not have a clear requirements document or a wireframe, most development firms will engage in a time and material session where you pay by the hour. The hours can add up quickly and you could end up spending a significant amount of money before you even have your MVP. If you already have a detailed requirements document and a wireframe, the development firm should be able to provide you a fixed-bid project cost.

Once you gather several proposals, check their experience. Select the one which has experience in the industry you are trying to solve the problem within. Check references thoroughly; you will get a wide range of costs for your project. I suggest going with a middle of the road proposal as they probably have the experience you desire, but don’t have the large corporate overhead expenses you wish to avoid. Make sure that their proposal includes the following: the UX/UI design idea, the graphic design, product development, phases of testing and finally a project manager to manage your project on a day to day basis. In the software development industry, each role adds a distinct value to the project. After making sure that the firm has the proper experience and that the total project cost and the estimated project timeline match up with your expectations, you’re ready to select the vendor and move forward.

Where can I get money to fund my software venture?

So far you have defined your problem statement, you have a well defined solution to the problem, you have researched your competitors, and you know your market size. You have also selected a development firm to take on your project. Now you need to solve one of the most important parts of the venture, “where do I get the money?” The answer to this question varies from entrepreneur to entrepreneur.

A typical MVP engagement can cost between twenty and thirty thousand dollars. Most people don’t have that much money sitting around in the bank to fund a new software idea. If you have a full time job you can save, but you’ll need to figure out how long it will take to save specifically for your project. If it takes more than six months someone else may have already started working on a solution. I wouldn’t suggest borrowing from friends or family as it may create bitterness if your venture fails, and unfortunately 90% of startups fail at the end of the day.

Additionally, many banks may not lend you the money because you are in the conceptual stage of the project. If you own a home you could potentially take a loan out against it, but that is very risky. One viable option may be to offer equity to the development firm in exchange for their work. They might decline, as they have an idea if your venture will succeed or not. Also they will miss out on other revenue opportunities while they work on your equity based project. Unless you have a very clear and proven path to revenue, most development firms will not engage in an equity partnership.

So where can you get the money needed to fund the project? This is often times the largest challenge an entrepreneur will face. Solving the money problem and being able to fund your MVP will definitely earn you respect in the start-up community, and you will end up with a compelling story to tell potential investors. Investors always want to see how dedicated you are and how far you are willing to take your venture. Everyone understands that you alone cannot fund a million-dollar venture, but raising the first twenty thousand is a big achievement to start your project.

So can I do it?

Yes, you can. You may fail and you may succeed. If you fail, you’ll likely learn something about yourself and the market you tried to disrupt. If you succeed, you can retire early and travel the world.

With a passion for problem solving, data-backed research, and a smart yet aggressive mindset, you can build a successful software product. Many have already done so. There is no such thing as a good time or a bad time to begin your software start-up. Jump into it and navigate it the best you can. Know when to quit and move onto the next adventure. If you follow these steps, you too will be successful.

Zulfikar Ali, Founder and CEO
Nochallenge Technology LLC

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10 Things to Consider When Hiring a Custom Software and Web Development Company

The field of software development is over saturated, companies are popping up all over the place, and each one considers themselves an “expert”. But beneath the jazzy aesthetics of their web design and colorful sales pitch, how can you be sure this is they are the right fit for your business? Are they more for the image, or the results? Here are a few things to keep in mind when looking to hire a custom software development company.

1. Customization

Every company is different, so is the development team you’re looking to hire just going to place you into a structure and mold they already have set up, or are they going to do what works best for you? Make sure they are able to give you the product that you want. Do not lower your expectations or settle, remember, they are working for you.

 2. Trust

Where did you learn about the company, did you just Google the name or did you hear about them through a friends friend, make sure you know who you are dealing with. Make sure you have seen their projects and their resumes. Ask for references, if they have nothing to hide, they should have no problem handing a few names over.

3. Efficiency

Is the company comprised of a thousand employees and your project is set to the back burner? Or is your product a priority have you seen a timeline that has exact breakdowns of each step of the process. Weekly updates are standard, and you should have a contact person that you are easily able to reach. Time is money and the longer they take to drag out the project, the more expensive it’ll be.

4. Cost

How does your software development team financially compare to others? Are their prices right on point? Do your research, shop around. Most prices are negotiable so see who can give you the most for your money.

 5. Sales Driven

Is your website sales or aesthetics driven? Technically it should be both, but the real point and focus of a website is to achieve sales. The development company needs to understand your company’s vision and create an adequate plan to achieve it.

 6. Bang-for-your buck

Some development companies look to just build a site, and cash the check. But nowadays, there is so much more development teams need to be wary of, including SEO, paid search, and site traffic. Have you seen their plan as to how they will obtain those? It is crucial as an investment that they are equally as focused on the function of your site within the Internet.

7. The Future

After the project is complete do they cut you loose, or are they interested in installation, implementation and training? If you are unaware of how to work the product or there are consistent problems, what was the point of investing the money! You need to see your return, and the company should value their clients (and if they will recommend their name to others) to make sure follow up is integral.

8. The Process

Are they with you throughout the process, do they ask questions and seem interested? Are they dependable? Are they there when you need them? Do they answer your questions, are you happy with their answers? Make sure that you are communicative about any apprehension, most software development companies are handling multiple accounts at a time, and the majority are not trying to leave you in the dark, they are trying to balance.

9. Passion

When you discuss your project, are they excited? Do they share the same passion? Some development teams are only looking for a quick sale, those are the contracts with lots of earmarks and give you the gut feeling something is wrong.

10. Don’t Settle

Just because you hear one flashy sales pitch from a development team, don’t jump to the gun, shop around. Once you’ve heard a few more pitches you may hear something offered that you didn’t even think you’d need.

If you are looking for a team of expert custom software and web developers, please contact us today for a FREE consultation and quote.

5 Reasons To Use Open Source Software for Your Business

As advancements are made in open source software and development, many businesses are seeing the overwhelming benefit to using a custom program, rather than a proprietary system. Open source software is software whose source code is available for modification or enhancement by anyone. Along with being more cost efficient and secure, these products embrace rapid prototyping, transparency and development. For example, Jeffrey Hammond, a Forrester Research analyst specializing in application development and delivery says, “How can Netflix charge as little as $8 per month for its service? Because everything is built on open-source software. They focused on content , not building an operating system or a testing framework.”

With the right open source programming team, creating a custom program is simple, they just need to rewrite the source codes. Source codes are the part of the software that most computer users don’t ever see. It’s the code computer programmers can manipulate to change how a piece of software works. Programmers who have access to a computer program’s source code can improve that program by adding features to it or fixing parts that don’t always work correctly. Once completed, you have a custom software that works exactly how you want it to.

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Here are the five reasons why your business should consider open source systems over proprietary software.

1. It’s Cost Efficient

Between the cost of the software, licensing, virus protections and ongoing upgrade expenses, the cost of proprietary systems add up quick. Additionally, the software still contains flaws and limits your abilities. With an open source system, you can sideline these costs, all while getting a customized product that will ensure growth and productivity.

2. It Allows Flexibility

After you make the investment in the proprietary software that you feel best suits your business, you’re then locked into a system that is concrete, rigid, constantly needs upgrades and may contain unspecified bugs. Open source programs keep an open code so you can constantly go in, rewrite the code so as your business changes and adapts, so will your software system.

3. It’s More Secure

With proprietary software no one outside of the company knows how many bugs the program contains. Bugs in open source software tend to get fixed immediately. Versus a program like Microsoft, which typically takes weeks if not months to patch vulnerabilities.

4. Problems? No Problem.

With the popularity of open source software, there is plenty of support through forums, and live support chats. For businesses that want extra assurance, there are now paid support options on most open source packages at prices that still fall far below what most proprietary vendors will charge. Providers of commercial support for open source software tend to me more responsive since support is where their revenue is focused.

5. A Product You’re Proud Of

Open source allows you to tweak the software to suit your needs. With its open code, it’s simply a matter of modifying it to add the functionality you want. It puts you in a unique position. This customization allows you to develop the applications quickly, reliably and economically to grow with the expansion of your business.

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3 Reasons to Invest in Custom Software Development

Your business is unique. You do something for your customers much better than others do, and that’s why you’re in business. Whether you own a window cleaning company, work as a professional in education, or run a healthcare clinic, you are providing value to someone, and in return, you are getting paid. Your value proposition is presumably much different than that of your competitors. So to manage this unique value proposition, it may be time to consider an investment in software customized to fit your business, your customer’s needs, and even the industry in which you work. Let’s discuss why you should explore opportunities to invest in custom software.

1. Competitive Advantage 

Some business functions are fairly standard, such as accounting.  Our company uses for all our bookkeeping needs, and you probably use the same (or similar) software. But the non-standard business functions you perform likely provide your competitive advantage, so those non-standard functions require a non-standard approach.

For example, a client of ours manages the inventory (i.e. lamps and sofas) of many interior designers. Before they were our client, however, they were managing their customers, inventory, and work orders with a standard, off-the-shelf inventory software package which didn’t fit their business very well.  They soon realized they were adjusting their business model to fit the confines of their software, rather than letting the software actually support their specialized services.  By compromising to the one-size fits all software package, they were not fully realizing the competitive advantage they had to offer.

So they made a strategic decision to invest in a custom software project with us.  We studied their business model and provided a unique solution that set them up for rapid growth, reduced costs, streamlined operations, and a dramatically better customer experience. They have now filed an IP (Intellectual Property) patent for the software and in doing so, have greatly separated themselves from their competitors and increased their company’s value.

If you are looking to set yourself apart from the competition, look at the touch points where your software (or manual procedures) limits or hinders your business, and then look to a custom software solution to drive your business forward.  Custom software development is an investment, not an expense.

2. Respond to Change

The rapid growth of technology and telecommunications and tighter government regulations means our business environment is changing. Continuously. If your business isn’t keeping up with these changes, you are quickly at risk of falling behind.  Staying competitive means you must be prepared to change faster than your competitors.  Businesses who use an off-the-shelf software package to manage their business are then inherently tied to that software vendor’s release cycle (meaning vendors make updates based on their own timeline, not their clients’). Or, those businesses will have to pay exorbitant costs for a custom change to the software, which is often a lengthy and complicated experience.

However, businesses with their own custom software and an excellent relationship with their software development firm are able to respond to change quickly.  The development firm will know their current software and business intimately (meaning you won’t be starting from scratch explaining your business needs or your competitive advantage). They’ll work with you to create the next round of updates, schedule them imminently, and be ready to start the process again when the need arises.

Look for opportunities within your business where change is frequent and see how your software accommodates those dynamics. Then, look at how a custom software solution will put you back in control of your schedule, your changes, and your ability to remain swiftly competitive.

3. Additional Revenue Generation (problem solving turns into revenue)

Once you’ve invested in custom software and created a solution that performs something faster, cheaper, and with highest industry quality standards, it makes perfect sense to secure your IP (Intellectual Property) rights. You can make an industry impact—and augment your own revenue stream—by selling the software to your competitors through licensing fees.

Just imagine: everyone in the industry faced the same problem you did; but you invested in custom software to create a solution. Now you own the IP rights, so why not create a new market for yourself and profit from your custom software solution?  By investing in a custom software product, you’ve evolved your business, launched ahead of your competition, and created a new revenue stream.  In essence, you’ve turned your initial business problem into an exciting investment.

If you are interested in further discussing the opportunities that a custom software solution could present to your business, please call (952) 855-9393 or contact us.  Let’s explore the potential together.