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Custom Software Project Requirements

Custom software project requirements are the foundation you build your database on.

Initial custom software project assessments are always complimentary. I want to give you the opportunity to be sure you are working with someone you trust and feel confident understands your unique situation and project. I also offer paid custom software project requirements consultations in which I dig deeper to understand the important details of your custom software project. A clear and concise set of project requirements are the solid foundation on which to build a robust and long lasting custom software application that doesn’t just grow smoothly and continuously with your business, but drives the growth of your business.

Why dig deeper with a custom software project requirements consultation?

Why are you making a change to your existing software situation, or why are you considering starting a new custom software development project? How are you currently achieving or not achieving your objectives? By understanding the whys and hows of your work, I strategically align the software architecture and user experience to function the way you do. Just as importantly, I anticipate ways in which your custom application can serve your business goals now and moving forward in a changing environment.  Your custom software tool is an extension of your organization’s efforts and the way you work. By digging deeper with a custom software project requirements consultation, workarounds are eliminated, clicks are saved, costly confusion and misunderstandings are spared. Legacy systems and practices are replaced with a modern system that is built from the ground out for and by you where fast, meaningful information is produced in real-time so that you and your people can achieve immediate goals and successfully and seamlessly grow your business.

You listened carefully to our needs and, even though you are not formally trained in biology or chemistry, you made insightful suggestions to modify our original vision for information storage, processing and retrieval.

Caroline

Ph.D., Institute of Chemistry and Cell Biology, Harvard Medical School

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