Do you have systems, that you wish would lighten up, open up a little and share what they know with your other key systems? Do you wish your accounting system would hook up with your inventory system, or maybe start chatting with your invoicing platform? Maybe they haven't before, just because they aren't speaking the same language.
In the fast-paced world of manufacturing, companies are constantly seeking innovative ways to stay competitive and meet the ever-evolving demands of the industry. Custom software solutions have emerged as a game-changer, offering tailor-made software to address the unique challenges faced by manufacturing companies. By leveraging the power of technology, these custom software applications provide numerous benefits, empowering manufacturers to streamline operations, enhance productivity, and achieve long-term success.
In its simplest form, an API, or Application Programming Interface, is a digital mechanism allowing third-party systems to communicate which normally wouldn't be possible. Whether that's pulling data directly from a third-party system into your own software or database, or uploading spreadsheets and manually inputting data, an API integration enables software communication.
Did you know that around 750 million people around the world use Microsoft Excel? It’s used within schools and throughout businesses to make spreadsheets convenient. When first starting your business, it’s a great tool that will ensure you stay on top of your finances. However as your business expands, you’ll realise it’s somewhat limited...
Could your business management software be stunting growth and harming efficiency? Chances are the answer is yes. Generic and repurposed software is hindering the potential of thousands of businesses in the UK. In these tough times, even the smallest improvement can be the difference between your enterprise thriving into the second half of the decade or becoming just another statistic of failed businesses.
Expanding your business is an exciting yet dangerous period in time. It’s a period in which you’ll grow to heights you never imagined, or your business will come tumbling down. So how can you reduce the risk of growth whilst enjoying the benefits? This is where software can help. Bespoke or customisable software can help you streamline your processes, reduce the impact of mistakes and ensure productivity remains high.
Did you know that when you use the internet you leave behind a digital footprint? This data is collated, stored and analysed by a number of organisations, from social media giants to app developers. The problem is that this footprint can put your privacy at risk, and could affect your security online. Hackers can use this information to steal valuable business or personal information.
As businesses scale and grow, they often require more than just off-the-shelf, one size fits all software. Bespoke software solutions can often offer much more efficient and effective solutions for individual businesses. That’s why when it comes to software development it’s absolutely crucial you have the right people in place. That being said, here are our top ten factors to consider when it comes to choosing the best software development company for your business.
Technology has revolutionised the way in which society functions. From the way we work, how we listen to music and even how we order our shopping. In the last decade alone, we have seen more changes to our lives than at any time in history. It feels like every year, new tech is changing the way we do things. Although this impacts the way we go about our personal lives, it has also made a significant impact on the software industry...
Systems make up most of our society. Without them, we wouldn’t be able to go about our daily lives. You wouldn’t be able to make your morning commute, your food wouldn’t be at the shop and you wouldn’t be getting same-day delivery any time soon. With the impact of technology, we have seen systems not only change the way we live our lives, but revolutionize industries altogether. Here are some of the ways in which they’re doing just that...