Custom software development and ongoing support

We develop and support custom software ranging from small plugins to large business systems. We offer our 23+ years of experience and a reliable team of developers to work on your project.

A custom software is a system or application built with a specific set of requirements, usually addressing a business’ unique needs — as opposed to off-the-shelf software systems that serve a more general purpose and are designed to cater to a wider variety of business cases.

It can be as simple as plugins for CMS like WordPress or Umbraco, extensions for ecommerce platforms like Magento, or add-ons for desktop applications like Microsoft Office. It can also be customized systems for businesses from small to enterprise levels, complex ecommerce or booking systems, and web, mobile, or desktop applications.

Using ASP.NET, ASP.NET Core, or PHP frameworks (Laravel, CodeIgniter, or Phalcon)

  • Web applications
  • Windows applications
  • Mobile apps for iOS and Android
  • Custom plugins for WordPress, Magento, and Umbraco
  • Microsoft Office add-ons
  • Post-project support handled by the original development team
  • Takeover of existing systems for maintenance
  • Updates based on browser and operating system upgrades

Our QA team tests your project and ad hoc tasks before and after deployment to ensure quality. Learn more about our in-house testing setup:

If you have your own developer, we also offer standalone software testing, where we work as your extended software testing/QA department. We can also work with you on one or more standalone testing projects. Learn more about our web and software testing service

We offer the following review packages:

You can avail these as standalone packages, or mix them as you please, depending on what matters the most for your business. Read more about what each package includes.

We create software designs from scratch and support your digital strategy with our wide range of design services

We usually do the initial designs, then collaborate and refine them with you in real-time. Following each collaboration session, you get a prototype to try and share with colleagues and stakeholders.

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When do you need custom software development?

Custom software development is not usually the first choice for a new project, since most of the time, you can find an existing system that can already cover your requirements with little to no customizations needed. So when should you choose to develop custom software? Here are some factors you can consider.

Standard off-the-shelf systems are often built with only the common features that most businesses need, which is why more often than not, custom software is used for internal applications than client-facing systems.

If you need a more specific functionality and you can’t find an existing system that has it, then you need to have it custom-developed.

Custom software development is not only for standalone applications, but can also be for extensions or add-ons to off-the-shelf systems.

One example is add-ons to Microsoft Office applications such as Word, Excel, or PowerPoint—you most likely won’t need a full custom-developed word processor or spreadsheet, but you may require specific features that are not available out-of-the-box. In this case, you can develop an add-on to extend the standard functionalities of these systems.

Every new system has a learning curve. Developing a custom software for Custom software development is not only for standalone applications, but can also be for extensions or add-ons to off-the-shelf systems.

One example is add-ons to Microsoft Office applications such as Word, Excel, or PowerPoint—you most likely won’t need a full custom-developed word processor or spreadsheet, but you may require specific features that are not available out-of-the-box. In this case, you can develop an add-on to extend the standard functionalities of these systems.

your business enables you to adjust the system based exactly on your existing workflow and processes, lessening the time that your team members need to get familiar with the system.

Custom software development takes more time and therefore costs higher, which is why it’s always better to go with a ready-made system—if you can find one.

But you also have to be careful with purchasing a system and eventually making a lot of customizations down the road, as this could end up with you spending a lot more than if you had a custom software developed in the first place.